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Started by Vaxalon, October 09, 2005, 01:49:14 PM
Quote from: Vaxalon on October 12, 2005, 06:59:41 AMVincent, if I'm wrong, I'm wrong... I'm willing to admit it.Let me put the issue to you another way.IF the players have misinterpreted the situation, and decided someone else is sinning than I have down on my sheet, what do I do?
Quote from: Andrew MorrisSo what happens when the player sets the stakes as something like, "Br. Vigor's pride started this whole chain of events," when the GM has decided it was someone else's pride that did so? I know you're supposed to push for smaller stakes, so I have feeling that the answer is to not allow stakes like this, but how would you handle this in play, Vincent?
Quote from: lumpleyExactly. "That can't actually be at stake," I'd say. "It didn't."
Quote from: lumpleyOnce play starts, all outcome bets are off. And it really truly doesn't MATTER whether the players have misinterpreted the situation you've created and assigned blame in a way that doesn't reflect the true history of the situation. We agree about that. The Dogs get to kick whoever's ass they want.
Quote from: Vaxalon on October 14, 2005, 03:52:09 PMI think the core of the argument comes down to what actually exists in the game. Some say that if it isn't in the SIS, and its existence hasn't been ratified by actual play, its authority is limited.