[Star Crossed Actual Play] Intimacy is Terrifying

This week You Don't Meet In An Inn has a story about two very different people who feel an inexorable romantic pull to one another.

Today we are playing Alex Roberts' Star Crossed!

Ayla and Deicine have repeatedly run into each other despite leading very different lives. Fate keeps bringing them together but is it so they can be happy, or will it bring them despair and ruination?

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Comments

  • I'd like to hear more about why "intimacy is terrifying"!

    Is there some discussion to be had on this topic, without delving into listening to the whole podcast/session?

    Why did you choose this title for your post?
  • Even if it's just acting, improvising the development of a sincere relationship for an audience is surprisingly intimate and frightening. You can see this through the nervous laughter and stupid jokes scattered throughout the episode.
    There's also the anxiety of playing jenga.
  • This week You Don't Meet In An Inn has a story about two very different people who feel an inexorable romantic pull to one another.

    CONTENT WARNING: Abuse, Gaslighting.
    A young man is entreated to live his best life by an unfamiliar voice in his mind. As time passes it becomes clear that the voice is not normal, but appears to only want the best for him. Will he give into it? Would that be so wrong?

    You can find links to the show and our contact info in the OP.
  • That sounds pretty fascinating!
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