Virikenden's First Age
Table conduct is perhaps one of the most important skills of a role-player, surpassing strength, constitution, intelligence, etc, etc. Of course, role-playing is the most important of these skills, but that is hard to simply give pointers on. It will be covered, nonetheless.
This may be scathing. Be warned.
Rules-Lawyering is the common verb form for strictly enforcing rules to the letter. Rules-Lawyers are usually no fun, and having to constantly deal with Rules-Lawyering can drive some DMs mad. Me in particular. Please, if you find yourself constantly interjecting and explaining that a power can’t be, under the exact rules, used that way, use your imagination and let it go by if it’s plausible. Just make sure that you do so before your DM drops you solo into a rules-strict “You vs. Big-Bad-Evil-Guy.” (Also check out At-Will’s Powers in Role-Play)