Started by Wilper, July 16, 2011, 02:57:37 AM
Quote from: fjj on July 19, 2011, 10:14:49 AMI like the idea of a Montsegur 1244-style comedy Tips for creating the cast of characters:Include old and young people. Include men and women.Include authorities (fathers, judges, captains, priests).Include family relations.Draw out a relationship map. Each character must have relations to at least two others.
QuoteThe wedding at the end: Will each main character be married? Or perhaps the game is a "fight" of whoose marriage will be celebrated at the end?Ideas for rules for making it a comedy:At least one main character must get married. At most one main character may choose to escape on the night before the wedding? /Frederik
Quote from: WilperI want dynamic relations, so the game will be (more) different every time you play, but the time needed to draw the map should be well spent.
Quote from: WilperYes, all "lover"-class characters will be married, since it is to be expected. This is a happy game, I can't have any sulking characters that spoil the end credits party. The escape plot falls due to the same problem.
Quote from: Wilper on July 19, 2011, 03:57:04 AMFive(ish) scenes per act, five acts following the Elizabethan five act structure. There's a wedding in Act V.