jack1974 wrote:The question is, when there's romance, do you pursue men or women? I play as female characters in most RPG and romance women
jack1974 wrote:Sorry but I don't understand? You don't fall under the category: "male player: playing as female + female" ?
If you meant that you don't necessarily expect romance, OK, but this poll is specifically about it
jack1974 wrote:Heh I am the same, though I prefer romance if possible. The question is, when there's romance, do you pursue men or women? I play as female characters in most RPG and romance women
Ah OK. Well same for me, I always play female when I can. Mostly because in 3d games I can just look at "myself" and look at a cute/cool woman
Troyen wrote:fabulaparva wrote:Looking at the results of this poll so far--- Does it strike interesting to anyone else in addition to moi, that the heterosexual romance playing as the opposite gender is the least favourite for both female and male players?
EDIT: Typing this as a player who plays all the above options as long and the story/characters are intriguing enough.
Troyen wrote:I can only speak for myself (as a M that plays M or F characters about equally), but I am far more picky about the hetero romance partner when playing as the opposite gender. I've done it sometimes, but it requires a really appealing character, whereas I'm more willing to experiment with the M+F or F+F options. I think the last F+M I romanced in a Winter Wolves game was Tom in Planet Stronghold. (That's not to say there aren't appealing M characters in later WW games, just the ones I've liked have typically been M+M only. Looking at you Draco and Riley. )
Also, you guys might be over-interpreting the impact of jack's post. I didn't even know he had descriptions for the options until after I voted, and I wonder how many other people did the same.
P_Tigras wrote:This was posted 6 months ago, and I'm chiming in late here, but it's interesting to note that the traditional hetero options have moved up in the polls and MF is now firmly in first place for male players. Both sexes seem to have a great deal of interest in FF however, for male players it's #2 while for female players it's #1. lol.
P_Tigras wrote:I have nothing against any of the other nontraditional relationship types presented in the poll, and I consider diversity a good thing overall, but it is highly unlikely that I will play them. I'm wired the way I'm wired and I have no motivation to try anything that doesn't align with my wiring.
P_Tigras wrote:Both sexes seem to have a great deal of interest in FF however, for male players it's #2 while for female players it's #1. lol.
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