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1-09-2011 @ 5:51PM
Rule #1 of roleplaying memories:This is NOT Eternal Sunshine.I've seen a fair many people who claim to have their memories erased or something to that effect - it gets dangerously close to Sue territory at times. It's much better to have simple memories than complex ones that were removed.
1-09-2011 @ 6:14PM
Agreed. Time should affect your character. If you can't place your character in the timeline you've chosen, then you need to reconsider your character or the timeline. Not that I'm saying you have to be chained by the WoW timeline, but you should take into consideration that some people might look at you crossly if you say you were 4 when the Orcs invaded and you're 90.
1-09-2011 @ 10:11PM
I figure most in-game characters, particularly old ones, should just have a memory like my real life memory. I can't remember a lot of things than happened even a day or week ago, but I can remember almost anything if something reminds me of it. A really old character might not even remember things that are fairly important unless something they come across jogs their memory =).
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