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I missed the WRT conversation about the beta, which is definitely worth checking out. Particularly interesting is the…
Can you explain this again,
She drove the conversation. I only had to respond, as myself but in ???character??? (an important note: that our own motivations as people must be able to be expressed through the in-game role we???ve been given).
What I mean is, it was easy for me to converse — to quickly respond to anything because I didn’t have to think about the attitude of my character in the game. If I had taken on a character that wasn’t in-line with how I naturally think then the dialogue would not run smoothly I think. Bot conversations are quick, and so we’re running on automatic (on how we naturally react) just as much as the bots!
I guess an example of a plyaer role not aligning with my natural self would be if I had to play the killer or kidnapper. I don’t have that sort of knowledge at hand. Also if I had to play the forum owner. Thinking about it now — what I’m saying is that the character of the player must by default have limited knowledge. In terms of motivations — my role must be one of wanting to help, to do things…otherwise I have to play a background character…]]>