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Started by Troels, August 27, 2007, 04:47:25 PM
QuoteThe character may die; he may retire for a quiet life; he may disappear over the hills or become something else entirely.
Quote from: Troels on August 28, 2007, 04:39:40 PMWell, yes, I thought it would be interesting to deal with the consequences, and Transcendence by definition makes that impossible. The logical way to go would be to make up some sort of key based on severing your human connections in pursuit of spiritual and magical perfection. But however I word it, the logical result seems to be severing connections with the other player characters, which in practice is only cool if we're closing in on some sort of endgame.
QuoteMaybe not severing, as such, but using other people as props for your quest for perfection? Or maybe renouncing your cultural norms in favour of the quest. Maybe combining a Key of Renunciation with the Key of Self (like keys of Affliction and Unrequited Love for a humanizing goblin)? Does that sound workable? Seeing as I've yet to actually play with Keys.
QuoteSide question: Do you intend to play a human striving to become an elf (or goblin)? Do you have players who voiced this idea?