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Title: Chalk Outlines Waiting to Happen
Post by: lumpley on December 26, 2001, 07:30:00 AM

Chalk Outlines Waiting to Happen

A Caper Flick Roleplaying Game

Is up in a crude-ish, pre-playtest, pre-serious editing kind of way at http://www/septemberquestion.org/lumpley/chalk.html.

I'd love it if y'all smart people would take a look.

-Vincent

[ This Message was edited by: lumpley on 2001-12-26 10:31 ]


Title: Chalk Outlines Waiting to Happen
Post by: Mike Holmes on December 26, 2001, 07:50:00 AM
Very nice. With work this one's going to be excellent, IMO.

Question: When voting at the end, are you required to vote for at least one other character? I'd suggest it. Otherwise a player might get the the notion that he stands a better chance of "winning" if he does not vote for anybody.

This happens, coincidentally, to be the way I decide who to give the prize to at convention games (one vote per player, anyone but yourself). I think its a very powerful game mechanic.

Mike


Title: Chalk Outlines Waiting to Happen
Post by: Paul Czege on December 26, 2001, 09:29:00 AM
Hey Vincent,

Very cool. You gotta put Sexy Beast in your filmography. And if you haven't seen it, rent it today.

I think I'm probably lousy at bringing retired mobsters out of retirement.

Paul