We all have our petty personal crusades to fight. Mine is the endless battle in defence of RPG Maker, accused by many of being a bad engine only used by lazy developers.
The word 'roleplaying' evokes images of sweaty kids sitting around a table, or of impossibly stylish Japanese boys on a quest to save the world. But the simple act of roleplaying - of people telling a story together - doesn't require colourful manuals or high-resolution graphics. It doesn't even require rules, nor the ceremonial presence of a Dungeon Master guiding the narration: it only takes two people willing to play pretend.