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Name: Liz (F)
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10-02-2012, 04:06 PM
I've always been more of a female character and it taking the risk of playing males, I have to have a really good reason. Most of the time, it's a good writing partner playing the female paired with my character (either in a couple or siblings form). Four of them I still remember well, two of which are my favorites. One of them I still occasionally play and while his intent originally was to play a sibling to one of my old characters, he ended up getting his own story and branching out. Quite proud of that one.

Usually, if I even venture into playing a character, I first think about what I want in the opposite gender then discuss with the person I'll be starting the character with (parent, sibling, partner) and then get into it.

But even with all that, I prefer my female characters. They're easiest for me to get to and their development goes a lot more easier and writing them tends to just come out of me as long as I have even the slightest inspiration to write.

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