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1-14-2012 @ 12:31PM
I'm sort of like this too. My druid is always ME, whether I'm role-playing or not. My male paladin is almost always "him." I don't think I'm more separated from him and when I'm actually RPing, it's a very personal thing. But when I talk to other people about him out of character, I feel like there needs to be something there so people don't think I think I'm a male or something. It's weird, I know. I will also yell at my male paladin as if he's a different person sometimes. "C'mon! The guy is RIGHT THERE! Why didn't you hit him!?"
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