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10-13-2008 @ 11:31AM
I would probably study the scope of possibility and go from there. There's also the issue of how notable a deviation is- a Mary Sue with an improbable background is easy enough to overlook, but one claiming to be the undead High Elf Dragon Princess of Stormwind is laughable. However, limiting scope to say, the daughter of a minor noble who believes she should be treated like a princess actually makes the character fit. I'm fairly sure I've seen people roleplay the living forms of Dragons, I objected mostly because she was the daughter of Deathwing. I know its been said the roleplay is more about being minor players in a large story, about fitting your characters into a larger scope. I think I prefer the characters like Brann Bronzebeard for a roleplay model, ones that are very interesting but still mostly live on the sidelines.
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