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7-27-2010 @ 8:35AM
I'm not a roleplayer but my daughter is; she's a constant storyteller, whether online or in life. When we have play sessions together, I create a character and she tells me how we're related, what our history is, and how we're making our way through the world. I'm her sister, her mother, her daughter, her cousin, her student, her doctor, her employee, her grandfather. I'm also a dragon in disguise and I've been told I'm battling a strain of the worgen plague that will eventually turn me into a kitty.I don't have to roleplay; she does it for me. Which is great by me.
7-27-2010 @ 10:35AM
That sounds really nice. I used to tell stories to my mom too. Things along the lines of: "No, I didn't take the last cookie from the jar."
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