Hey how could you forget about George Lucas?GVDammerung said:Love. Sex. Romance.
Howard's work had it.
Leiber's work had it.
Moorcock's work had it.
Tolkien's work had it.
Wagner's work had it.
Dumas' work had it.
If you don't have _any_ love, sex or romance in your game, you are running prepubescent/self-abusing otaku D&D and need to get out of your parents basement more, ya smelly Fat Beard.
Seriously, I think maybe I have George Lucas syndrome. I think she was looking for me to play out a real love interest, but I have no idea how a woman expects a woman in love to act (as if I"m observant) , thus I imagined Leia or some other heroine.