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9-27-2009 @ 9:52PM
What about situations such as in Braveheart or such, William Wallace dies, good guys lose, but also won sense the Scotish won their independance, still if a protagonist always wins that leaves no suprise ending since you know how it will turn out, it can be fun if the villian wins a couple times, even if the same villian has to lose later. Sure it's hard or almost impossible to turn in game roleplaying into something like Braveheart story wise but however and sadly if you play a bad guy which i usually have the most fun playing since well your limitless on how to act, it is true they usually have the character that stands out the best at times, your most likely going to lose since most people cant take it to see us win.
9-27-2009 @ 10:19PM
In that entire sense, take the movie "seven". The bad guy dies, and wins because it was his plan. I don't role play, but that actually might be kinda fun, driving your RP friends to kill you.
9-28-2009 @ 8:00AM
Or indeed the newer Batman movie(The Dark Knight) where the Joker does get caught in the end and even though he wasn't right about what would happen on the boats the good guys don't really win at all.
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