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Started by M. J. Young, December 10, 2002, 02:19:02 AM
Quote from: Emily Care"Do" use both pronouns in examples of play when refering to players, gms and all game participants. (This one makes a difference for me when I read a game, at least.)
Quote from: contracycleI just wanted to mention that I was intrigued to see the alternative definition thread had three different default pronouns in use; male-only, female-nly and plural.
Quote from: Le JoueurDoes that make you eyes 'trip' as though there are typographical errors?
QuoteAt this point the gamemaster should make sure they aren't stepping on anyone's Mystiques. The importance of validating a Persona's Mystiques cannot be overrated. If it loses its Mystiques, why would a player want to play their Persona?
QuoteAt this point the gamemaster should make sure not to step on anyone's Mystiques. The importance of validating a Persona's Mystiques cannot be overrated. Players rarely like playing a persona without Mystiques.
Quote from: Le JoueurSince about the time Vampire: the Masquerade came out, I've struggled to reach the gender neutral pronoun in English: the plural.
Quote from: Mike HolmesSome people are put off by the "they" technique, especially when the anteceedent is patently singular. But there are ways around that if you aren't lazy.
Quote from: Mike HolmesEssentially, there is never a reason to include a pronoun if you don't want to. So don't. Just rewrite the sentence without them. This is, to my knowledge, the best writing solution of all.
QuoteWhen the GM makes decisions, he should make them consistently.
QuoteWhen the GM is makes decisions, the Game Master should make them consistently.
QuoteWhen GM's make decisions, they should make them consistently.
QuoteThe GM should ensure that all decisions are consistent.
QuoteBob Originates a Complication.
QuoteBob calls for a Complication.
QuoteAs the Originator of the Complication, Bob...