Share Tweet +1 Submit Share Link First Previous Next Latest The Struggle is Real [ COMIC ] I think the hardest part of any RPG is finding the money it costs to actually buy one. source: Late Night Drawing Time Share Tweet +1 Submit Share Link You May Also Like Role-playing Game Logic – Locked Doors It Takes Longer to Identify What you Rolled in Real Life Breastplate Comments Kaye I’ll just safely assume the character creation started around noon and ended at 10 PM. No way someone would start around 8 AM and end at midnight. Right? Right?! Kal Am I the only one around here who plays a RPG for the story and don’t give a fuck about customization DoriSai Yes. Kaye Nope, especially if it’s a good game. Grecko No The Man in Black (Bill Silvia) Isn’t customization part of the story? Otherwise, you would just be watching a movie. Sky Render Given the high number of JRPG fans still out there, I’m guessing no. Then again, I’m the sort who doesn’t care about customization OR story and prefers to focus on the gameplay. Which might explain why I loathe Final Fantasy IX, yet seem to be one of the few who does… Kintrex Nope, because I’ve never played an RPG that allowed customization beyond naming the characters. Spiffy McGee I get this, quite badly. Winds me up on Elder Scrolls’ – Even while I’m changing the face for like an hour I know damn well that I’ll be playing in first person, and will wear a big F-off helmet anyway. thewood I usually just find the preset face that looks most like me, tweak the hair and eye color, and go with that. If I mess with the proportions too much, they just end up looking like weird mutant people.