The best groups I've played in are where people are the most selfless.
Not towards the world, or in terms of alignment, but in terms of others'
fun. Good groups are where players and DM try to maximize their own
fun while trying to minimize taking away from other party members fun.
The best groups try to maximize everyone's fun first, and are usually
rewarded in turn by others doing the same for them, and therefore never
have to worry about their own fun.
"Joe the Lawyer is a known shit-stirrer. He stirred the shit. He got banned. Asking what he did to stir the shit introduces unnecessary complication to the scenario, therefore he was banned for stirring the shit."
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Once the du...