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post #11 of 37 Old 10-01-2013, 04:17 PM
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my 23 year old son enjoys role playing games. He is very shy in person, but enjoys healthy and vigorous interaction with others, both online and in person, for RPG's. Everyone knows it is fantasy. Nobody loses their perspective on this.
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post #12 of 37 Old 10-01-2013, 04:21 PM
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I feel there may be better forums more suited for role players than the horse forum

But I suppose if you are honest about it being all make believe then it shouldn't be an issue having it here I guess.

I used to love roleplaying, but have other hobbies now

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I feel there may be better forums more suited for role players than the horse forum

But I suppose if you are honest about it being all make believe then it shouldn't be an issue having it here I guess.

I used to love roleplaying, but have other hobbies now
I was already given permission to roleplay on the HorseForum by a moderator. This thread was more for discussion then actually roleplaying in this thread. Not to be confused, sorry.
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my 23 year old son enjoys role playing games. He is very shy in person, but enjoys healthy and vigorous interaction with others, both online and in person, for RPG's. Everyone knows it is fantasy. Nobody loses their perspective on this.
That's awesome. I am 23 years old as well :)
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I've been roleplaying for twelve years and have always loved it. It's a great way to escape your own life for a little while and enter into a whole new world and see through the eyes of someone else. The possibilities of who you can be and what you can do are limitless and you can act all of it out sitting at home and playing on your computer. It's like writing or reading books with a bit more variety, because you can never fully expect what the other person is going to have their character do in response to yours. I wish I did it more often these days.
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God, I will never forget this: I was at work and next door there was some store. Well, the customers and employees of said store all got together and would dress up as fairies and pirates etc and fight with fake swords and bows and arrows. Clients of ours called the cops, police showed up and thought all the props were real, I suppose. I laughed so hard I nearly peed myself.

....these were adults, ages ranging from 20-40.
Had to share this story as the thread brought back the memories- this happened more than once.
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I've been roleplaying for twelve years and have always loved it. It's a great way to escape your own life for a little while and enter into a whole new world and see through the eyes of someone else. The possibilities of who you can be and what you can do are limitless and you can act all of it out sitting at home and playing on your computer. It's like writing or reading books with a bit more variety, because you can never fully expect what the other person is going to have their character do in response to yours. I wish I did it more often these days.

I completely agree. I love that you can be whoever you want in these stories and have it where ever you want.

I love weird west, zombies, end of the world themes; mostly. But I am willing to roleplay anything and everything. I am quite adventurous when it comes to roleplaying :)
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God, I will never forget this: I was at work and next door there was some store. Well, the customers and employees of said store all got together and would dress up as fairies and pirates etc and fight with fake swords and bows and arrows. Clients of ours called the cops, police showed up and thought all the props were real, I suppose. I laughed so hard I nearly peed myself.

....these were adults, ages ranging from 20-40.
Had to share this story as the thread brought back the memories- this happened more than once.
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Hahaha that's great that they had the cops called on them. I could imagine them arriving and rolling their eyes at the people dressed up. I haven't done LARP, but I would love to try it someday. The problem would be to find friends or people in my area that enjoy it. I know we have a few Cons around here where it happens, but its always when I am working.
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I really enjoy roleplaying. Like Duffy had mentioned, it helps with creativity in English, without a doubt. Plus, it's so nice to bounce ideas off of other people.
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I really enjoy roleplaying. Like Duffy had mentioned, it helps with creativity in English, without a doubt. Plus, it's so nice to bounce ideas off of other people.
It's awesome that I am not the only member here that loves roleplaying. I expected to be one of a few nerds ;D
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