This. This is what I really like, and keep telling myself I need to do. I do it better when I am doing it play by post on a forum or Discord, but less so at a table or over voice. Don't wait on the rogue. Don't wait on the face. Though when I do play a rogue, I do like to "shine" and "do my job." It's tough! I think it comes easier to them because they are actors first and gamers second.On a side note, the players at Mercer's table do not play into the mechanics, which makes the storyline seem more natural. For example, one clip I was watching had the characters interacting with a hallway. Not one player said, "Oh, I'm going to wait for the rogue to come over and try the door." No. Whoever was in front of the door simply interacted with the door. They looked for a trap, then tried to open it.