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Started by SlurpeeMoney, October 20, 2004, 11:52:16 AM
Quote from: SlurpeeMoneyWell then it looks like I'm going to have to game again soon. My last game was something like a month ago, and I barely remember it. I'll try and organize something and come back to this when I've had a more recent game under my belt.Cheers!Kris
Quote from: SlurpeeMoneyAlmost all of my decisions related to whether or not a character's actions are going to succeed are based on this principle.1) If the idea will solve the problem outright, it almost always fails.2) If the idea will solve the problem eventually, it may succeed, but only after multiple attempts, after each of which, Things Get Worse.3) If the idea will probably not solve the problem, it may succeed, especially if it solves one of the minor, peripheral problems that has crept up while Things Got Worse.4) If it isn't going to solve the problem at all, it will probably succeed.5) If the idea is actually going to Make Things Worse on it's own, it always succeeds.
Quote from: SlurpeeMoneyAnd yeah, my players think I'm using Palladium's rules. Like I said, it's all deception. They think I have this huge planned out game, when I've really got a few key situations written on a piece of paper. My players think I'm rolling dice to get numbers against which they are supposed to compete. I'm not. I'm rolling to make them think that's what I'm doing. My players think I actually play by the rules. For them, there are rules. For me, there are no rules, and I cheat anyway.