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Thursday, July 30, 2009

just curious...

would you have a harder time playing a game where the DM rolled all of the dice for your character, or one in which you did not have access to your character's stat scores and game mechanic information?

EDIT: Let me clarify. Sorry. Hasty initial post.
1. You can look at your character sheet, but the DM rolls dice as required to resolve your character's actions and such (to-hits, saving rolls, etc) OR
2. You never see your character sheet, but roll for your own character's actions.

4 comments:

Timeshadows said...

Sorry: neither bother me much.
--I've played in a diceless, bid-less game where I designed my 'character' insomuch as I described the personality, relations, etc.

If one trusts the GM, I think anything goes.

trollsmyth said...

I agree with Timeshadow. It's not unusual for my games to go entire sessions without anyone rolling a die in anger. Or for any other reason. So long as you give me a fairly free hand to craft my character's personality as I think best fits the situation, I'm cool.

Zak S. said...

I'd like to know what my stats are. I like playing tactically.

Andreas Davour said...

I wouldn't refuse, but it would take a lot of fun out of the game for me.