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Started by Markus, February 07, 2010, 06:18:42 AM
QuoteSo, rules state that we'll know Bruno's fate at the end of the conflict. But at the end of the above series, looking at the diagram on page 61, we still don't know whether the werebear (as well as all further relationships brought into the conflict, if any) will be completely fine or dead. But D'vala's player just have to say something about Bruno right now, so my answer to that would be to keep narration a bit vague, perhaps something like "With a deep moan, Bruno goes down and lies perfectly immobile on the ground, its eyes closed".That would be vague enough to satisfy both constraints, such that (1) Bruno is out of the current conflict, but (2) it could be either dead or unharmed at the end of the conflict. I'd like to hear some advice about this.
QuoteAfter a bit of colourful narration, the player stated that his trollbabe's goal was "making sure that the chanting guy is just making ominous-sounding stuff up, and not doing anything really magic". Which I istinctively felt like not being appropriate at all.
QuoteI'm looking at the rule on page 50: "In a later conflict, [...] when you check off another re-roll item, then a single currently checked-off Relationship may be unchecked as well".By "another re-roll item" you mean "anything *but* a relationship item", or really "*any* other reroll-item"? I'm asking because if you allow relationships to refresh each other, then as soon as you have two relationships you can refresh them continuously. On the other hand, this also means that you're always putting your relationships into danger, so perhaps both ways can work. Which one is correct?