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Started by Storn, September 11, 2006, 09:16:57 AM
QuoteThe only thing that matters is the scene right now. How does it challenge or highlight the character's issue? Because if it doesn't, there can be no conflict in the scene.
Quote from: Storn on September 11, 2006, 11:54:37 AMWhere I have the question is does PTA expect a Conflict every scene? Do we have cards being played vs. the Producer every scene? Because that feels *off* to me, if that is the expectation.
QuoteIt's only when most scenes end up without conflict, that you might want to rethink your group's approach to the game. Conflict drives the game and the story.
QuoteAs the Producer I know it's my job to hammer that, but the players weren't always into it and I didn't want to push it, so we had a lot of color scenes and the Issues really didn't come to the forefront. Maybe this is because with the exception of Judd we're all fairly new to PTA, but really I think people wanted to ease into the game and trying to force Conflicts where people didn't want them or didn't see them as reasonable might've caused friction and I didn't want that.
QuoteI get shy around new folks and that may have been a part of it
Quote>>Also: we need to get Storn in on some Capes, I think he would rock that game.<<
QuoteAlso, do some art for me please. I need some art. Seriously.