I don't think anyone said that.
Ok, just to be fair, maybe I misinterpreted. I don't believe I did, but it
Currently, I am playing a pc who would be mistaken for a F-me pc by
desc, but only due to a mutation that runs in her family; the females
of which happen to have been prostitutes. She also exhibits other
odd features to her mutation, but I won't get into that. She never has
sex and generally isn't interested in it, but I've already seen odd
reactions based solely on her appearance. And yes, I anticipated this
when I made her. Regardless of how several posters have tried to
rationalize it, we have Puritans rping with us in a world where they
Sexual politics is politics, and our Puritan players do not need to like
that for it to be true. I notice that most of the dislike for F-me pcs who
sleep their way to the top is overt. Like the pc can't stop themselves
from just blurting out things to a F-me pc who already proved herself
sly enough and potentially dangerous enough to rise to the top. And no,
I've never played a F-me pc. I just see quite a bit from my the pcs I've
played. I don't think most of this F-me pc rage is as ic as the players
advocating it would like to rationalize. I think there is a lot of ooc
contempting occurring here behind a flimsy veil of half-rp. But then,
I could be wrong. I doubt it though.
Politics, backstabbing, seduction, betrayal...all are part of Machiavellian
intrigue. Allanak and Tuluk may be low tech, but their cultures are as
advanced and involved as feudal Japan, imo. Many players just refuse
to embrace the complexity.