Out-of-character

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When a player is acting as herself, she is said to be Out of Character. For instance, a person who is playing a vampire but eating a sandwich or a new player asking for a rules clarification are both considered to be Out of Character. Players will sometimes cross their fingers at shoulder level or a put a closed hand above their head to represent being Out of Character. Often abbreviated to OOC.