hey i didn't actually read the article because it was blocked at work, but i would say im more a combo of explorer/socializer than anything else. i like fighting people but only if it is all in good fun, I don't really enjoy it if I'm ruining the gaming experience for other people so I don't know how much i could classify myself as a killer. As far as "achiever" goes, in gemstone my character had the bare minimum of equipment and i preferred to use off the shelf stuff and i really enjoyed just kinda going on adventures more than any real goal. just thinking outloud, but the reason i enjoy these games is basically the same reason I enjoy watching sports. most of the time it is just "same old, same old" but occasionally there is an opportunity for something totally epic and amazing to happen, something completely unplanned where someone (in video games... hopefully me or a comrade!) rises to a challenge and totally dominates against the odds. maybe it's combat, maybe its finding something totally new and mysterious, but yeah, what i love is the unexpected magical moments. When I refer to "adventures" that's what i refer to, when a seemingly simple journey (irl, or elsewhere) takes an unpredictable turn. On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 9:39 PM, Ken and Karen McByrd-Bell < kenandkaren777@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > to be fair, bob puts in plenty of work, but he likes to get his alloted 40 > hours he he.