Table Top Role Playing is a strange beast. It is a game. It is something people do for fun. In a very real way it is just "pretendy fun time stories" and as such not something that you should get too worked up over in any negative way. And yet, at the same time it is almost 100% pure social interaction. The game itself may be pretendy fun time stories, but how it works is by friends sitting around a table, talking, and through their creations opening themselves up to each other. Because of this, especially when you are doing a game that is not clearly "the good guys fight the bad guys" it can be a good idea to bring up the Social Contract in a more deliberate and verbal way and discuss the game, and what it will be about, before you actually start playing.
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