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Started by quozl, February 26, 2003, 10:17:49 AM
Quote from: quozlThanks Ron. I had read that thread and it totally agrees with your review. I guess what I'm looking for is stuff that doesn't. Jared, do you agree with Ron's conclusions or do you have a different outlook on octaNe that perhaps didn't translate to the text like you thought it would?Basically, should I base my deicision to buy octaNe totally on Ron's view and the supporting thread or are there other things I should take into consideration too?
Quote from: Ron EdwardsI agree with both Colin and Jesse regarding the way to play octaNe for maximum awesome enjoyment; the game is brilliantly designed toward the mode of play they describe. A lot of people seem to be missing that point in my review, even though I make it pretty loud & clear in the last portion.Best,Ron
QuoteWhat I think MIGHT be a source of disappointment is the attitude of the GM going into the game. The impression I get is that unlike InSpectres, which can be run with ZERO prep, OctaNe runs best when the GM still plans something that kind of looks like a traditional scenario prep.