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Offline LunarSageTopic starter

Re: Don't You Hate it When in an P&P RPG...
« Reply #150 on: January 05, 2013, 10:35:34 PM »
I don't like it when I invest a lot of Character Points/effort to make my character good at social skills, only for the GM to negate it by saying that I have to come up with a sublimely excellent argument to convince other NPCs to do something.  I don't need to know how to pick a lock to play a Thief, or how to swing a sword to play a warrior; PCs are often more talented at stuff than the players, why not allow PCs to be more charming as well?


I hate that.  If I was that freaking charming in real life, I would have better things to do with my time than pretending to be someone charming in a role-playing-game!  >.<