Started by Frank Tarcikowski, May 08, 2008, 09:45:30 AM
Quote from: Ron Edwards on May 10, 2008, 01:42:15 PMI really, really enjoyed this game. It was surprisingly intimate and close-feeling among us, I think. (...)Overall, it was one of the best game experiences I had all year.
QuoteThe game was set in Hamburg, the city we were in, and I drew upon tons and tons of anything I knew - Turkish honor killings, hidden rooms where friends had been kept secret during WWII, and others.
Quote from: Ron Edwards on May 15, 2008, 01:37:29 PMThe principles for scenario creation outlined across all four books can be applied to taste: the three points in Chapter 4 of the core book, the Bang-driven and character-centric concepts in Sword Chapter 7, the relationship map stuff in Chapters 4 and 5 in Soul, and the conflict diagrams in Chapter 6 of Sex. Another such principle which is implied rather than explicit, in all four books, is the enthusiasm the GM must bring to the demons themselves.
QuoteWhen he punished his daemon and showed him who's boss I did this really reluctantly feeling it was bad roleplaying, but it was the only acceptable way out of the situation I saw.Why did I see this as bad roleplaying? Because I have learned that it is considered to be "breaking out of character" if you portrait your character in any way that is not the same as what's written down on the character sheet.