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Submitted by -Mezzo- 545d ago | opinion piece

Every character deserves to be the protagonist of his or her life

Polygon - You've played the same role time and again. You're the hero in whose hands rests the fate of the entire world. All its inhabitants rely on your skills, but most exist solely to aid or witness your quest, never truly sharing your goal or working toward their own. Your character lives in a virtual vacuum of power, enjoying a level of agency and importance in that world above almost anyone else. (Culture)

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