This one is mainly for the players of RPGs (role-playing games). On the other hand, even those who have not indulged in such activities might formulate a valid explanation for my observation, so why shouldn't they give this a view? It's only two minutes long, and even though I'll grant that it is unlikely to change their lives momentously and for the better, it is also very unlikely to ruin their lives and leave them to limp towards their eventual death in a world of bleakness and despair.
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