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- let's take the hobgoblin one as an example. It can be assumed …
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So you just assume all Hobgoblins are hostile? Wow. Triggered!
while some of the other things are technically true I disagree with your conclusion in the first paragraph. In some ways the world has to exist outside of the PC's or the world feels very artificial. Not every encounter has to a be level tailored to the party. It's not like once you reach 10th level, hobgoblins just disappear from the world.
Also while it's reasonable to thing that the hobgoblin was hostile or unfriendly initially it's also totally possible that it wasn't. It could have just been curious or had spied on the PC's earlier and developed a crush.
you make the game sound boring as hell
I doubt he plays like that. He's just discussing the official rules is all.
That's all very true. It's also possible to stretch the rules a bit for the sake of fun and still have an engaging story overall. One of the PCs in a campaign I DMed jumped in a fire in the middle of a fight as a result of a nat 1 on a knowledge roll, and that camaign is one we all still talk about as having had a fantastic story. It doesn't have to be serious all the time.
You can't blame them, I think most of the people who enjoy these stories never played a roleplaying game themselves. So all they know is 20 is good 1 is bad. Even if they played a session of DnD it's most likely because of those stories and they don't know the rules.
If the purpose is entertainment then what good are the rules if they get in the way of that? At some point it just starts to feel like a bunch of nerds who do math for fun finding excuses to force overly complex rules and math and learning on the rest of us less nerdy folk who just want to sit down and have a few laughs over a role playing game.
I mean, i understand that there need to be some rules but i think it's the responsibility of any good DM to figure out when the rules get in the way of the fun and on those occasions bend them if not just disregard them.
Sure I'm just pointing out why they wouldn't think of these rules. They exist to make the game balanced but ofcourse you can ignore it if you want. There are roleplaying games that don't use those rules at all and only using story telling.
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Just, simply don't hug someone unless you have a solid relationship and keep it to the minimum.
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