View Full Version : Playing characters of the opposite sex (women mostly)
01-18-03, 07:10 AM
Level 45 rogue and proud of it!
1 year to get to 45 (!)
Spending 25 levels with a horrible surname (!)
Spending 1 hr finding a grp and the rest of the session on a corpse run (!) Edited by: Pdrago shadowflight at: 1/18/03 9:10:52 am
01-18-03, 08:29 AM
I saw an article where a writer said women should have negative 2 str, because woman are weak! Nice article.
Interesting article. I have a few quibbles with it, but none large enough to mention.
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01-22-03, 08:27 AM
I guess I've been pretty lucky. I have had some fairly extreme stuff, both as a player and a GM, but I roleplay with a subset of a group of maybe 12 friends who I've RPed with (and generally hung around with) for a dozen years or so. When you know someone that well, you know exactly what they enjoy and what distresses them, and you can work in only the former.
02-04-03, 12:34 PM
I think first edition D&D (Not Advanced) was the one that said females were -2 Strength. Always thought that was stupid. But we made a house rule, If you wanted you could either skip the -2 str or take a +2 chrisma to balance it out.