So I’m in a game right now and I’m having trouble deciding how I should proceed. I’m not saying the other player is the problem by the way, I acknowledge that it seems to be only bothering me. Anyways I’m getting ahead of my self.
The Player is currently roleplaying a serial killer/mass murderer (yes both, not only has he killed people over a long period of time he also recently killed 17 while we were away for an adventure) So the character not only doesn’t work with party he is actively not participating in adventures so he can spend the time killing people and covering his tracks. So this character also has an insanely high bluff so he can just lie all the time.
So my problem is this… I feel like no matter how good someones bluff is that there should be a limit to what your character believes. I also feel like this guy is getting away with a whole lot while we can’t seem to make a single step forward in our investigation.
Also the character only murders women in game. Before this guy joined my characters backstory was that he was searching for his son and his wifes killer, being a warlock who sold his sole specifically to avenge his wife’s death. So as a player and a character this is bothersome.
My question boils down to what I see are my 3 options.
1. Quit the game
2. Find a spell, ritual, anything that can help me definitively root out the killer
3. Just let it go and pretend my character wouldn’t care and that I don’t.