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Started by John Kim, August 23, 2006, 01:42:32 PM
Quote from: Eric Provost on August 23, 2006, 02:02:46 PMHiya John! I had a really great time at this session. Not only did I get to meet and play with you guys, but I thought it was a wonderful cross-section of characters for the Roach.
Quote from: Eric Provost on August 23, 2006, 02:02:46 PMBut, all in all, it was a fantastic game. I don't think I'd call it low-key, but it certainly wasn't crazy-violent either. Heck, if I remember correctly, Regina not only survived, but she also got a bit of revenge against my character and some of the others that set her up for a fall earlier on.
Quote from: Jason Morningstar on August 23, 2006, 02:32:55 PMThanks for posting this, John. That sounds like a really solid game. I wonder if the number of players correlates in any way to mayhem? The most even-keeled game I've ever played had four participants, and the most violently insane had, IIRC, seven.
QuoteI wonder if the number of players correlates in any way to mayhem?
Quote from: Adam Dray on August 26, 2006, 12:25:10 AMI think I understand your point better now, Ron. The rules do support or even encourage two kinds of play, and that can be confusing to players. Certainly when I was playing my Owen Wilson-like philosophy professor and had near-14 Reputation by the end, I wasn't playing that as being powerful within the university. I don't think I was giving my Reputation score any in-game power at all. It was, for me, just a means to "winning" narration at the end.