You ever have a Roleplayer moment like: Getting really excited about a roleplay and not being able to express your excitement to the non-roleplayers in your real life When you're bored and all you do is develop your characters and brainstorm plot ideas When you take on more roleplays than you can probably properly handle but the plots are so good you can't just leave them! When you have so many twists saved for a story and it dies before you can use some of them and you feel a deep sense of loss. Or in a more broad sense, anyone else have times like: Wow, I just spent a half an hour designing this character's apartment, and the story's never even going to see most of these rooms, let alone the arrangement of furniture in them. I wish my players/readers could tell how much research I did to figure out what a beer would cost at this time and in this currency. IT IS VITALLY IMPORTANT THAT YOU UNDERSTAND THE COUNTRY'S ECONOMY AND THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TEXTILE TRADE TO GET A SENSE OF HOW INFLUENTIAL MY CHARACTER'S PARENTS ARE. (I call those worldbuilder moments!) They're moments where you realise how invested you've become, or how much time and effort you've spent on the setting, that other writers would probably have skimmed over or not found as worthwhile an effort. Share yours here!