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Re: Dungeons & Dragons
« Reply #60 on: April 25, 2007, 02:36:27 pm »
A lot of things feel akward and weird at first. Many of these things are, once you learn to overcome your awkwardness, really fun.

I'm not just talking about RPG mechanics, here. That's a truth for a whole lot of aspects of life.

When it comes to roleplaying, the best advice I can give is to let go and ignore the awkwardness. Believe me, I've come into situations that have felt awkward while gaming, but those times when I ignored it and went with the flow, went with how I imagined my character would react, it has generally meant a better gaming experience. Can't remember an occasion where it destroyed the experience.
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Re: Dungeons & Dragons
« Reply #61 on: April 25, 2007, 03:01:36 pm »
"As my enemy gallops towards me on horseback, i cannot help but pass wind quite loudly" :P