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Started by Filip Luszczyk, October 16, 2007, 06:26:24 PM
QuoteSatomi started using her Gaze of Thousand Demons technique and summoning demons of truth. Let's just say that Jacek is a fan of Hellsing – surrounded by fluid shadows and hundreds of gazing eyes, Asakura panicked, but managed to push the bunny out the window in her adrenaline rush. In response, Jacek Raised by making Morikawa unexpectedly join the scene, demanding her daughter to explain herself, and I gave. Jacek took I'm too weak to protect others as Fallout. And cut.
QuoteAfter the battle with Kimura, the bunnies went to Sugihara.
QuoteThe conflict escalated and Satomi joined in, supporting Yuan from afar through a psychic link. Jacek pictured his bunny standing inside a magical circle, in the back room of Morikawa's inn, clearly implying that the issue with vixens was resolved. Soon, as the situation in the cave was getting worse and worse, Satomi whispered something about her dreams of dying and called the demon of Yuan's suffering that she had bound a session before, to teleport herself into the fray.
QuoteNow, at that point Jacek decided to spend his available Relationship dice to give Satomi Relationship with Darkness. That is, Relationship with Demon in standard DitV terms. So much for being pure and cute, welcome to the Dark Side."I need more power!" shouted Satomi, down on her knees, and she sucked in the evil energy that powered the surrounding magitek. Then, she just told everyone that they had all wasted their lives, and cut their heads with a single slash. And in a fountain of blood, I gave.
QuoteYuan literally fought with the dark power, as it tried to choke her possessed friend. She desperately struggled to catch that which was good in her as it flew away with Satomi's tears. And Yuan failed, and even though she managed to calm the dark power and save the princess's life, her friend was no longer the same bunny.
QuoteWe played out the final conflict with both Sugihara's and Kimura's lives at stake, to kill two birds with one stone so to say. There was a bit of confusion when it came to taking sides: in the end, Jacek wanted to save both and was supported by Suzuki, Magda wanted the death of Kimura and was supported by Sugihara and his remaining bodyguards, and that left me with Kimura, who wanted the death of his father. That way, we neatly included everyone who still had unresolved issues.
QuoteKimura killed Suzuki, who covered Sugihara with his own body, as Jacek Took the Blow at some point.
QuoteFinally, Satomi exchanged some dramatic dialog with the young wolf, and offered him her own life, and hearing that I gave up.
QuoteThat scene was special, because I wanted her to tell the truth. I didn't wanted to do it by force, so I didn't scrach her. Finaly I gived up, so Filip made mistake here.
QuoteI blocked this by escalation, and Suzuki taken blow (laser from his eyes?) that was suposed to kill me. He said something like "You was really princess".
QuoteIt was so cute! She used her "I have fucking long ears 3k10 here" and make super sad face! Later she taked me outside to show me how world is beatiful (full moon, little animals like dear and squirrel) and Filip give-up I think.
QuoteThe conflic was good, but too complex. We tried to copltete all in one, but it wasn't cool, beacue if we separeted it on smaller part it could be more cool.
QuoteYou seem to be allowing the bunnies to be fallible in their Judgements.
QuoteI had some ideas at the very beginnig but then I just was following Kamil's ideas. It was fun nevertheless.
QuoteBut then we had the third session. Oh my, I loved this one. Playing with Jacek was really great, I think we two are getting on nicely.
Quote from: Filip Luszczyk on October 25, 2007, 04:01:54 PMFred,The problem, I think, is that it should have been pretty obvious that I won't give easily in this conflict. The stakes were clear and they could choose to push or not, depending on how strongly they wanted it. They played against themselves, however, pushing in a conflict that didn't matter as much. In my Raises I was asking whether they were ready to pay the price - and they agreed for the price despite not being ready.
QuoteQuoteYou seem to be allowing the bunnies to be fallible in their Judgements.Hmm, could you elaborate on that? What suggests this? I'm not sure if I understand your issue well.