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''Before play, making characters for a gritty low-tech fantasy game.'' Me: You're playing what? You: A floating square! Me: That's quirky and cool.
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''Before play, making characters for a gritty low-tech fantasy game.'' Me: You're playing what? You: A floating square! Me: Ummm, OK. I guess that's quirky and cool.
  
 
''During play, in some crisis situation.'' Me: What do you do? You: I turn around and around and around. Me: Again?
 
''During play, in some crisis situation.'' Me: What do you do? You: I turn around and around and around. Me: Again?

Revision as of 13:39, 5 May 2012

Before play, making characters for a gritty low-tech fantasy game. Me: You're playing what? You: A floating square! Me: Ummm, OK. I guess that's quirky and cool.

During play, in some crisis situation. Me: What do you do? You: I turn around and around and around. Me: Again?

Jargon

A character which cannot engage in relevant interaction with other characters and lacks identification-value for participants; possibly a freaky version of Turtling, potentially a source of Dysfunction. Term introduced by David Kwill and the CLAWS society.

Relevant threads

Suspension of reality and playing odd characters.