please understand the difference.
This is actually what I consider to be one of the main issues with this medium (real-play gaming podcasts). I’ve interacted with fans who will say things like “Yeah, then Torq did X and Orem had a big laugh” Where it’s pretty clear to me that it was Stephen laughing out of character.
Because, by its very nature, the medium prevents you from being in character all the time it is sometimes difficult for the audience to figure out what was in-character and what wasn’t. I think there are certain verbal cues that we pick up on around the table, but they are too subtle for our audience to catch. This is most likely because we (the players) know each other personally and can usually see each other, which the audience doesn’t and can’t. This medium is not old enough to have developed clear proprietary indicators like a laugh track or a sad trombone. We’re making this stuff up as we go.
once a slayer, always a slayer
So it’s 3AM and It’s just occurred to me that the most telling scene in the entire Harry Potter franchise is the scene following the announcement of the participants of the Triwizard tournament.
When Harry’s name is pulled out of the cup, literally one of the first things he…
Best of Season 2 of Orphan Black
You had one job.
Natalie as Cressida in the new ‘Mockingjay: Part 1’ trailer [x]
oh sweet baby jesus look at you
We’re slayers, girlfriend, the Chosen Two.
Do any of you guys ever get this feeling in your stomach and you aren’t sure whether it means you’re hungry or sad?