"Things I Learned From This Game:
Some people are just too stupid to live."
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The character who puts life and limb at risk by doing things that no sane human being would do. Walking down the alley alone to tell his friend about a monster. Telling her best friend not to tell anybody, but she has a crush on somebody. Walking through the streets of Sunnydale. Splitting the party. Being curious. Searching the hero's room in such a manner that no one could miss that you did it. Telling everybody in earshot he has vital evidence that he'll be taking to the authorities very shortly. Visiting a known dangerous area. Not telling the rest of the heroes about the upcoming trap laid out for them. Provoking something that is 100 Times their size. He actually didn't realize that he pushed them both off the cliff. He also has a tendency of forgetting maps or bringing the wrong ones.
Even close friends have to do gestures to indicate that the person is clearly crazy upon hearing of his or her exploits. (Though it never penetrates their own heads.)
A Great example is the hero Jason of the Argo
Jason near the end of the quest for the Golden Fleece. So here he has Medea, the beautiful black sorceress and was the granddaughter of a sun god. Medea had fallen so madly in love with him thanks to Cupid's arrow, that she helps him steal her father's most prized possession and kills her own brother to make a diversion so Jason can escape. Jason was so awed by her devotion to him that he swore by the Twelve Gods of Olympus that he would stay with her forever. So everything's going pretty good for a while, and they have two children together. Then what does Jason do? He goes up to Medea and tells her that he's dumping her for some native woman, despite the fact that they have kids, he still owes her, and she has nowhere else to go. Naturally, Medea takes revenge by she still killed four people, two of whom were her own children and hurt her husband horribly, and in the end flies away in a magical chariot with no consequences for her actions other than her own guilt, while laughing in Jason's face.
Jason's patron goddess was Hera, goddess of marriage. Hera is both Queen of the Gods, and her personal duty as a goddess is to rule over the concept of stable marriage. It does not occur to Jason that dumping his devoted wife will offend his patron goddess, a goddess known to do terrible things to those she despises. Thanks to this action and oaths broken to the other Olympians Jason loses everything and spends the rest of his life as a wandering beggar dying when a piece of his old ship the Argo falls on him when he is sitting under it. Not to mention that It does not occur to Jason that dumping his devoted wife is thusly a direct insult to the heads of the pantheon, who would find a way to arrange a punishment.
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