My my my, we just loooove to hear ourselves don't we?
Hey man, I'm just glad the Kievan bot has gotten out safe and is all set up and back to work in Warsaw now!
Oops, I will go back and fix that.Aren't those two videos identical?
Yup. I was there on Friday with two of my kids, and have been going there since it was in Marda Loop. I also think I may have been in the original, before Gord bought it, if that was on the lower level of Southcentre Mall.Your local game store is Sentry Box?
My daughter, who can sometimes be a very risk-adverse/passive player, leaned hard into this and it was hilarious*.Schizoid: This rather mild insanity form manifests its effects in a
personality loss. The afflicted has no personality of his or her own, so he
or she will select a role model and make every attempt possible to become
like that character. Selection will be based upon as different a person as is
possible with regard to the insane character. Thus an insane magic-user
will begin to follow the habits of a fighter, for example, dressing and
speaking like that character and seeking to be like him or her in all ways.
I would have to assume the latter: not knowing or caring much about real-world usage, only looking for a game term. Note that real-life phylacteries are also unrelated to persisting beyond death, and real-world Christianity does not distinguish "devils" from "demons" (they are synonymous).It's bizarre to me because that's not remotely what being schizoid means. Is this a matter of scientific definitions changing over time, or did the author just not know much about psychology?
Yeah, the insanity table (and pretty much everything else) was based on the popular understanding of various ailments, which were almost universally wrong. Finding correct answers was much more difficult before the internet (as was finding wildly loony conspiratorial answers).It's bizarre to me because that's not remotely what being schizoid means. Is this a matter of scientific definitions changing over time, or did the author just not know much about psychology?
I was diagnosed with schizoid personality disorder at the age of 21, incidentally. Dungeons & Dragons became hugely therapeutic in that regard.