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Started by David C, August 09, 2009, 02:10:15 AM
Quote from: David C on August 12, 2009, 01:13:12 AMI'm now thinking that my problem isn't so much the game, but the group. Instead of trying to make the game make them enjoy being a group, I think I need to make the group enjoy being a group. I think maybe if I can get people to talk to each other positively, we can fix things.1) Adam needs to stop teasing Eric incessantly. Even though it's teasing, Eric is taking it personally, I feel.2) Eric needs to realize that he needs to earn respect, not take it. He wants this group to be like his "old buddies" where I think he was the leader. Also, maybe address the issue of him trying to be a one man army.3) Karl will fall into line if Adam falls into line.
QuoteYou know, I don't think you can really have any narr play in a world where you are able to kill anything. I mean, if the king doesn't like you hitting on his daughter, kill him! If the kingdom gets angry, kill them! Etc. Etc.
QuoteHe can come off as dickish at times, but I think he genuinely is there to play. After all, he spends hours every week making his own D&D campaigns (and sometimes we let him run them *shudders*) but that's a different story.
QuoteI think it excites him to break the status quo? Either that, or he's testing his boundaries. (Sometimes, I wonder if he tests me to see if I'm just "bluffing" the danger.)
QuoteEric wants very badly to be the super hero with his spunky side kicks along for the ride. But even more than that, he wants to be the leader of the group. He wants people to ask him how they should plan a battle. He wants them to listen to what he wants to happen.
Quote2) Eric needs to realize that he needs to earn respect, not take it. He wants this group to be like his "old buddies" where I think he was the leader. Also, maybe address the issue of him trying to be a one man army.