If this has been done recently, excuse me. Now I've been thinking, in my long (or probably not) 7 years of Roleplaying, I've noticed a few things when it comes to Roleplaying out pregnancies. One of the most common things I see is, in fact, becoming pregnant. I see it a lot. I've always sort of seen it a lot. It's almost as if people thing the only dramatic plot you can do with a woman is get her pregnant! It's almost always an accident, as well. I've never really seen anyone Roleplaying someone trying to get pregnant. And then I've seen a lot of pregnancies roleplays never actually making it to nine months. And I'm not saying they waited eight or eight and a half months. I'm talking anywhere between four to six months. This is weird to me. Personally, I feel if you can't wait a normal length to do a plot, you shouldn't be doing it. Unless your timeline is going that fast. But in game time and in real time, I rarely see people actually playing out a pregnancy for the full term. Also, another popular thing I've seen is someone will be pregnant. Be it the whole nine months, or not. But then something ever so tragic happens and they no longer have the baby. It's stunning how often I've seen this, tbh with you guys. Is it someone who wanted the glamour of pregnancy, but didn't want their characters lives to be so changed by the fact that holy crap, now they have a baby? I don't know. Any other things you've seen common with Roleplaying pregnancies? Or have you even seen those things, and I'm just the only one or I've gone insane...er.