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Posted May 4, '13 at 10:29pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,087 posts

i like to build some background story when i build a char

or at least some characteristics that the person i'm going to play possesses.

 

Posted May 5, '13 at 7:50am

partydevil

partydevil

5,087 posts

i like to add i more thing, sorry for the triple post.

also it's fun to change some obvious things. like for example the friendly thief:
one would normally make a khajiit or wood elf for their skills. but it's also fun to just make a kleptomanic high elve. he would then be very high of themselves because.. well hey, there is even high in the name of my race. (at this point already thinking like him =P) and he will do everything to keep his name for the good of the people but mostly himselve. because he is kleptomanic, he feels deep inside that he is wrong and just leaves everyone behind whit just a penny. he is constant bringing people stuff he stole back to people he once has stole from. NOT to his rightfull owners of course but he switches all their stuff. he can't imagion what will happen if his, his name will be in the same sentence as stealing? oh no, he has to much proud for that.

and thats basically how i make a character for those kinda games.
now i have to go and instal oblivion again, to make and probably play him.

 

Posted May 5, '13 at 8:40am

d_dude

d_dude

1,755 posts

to just make a kleptomanic

All of my characters are like that. Half of the books in Skyrim are sitting in my house. I have around 800 iron arrows, but I keep stealing them from guards. Because I want more. I don't even use bows.

 

Posted May 6, '13 at 8:30am

partydevil

partydevil

5,087 posts

All of my characters are like that. Half of the books in Skyrim are sitting in my house. I have around 800 iron arrows, but I keep stealing them from guards. Because I want more. I don't even use bows.

i mend real kleptomanic, in it's worst form.
he will clean out entire rooms whit people still in there, eventually.
and dumb allot of items in houses i return to for some reason.
and picking it up on my 3rd return. etc. etc.

why? because that is what this character would do.
but i guess that he will try to avoid going into houses after some time. to try to stop his. "strange behavior" (when i get tired of doing it.)

 

Posted May 12, '13 at 4:04pm

steege

steege

10 posts

i see no problem with it.

 

Posted May 13, '13 at 10:22pm

Outcast_Gamer117

Outcast_Gamer117

22 posts

I don't mind playing as a female character at all as well especially if it's online, you can get free stuff.

 

Posted Jun 8, '13 at 11:47am

HappySunFlow

HappySunFlow

26 posts

As a girl, I usually play with a female avatar in a game (obviously), especially in mmo's, but in single-player games where you can choose between either gender, I sometimes choose male characters.
For me, the character that I control in a game rarely reflects who I am personally, but is rather a character that I've created and am role-playing, so to speak. So it doesn't really matter whether it's a male or female or whatever character, because it's not supposed to be a mirror of your own self.
Especially in games where the choice between male and female main character has an impact on the story, such as in KotOR 2, or provides with a different set of skills, such as in countless RPGs, I tend to play first as a woman, then as a man.
Besides, I love having my character strip to his waist and punch everybody and everything with his bare fists. And you don't get quite the same effect if a female character is doing it...

 

Posted Jun 15, '13 at 1:25am

T_Slice

T_Slice

40 posts

I dont feel like a ****** when i play as woman espacially in fallout. I guess im a sexist

 

Posted Jun 15, '13 at 1:26am

T_Slice

T_Slice

40 posts

thats supposed to say Bad ***

 

Posted Jun 15, '13 at 1:30am

DidactUnbound

DidactUnbound

363 posts

I admit, I have done so before, but only in Monster Hunter and Mass Effect 3. But I think everyone has a profile for each gender in RPG's, but I could be wrong.

 
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