I've been watching a Brazilian match making program.
On the last episode, a woman that plays rpg games chose to go out on a date with a guy that also plays rpg games and went there just to meet her.
On the current episode, the woman said everything was going really well, but when she found out that they belonged to antagonist sects on the rpg they both play, they both gave up (the guy confirmed her version).
I've done some research, and, based on the sects that the woman mentioned,the name of the game is Vampire: The Masquerade
That has got me interested in the subject.
These questions are directed to people who play tabletop rpgs:
-Is that supposed to be a ''normal'' rpg player behavior (i.e. letting the role you play in a game affect real life)?
-What makes this variety of rpg more interesting than mmorpgs or console rpgs?
-Aren't things too arbitrary? I believe the Game Master usually has too much power over the developments.