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1-05-2009 @ 11:46AM
Yep, you can play a snobby character if you like. I think the key to it is trying to be snobby in such a way that it's clear you're only acting. You can kind of repel people and attract them at the same time by specifically choosing your moments of naughtiness to inflict the least amount of actual discomfort and unpleasentness as possible. You know how it is -- you can get a sense if the people around you are willing to tolerate a bit of uncouth behavior and play along with it. If you catch people out of the blue with snootiness, they may not know what to make of you and just write you off onto their ignore list. As Amelyra said, you just have to be clear in one way or another, that the rudeness is in-character only.
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