Good VS. Bad characters.

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EmmaSheerin Resident

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Today a very interesting OOC conversation occurred over twitter, discussing what direction a player wanted for their character turning into the topic of "good characters" being ignored purposely since this -IS- a role-play sim which focuses on dark, violence and rape themes. The issue of the cliques has come up before in other forms, how people tend to have their role-play groups, and honestly I believe everyone has their go-to group but this causes me to wonder if it is the so called cliques or people wanting to focus just on the dark themes of CD lately. So that got me to start thinking... Where would CD be without the so called more 'innocent' or 'good' characters? What is the definition of a 'good' or a 'bad' character? Now, I know that there are tags that can define what role-play direction you have played your character into going into, Victim, Innocent, Deviant, Broken, Criminal, etc that can put a player and their character into a certain box. But, I've come believe the conclusion that no character is truly 'good' or 'evil, so here's where I ask the people on forms... Is there such a thing as a bad character? As a good character? As a good and bad character swirl?

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March 21, 2015 at 10:50 am
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