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Anyway, two or three conversations not long ago got me to thinking about character death in RPGs.  The predominant one was a resurrected thread on the L5R forums about how GMs thought about killing characters.  As Alderac is incredibly strict when it comes to forum management, my response was killed and the thread locked since the thread was too old.

The gist of my response was how unfortunate it is that so many people think of death as the only threat to characters.  This ties in exactly to something Brad said at DunDraCon about how he always wants to feel like his characters are in mortal peril, that it’s unsatisfying not to have the feeling.

Of course, there’s a genre element to it all.  D&D (RuneQuest, et al) have always been about resurrecting characters, something I will comment more upon.  Comic books kill off their characters constantly, but they return at nearly the same rate.  Swashbuckling adventure not so inclined to demises.  And, so on.

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Anyway, two or three conversations not long ago got me to thinking about character death in RPGs.  The predominant one was a resurrected thread on the L5R forums about how GMs thought about killing characters.  As Alderac is incredibly strict when it comes to forum management, my response was killed and the thread locked since the thread was too old.

The gist of my response was how unfortunate it is that so many people think of death as the only threat to characters.  This ties in exactly to something Brad said at DunDraCon about how he always wants to feel like his characters are in mortal peril, that it’s unsatisfying not to have the feeling.

Of course, there’s a genre element to it all.  D&D (RuneQuest, et al) have always been about resurrecting characters, something I will comment more upon.  Comic books kill off their characters constantly, but they return at nearly the same rate.  Swashbuckling adventure not so inclined to demises.  And, so on.

SHERRILYN KENYON is a New York Times bestselling author and is a regular in the #1 spot. This extraordinary author continues to top every genre in which she writes. More than 60 million copies of her books are in print in more than one hundred countries. Her current series include Deadman's Cross, The Dark-Hunters, The League, and Chronicles of Nick. Her Chronicles of Nick and Dark Hunter series are soon to be major media productions.

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