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Started by JMendes, March 21, 2005, 12:25:28 AM
Quote from: Ron EdwardsIf you as GM do not put pressure on that Issue -<...>- then nothing happens. Nothing happens!
Quote from: Ron Edwardsthe characters' Issue is right there in front of God and everybody, on the sheet, and in which we even know how much that Issue is to be tweaked in the current effort of play (this session).
Quote from: JMendesI hope this is not so, but now I am becoming increasingly frightened. You see, this is a very natural premise for that group, and if I go in and say, let's scratch this show, the pilot didn't do well, let's create another one, I pretty much bet that we would be coming up with another show with an investigative premise.
Quote from: Frank T... So if he loses, he still gets what he wanted, but at a high price--maybe a higher price than he was willing to pay.
Quote from: JMendesJosh, you rephrased the problem rather well, in that it is becoming easier and easier to understand what the solution will be. Your take on the how, though, confused me. If we do it like you say it, then what is the difference between a character scene and a plot scene?