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Started by Per Fischer, August 24, 2005, 11:11:48 AM
Quote from: pfischer on August 31, 2005, 04:43:49 AMBut, conflicts. We seem to have quite a few conflicts between protagonists, and in at least one I as the Producer wasn't even rolling for the outcome. I am sure that's not intended - I am sure the conflict always has the Producer against a protagonist with others rolling Fan Mail if they want.
Quote from: Matt Wilson on December 10, 2004, 10:51:05 AMIf your protag is in the conflict, then you roll screen presence, and you compare it to the producer. If there's protag vs. protag conflict, you could also compare it to another player's roll.
Quote from: pedyo on August 31, 2005, 04:26:07 AMOne fantastic feature of this episode was the way Gustav's connection "The Kite Man" was used symbolically. Could you elaborate on that, Munkholt? I think it's actually a very interesting little thing - including how it was used in the final conflict - dicewise (great word that)./Peter
Quote from: pedyo on September 06, 2005, 02:15:56 AMHi Geoff,Well, in fact we are capturing the logs - but since it's in Danish you might have some trouble understanding it :-)That being said, if you do a search for "PTA and IRC" you will find a few logs here on The Forge - and they've been instrumental in explaining the game to me.
Quote from: pedyo on September 06, 2005, 02:15:56 AMPS: I received my copy of PTA 2nd ed. yesterday! Yay! Funnily, my copy has a dedication to Luke????? So, Luke - if you're reading this: I have your copy of the game :D
Quote from: pedyo on September 26, 2005, 08:03:54 AMThe final scene was Rune's to request – and here it became clear why Henrik had wanted the poison: he wanted to kill himself. The conflict was if he had the guts to go through with it. Rune won (with the help of FM) and Henrik swallowed the poison, lay down and died. [snip]Next episode is Elvira's spotlight episode and we need to wrap up at least a few things. Thomas thinks that Elvira is "the evil mastermind behind it all" – and perhaps she is. We'll see after the final episode...