(( thank you everyone for being patient with me. A burned hand and sleep dep makes it hard for me to type and concentrate. But my hand is mostly healed now, and I’m going to bed early (as in now) so I should be up to snuff by tomorrow.
Love you butts ))
You can always come play with me…
Well! I suppose he can’t be too mad at me, he’s off probably having… a grumpy romp I guess. [ shrugs ]
How shall I spoil my little darling today?
It’s Tirdas. Shouldn’t I be spoiling you?
That is an idea I may be more than willing to entertain.
Have you handled snakes before?
No! No, no. Something light, and nice. You’re too petite for Nordic getup. I’ve never much liked them, either.
What’s it going to be, then?
No! I loved that dress…
Let me help you.
And I want to see you in a dress.
All right. But it better not be Nordic. They’re all so boring looking.
Unless a person/their character, overpowered in your opinion or not, has done something to negatively effect your character in a way that is a violation of good etiquette, such as godmoding, while playing with you, there is no reason to harass them about their character choices via the inbox or through other means.
And if you have been interacting, your first resort should be candid discussion with that player. Not a barrage of accusing anons. That is not critique, constructive or otherwise. That is a bullying attempting to force another player to play the character they have chosen according to your terms.
If you don’t like how someone plays a character, don’t play with them.
If you don’t like how someone plays a canon character, don’t play with them and make your own.
I don’t care how Gary Stu/Mary Sue/overpowered you think the character is; you don’t have a right to tell other people how to play their characters, especially when they have not done anything wrong to you.
Nobody likes someone coming into their inbox and telling them their character is ‘wrong.’ No one appreciates this sort of conversation.It is unproductive and, honestly, if you can’t say it off of anon? Take a moment to examine just why you think that is.
Why do you think I always bring back a ball of yarn?
Because you’re learning to knit after all your shirts seem to disappear. Somehow.
Into the ether.
Shey finds volatile personalities incredibly attractive, especially if they manifest in violence. She does not, however, care to be yelled at. She finds having a voice raised at her aggravating and irritating in most cases.
To Shey, it’s basically warm, odd-tasting water. She knows it is also occasionally medicinal but, since she can’t really get sick, she doesn’t see much point to it.
She’ll drink it to be polite or to warm up, but it’s not her beverage of choice.