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The Acting Style

The gambit of Role Playing styles run from acting out as much as you can, to acting as little as you as possible.

In the Acting Style the players truly act out the Character as best as he/she can.  Many of the tricks of the theater can be used here.  But no matter the skill of the player, if the group enjoys this style it can be fun.

At the extreme end of this style are the L.A.R.P.'s (Live Action Role Playing) in which the players dress-up and act out all of the scenes in an adventure in an amateur theater of sorts.


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