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1-14-2012 @ 9:12AM
This is a great breakfast topic!!I have to say that it feels like the answer is a little of both. I see my characters from a third person point of view, because I look at RPGs more from a story perspective than other games. But the nice thing about a game like WoW is that the characters are very open.. lots of room to put yourself in. Many successful writers swear by this- they say that they purposely leave main characters a little wiggle room for the reader to subconsciously put themselves into that character. This makes the story more personal, more enjoyable, for a lot of people.I think, in the end, it all gets tangled up for many of us. It's just too deep for us to notice most of the time. I want to get into a serious philosophical discussion about the nature of fiction from here.. but it's too early in the morning right now.
1-14-2012 @ 9:32AM
Agreed on the breakfast topic. Olivia is quickly becoming one of my favorites to read ;)
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