The characters we form are but a mask of our own design. Regardless the outlandish lie that may come from this the core of the character is based on our own personalities and experiences. Over time, however, this mask grows thin, revealing more of our true selves. This is but a philosophy I live by, both a tool and a weapon. As we try out different characters we may find inspiration based on how that character reacts toward others. An action, a comment, something that causes us to plan that characters future beyond our original design and thus look at our own lives in a new light in some degree of deep thought. Something I've realised is that I am a villain. Not a thug or a murderer, but one who wishes to bring out the best in others around him by giving chance for a hero to rise. To lie, to acknowledge the lies of others in an attempt to expedite the process of thinning the mask. That is who I am. Whilest RPing have you been inspired to go beyond your singular plan? Has this impacted who you are beyond the screen? When your mask thins who is it others see below the veil?