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Author Topic: [Yesterday's Tomorrow] Interrogation as character creation  (Read 7916 times)

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« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2006, 06:39:07 AM »

Are there certain questions that the book will provide that will *have* to be asked during the character creation phase or are all the questions made up by the GM?

I will do my best to write a big long list of questions that could be asked, if the GM can't think of any of his own, but beyond "what is your name" I don't see that any will have to be asked. I'm imagining that the GM will create some sort of imaginary scenario/situation that the interrogator wants to get to the bottom of that the suspects are involved in somehow (truthfully or not), and that his questions will tie in to that. Hopefully this will make it seem more like an interrogation and less like a questionairre.

Andrew Kenrick
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