I whole heartedly agree that in real life there are differences in the way men and women think, but in most in not all tabletop games i would argue that there is generally no difference between playing a male and female character, yes you could argue that their "thinking" is different but in the end like you said:> You will always be a caricature when playing the opposite gender because you don't actually know what it's like to be the other gender.
also pro tip i was simply stating that theres no reason for you to pick a gender cause it hardly effects the outcome of your character. you can identify as an apache helicopter and it wouldnt change that fact that you have a 18 str and can crush people with your thighs alone.>>48707402
and i hope you enjoyed it the second time, i love the people in my playgroup, i hate the role players>>48703939
to be fair, that was the dms "get back into it" session cause he was out of roleplaying for awhile, other then that hes a solid dude, as for C and K, K is alright he doesnt do anything bad anymore besides listen to common sense, i got a few stories on him
and C is a cunt, love the dude, we go back 10-15 years now, hes the dude in the group that you hate but love at the same time you know?>>48707862>>48708172
unrealistic might've been the wrong term to use, but in a roleplaying sense i feel that if you specify that this is your height and weight, and your underweight, it might not make as much sense if your supposed to be a beefy up front melee character. if that makes sense, i feel like i might've been rambling abit