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Matt-M-McElroy
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« on: February 11, 2006, 04:34:51 PM »

So, we had a scene where two character's Doom Descriptors conflicted on the chosen outcome(s) of the particular action involved. I think we handled it well (it helps having the creator of the game involved) but I was wondering how this might be resolved in a future situation. Is there going to be a specific rule for this kind of conflict or will it be determined on a case-by-case basis?

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« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2006, 07:48:45 AM »

Matt,

The uses of the Doom didn't really collide.  I just wasn't clear on where the conflict lied.  Once we cleared that up there was no conflicting uses of Doom.

As far as a rule goes, I would say I wouldn't create one.  The very clear premise of CoS is that the group is working together against a greater evil.  To steal from Wilson, the assassin arguing with the paladin is a different game, and the fact that it happened in the game is entirely different issue.  I don't anticipate Dooms colliding, but if for some reason they did, I would say the first person to call on their Doom wins.  Simple as that.

Keith
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