I got into roleplaying in a sort of roundabout manner, from a no-dice situation, starting a long time ago with PbP (play-by-post), evolving into me participating in the Dramatic Roleplaying Tournament (aka the DRT) at Running GaGG and eventually having my significant other lure me into the wild world of the New World of Darkness.
DRT-style modules are prone to all sorts of hilarious antics because it’s more like improv acting than any tabletop RPG session. There’s usually a good balance of characters, because all of the backgrounds are concocted by the GMs beforehand just to make the next 3-5 hours about as insane as they could possibly be.
Take, for instance, one module I ran called BLOOD FEUD! Somewhere, William Shakespeare is still spinning in his grave over this one, because it was one part Romeo & Juliet, two parts The Comedy or Errors, and three parts TV Tropes.