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3-20-2011 @ 4:35PM
I like to make my characters a piece of myself to make it easier to roleplay into. My worgen warrior was once a paladin and locked in an asylum (due to fighting a demon and losing), the worgen curse cured him of his madness but he has no affinity with the light. I have a (soon to be treated case) of psychosis so i know intimately what its like to not have control over my mind, I use this character as a sort of way of looking on the bright side as although he lost some of what makes up who he is, he still keeps going and is actually a better person for it.All in all using emotion and linking yourself to your character can help people if you don't take it too far.
3-20-2011 @ 7:54PM
I do the same. I take a bit of myself - whether intentionally or not (usually not intentionally), some issue I'm working with - and work it out through putting it in my character and blowing it up.My undead rogue by this name is my instability. My undead warlock was my anger, is now my brutal honesty. My belf mage is my affection and love. My hunter's my isolation. My priest is my creativity. The only characters that ever stuck own the parts of me I gave them.I wish you luck with your treatment. Psychosis must be terrifying.
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