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Problems Regarding a Mary-Sue type Player Character
In my game, one of the player's characters is a bit... too much. It's not easy to describe, but I think she's a somewhat more subtle example of the Mary Sue archetype: a character who is perfect, and ...
Feb 26 '13 at 14:50
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