Started by Ayyavazi, August 25, 2009, 08:42:16 PM
QuoteI want to try to work it all through D&D 4e because that is what C wants to play
QuoteYou get more abilities which are technically more powerful, but might as well not be since everything you are getting is only making you able to cope with the increasing challenge, always keeping it perfectly balanced. There is no way (apart from drifting) to actually achieve play in which the player can get ahead of the threats he is supposed to be facing.
QuoteThe other problems is that after two or three encounters, the powers available to the player have become repetitive and do not foster creativity of any sort that I can see or appreciate.
QuoteThat's why I think it is important to showcase the various possible agendas through this medium that he learned first, before it becomes his default way of looking at gaming.
QuoteAs for playing with multiple players, believe me, if I had other players, I would. I am finding it very difficult to get a group together in my area for the time slot I have available. Because of that, I am doing the best with what I have.
QuoteAs for other systems handling the creative drama input better, I'm sure there are. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
QuoteNow, for a general question, Which agenda is being pursued in the actual play example above?
Quote from: Ayyavazi on August 31, 2009, 09:15:48 AMCallan, I have asked him about pursuing all three agendas and given him a brief explanation of each. He is interested.