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Started by Judd, January 22, 2006, 05:50:53 AM
QuoteCop, Noir & P.I.Morally ambiguousno supernatural30's, 40'sguns are a big deal.
QuoteVictorian England1880'sclass conflictgrit and dirtWest Enderspoverty = emotionsrich folk = staiddrugs: morphine, absinthe, laudunumNo accents at the table!
QuoteConcept: Prostitute - Dolores Issue: class issues - wants everything the upper class has without giving up lower class pride and perks.Edges: Knows everyone worth knowing, Emotional chameleonConnections:Kept woman (older woman who succeeded) - GinnySet - upstairs room of Hare and Hound
QuoteConcept: Lord Peter Chelsea Issue: YearningEdges: Landed Gentry, Attractive DevilConnections:Best friend, Burt (ne're do well baronet)Set - didn't really have one of his own...right, Emily? Or did he share with Dolores
QuoteConcept: Lady Miriam Chelsea Issue: Security issuesEdges: Social MasterConnections:Queen's Lady/Duchess, Maidset - Chelsea MAnor's Parlor
QuoteConcept: Inspector McClainIssue: AtonementEdges: InsightfulConnections:Gossip Reporter, CoronerSet - the graveyard
QuoteConcept: Lyle, Bartender/Pimp/Blackmailer Issue:Ambition - blackmailEdges: Greedy BlackmailerConnections: Violent Thug - Seymour, Butler - lush - KarlSet - the bar
Quotetwo players had the same spotlight (a BIG NO NO)
QuoteHound and Hare is a bed and breakfast in Ithaca and when I suggested it as the name Emily liked the predator and prey relationships it suggested
QuoteElsie turned to her: "Do you love him?" Nathan shook his head; I'm not sure he saw that coming. I know I did.Nathan: "The camera focuses in on Dolores' face and the show ends there before she answers."
QuoteI'm sure it is possible, but that tightness of a congame... the restriction of time and I'll never see these players again (until next year)... really is a wonderful strength (and weakness) of con games. Sure, you are interested in Emily's story... but does everyone have enough stories to craft a long term arc.
QuoteAfter the game we all just sat at the table for a while in a kind of stunned...am I being pompous to say we were in awe of what we had just done?
Quote from: Matt Wilson on January 22, 2006, 08:41:16 AM??? Perhaps m'sieur has misread a rule? Sharing a spotlight is how you get two-part cliffhangers. What you can't do is have a spotlight on episode 1.
Quote from: Nathan P. on January 22, 2006, 08:42:06 PMWe talked a bit about what would happen in the rest of the 5-episode season - and, if we were all staying around and could, I might have proposed shooting for the last three Sunday night. Would you guys have agreed? I don't know.
Quote from: Krista E on January 24, 2006, 11:56:19 PM I think that if we hadn't taken a break when we did, and if Nathan hadn't pleaded for a lighter scene, the game would have gone way over the line...