Gregory Pettigrew (etherial) wrote,
Gregory Pettigrew

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Not what it used to be

I'm growing tired of Alex's game.

No, I am tired of it. The silliness of the plot, especially what is happening specifically to (and because of) my character has gone beyond ludicrous. I just don't care anymore what happens to Katrina or the party, and that bothers me.

We were just hired to slaughter a tribe of 40 (including women and children) that had been harassing the local population. And while I knew that the rest of the party members would find a way around slaughtering innocents, I didn't care. I would have had as much an emotional reaction if we had just set them all on fire and watched them die. I just don't care anymore.

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