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Author Topic: Wording of Conflicts and Character Control  (Read 10686 times)
Sindyr
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« Reply #30 on: March 17, 2006, 07:33:17 AM »

Now me, personally, I know better than to veto a goal that makes me feel that way.  I've already got the experience of playing through hundreds of those and enjoying them, win or lose.  But wouldn't the veto power be an awful temptation to somebody who hasn't yet learned to relish that sense of sudden, hellfire-hot outrage?

I'll admit it came to me after reading a lot of Sindyr posts.

You say that like its a *bad* thing. ;p (heh heh)

I think it's a case of Capes being like...Thai food. Some people love authentic Thai food, but it's too spicy for other people.  They still might enjoy a nice Thai-inspired dish, though.

J

That is perhaps the best summation of much of what I am wondering on this forum yet.  Thanks for getting it.  Maybe it will help a few other do so as well.

On the other hand, I am *also* not ruling out acquiring a taste for authentic Thai foods either - just want to have all options available just in case...
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