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Started by Adam Biltcliffe, March 02, 2006, 11:21:43 AM
QuoteShe said that generally she's more interested in seeing her character gain the respect of the other Dogs than she is in resolving the town's problems, and so she finds the conflict resolution system unsatisfying because it doesn't account for her motivations
Quote from: Adam Biltcliffe on March 02, 2006, 12:04:41 PMI can't see a non-awkward way to work this into the stakes of a conflict, 'cause if some other Dog is in a conflict trying to get their way, there's no real way to run a parallel conflict with the stakes of does she help out or not. I guess possibly I could frame a scene where the Dogs talk about what's gone down as they're leaving the town where she can push for recognition of her valuable role in a conflict all of her own, but I don't know if the players would buy into it.
Quote from: Adam Biltcliffe on March 02, 2006, 12:04:41 PM... her vested interest (as a player, as I interpreted her comments, although I could be wrong) isn't in making sure that the solution reached is the one she most wants to see, so much as in making an appearance of lending support to the other Dogs when they try to implement their own solutions.I can't see a non-awkward way to work this into the stakes of a conflict...