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Started by Daniel Solis, October 22, 2003, 01:40:56 AM
Quote from: LordSmerfI would suggest that unless a bluff is called the given result (whether true or not) is accepted mechanically. If you are called, but spoke truthfully then it's an auto-success (so if you sucker someone into calling your small lie that would have failed, you end up succeeding anyway thanks to your dupe). If you are caught in a lie you automatically fail (this will keep you from being too ambitious in your lies, especially if you have a probable success anyway). This also does some interesting things because if you have a terrible roll you are more likely to bluff since you have "nothing to lose."
Quote from: LxndrMaybe the bluff token could be said as "Anyone can call the person with the bluff token in a lie, but only the holder of the bluff token can call other people's bluffs."