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9-14-2009 @ 5:09AM
Well, playing multiple characters at the same time is a lot easier in more pure roleplaying environments, like MUDs or specially designed chat rooms. They tend to have lower resource requirements, and have the added bonus that you don't have to keep each character moving to make it seem like they are played separately.On a web-based roleplaying chat, at one point, I had something like eight different characters on simultaneously, including interacting with each other, and nobody figured out everyone I was playing. A skilled or dedicated roleplayer usually does quite well in that regard, up until they put a bit of conversation in the wrong character's mouth. It's always amusing when that happens.
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