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RPGs / Temptation
« on: February 01, 2010, 09:54:24 AM »
So, I'm starting up a new PbP game on rpol and just recieved my first "broken" character submission which was obviously made for exploiting numbers rather than character development. This is Min/Max at its finest with only one facet of the character developing and the rest simply left stock. I've already discussed the implications of his concept and why I don't feel the mechanics are compatible with each other (he's using technicalities to make it possible) but he has argued his point and will not submit a different character concept. Part of me just wants to deny him access to the game... however, I'm tempted to simply let him in the game for the purpose of showing him the error of his ways (he wants to bring in a VERY physically capable character so I throw mages at him that attack his will). But there's a part of me that says not to be such a jerk about it and  deny him access and just leave it at that.

So, my question is this:

1.) Be a jerk and bring him in only to destroy his character with prejudice?
    (the downside to this is that it will waste the time of the other players)

2.) Ignore him?
    (the downside to this is that it is not nearly as satisfying)

3.) Let him in and raise the bar for the challenges and encounters they all will have to face? (explaining to everyone else that it was out of necessity to challenge this nearly invincible character)
    (the downside of this is that other PC's will likely die - they will either get mad at him or me - 50/50 chance at that one)


General Chaos / Randomly addicting game...
« on: December 20, 2009, 11:34:56 PM »
If you ever have a few moments to kill... this is an amusing way to do it.

My best so far was 10889.74m but I got really lucky on that one...

General Chaos / IM2
« on: December 20, 2009, 01:54:10 PM »

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