Okay, this has been a subject that has made me curious what people's opinions are for it, because I notice this is becoming a more and more common thing among roleplays. Now, when I say RNG or coin flipping I mean these scenarios: -RNGing groups together based on a number system -Determining who wins and loses a fight based on a coin flip -Determining whether someone lives or dies based on random chance -Determining the outcome of a scenario based on random chance (whether it be RNG, coin flipping, dice rolls, or another method) -Determining how much damage an enemy does to the player -Determining how much damage the player does to the enemy There are many other ways these can be used, but these are the scenarios that tend to pop up the most. When you hear that RNG is being used, do you not care, or do you get really bothered but just stay silent about it. My opinion on the RP chance game changes depending on how it is used. I prefer if RNG is being used to be told about it beforehand, so I can know whether or not I will join an rp because of it. I do not mind, if for instance, your rp has a predetermined destiny that all players are aware of, and RNG is just picking who goes first, I don't mind that. What I do not like, is when RNG conflicts with other systems within the RP. Imagine something like so: You play a nobody in a kingdom hearts rp, and you have spent a lot of time levelling up your character to make sure they can fight in the final battle because you know you will last that long. But something happens in the RP and the creator takes a list of every character, gives them a number, and presses the randomize button. Your character's number was chosen, and no matter what the outcome is, your character will die. You can fight all you want but the result will still be the same, all because a computer picked your number. And now that my thoughts are out, what are yours?