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Started by Bailywolf, May 05, 2003, 02:34:18 PM
Quote from: Mike HolmesHey, I don't think that last link in the chain is in the book (don't have a copy on hand).
QuoteA demon with a Need to "protect the sorcerer at all costs" would be pretty nasty, considering it's the sorcerer that's responsible for fulfilling the Need. You'd have to actively get yourself in stupid, dangerous situations in order to keep the demon happy.
Quote from: Mike HolmesI mean they're not really equal at all, but transferable through the mechanism of the roll (statistically your likely to get about a quarter of a success on average for each die; so they're each "equal" to some fraction of each other). I see it all now. But I've been confused about it up until this point. Ya learn something new every day. :-)Mike
Quote from: ValamirWhich begins to open up all kinds of interesting possibilities for making rolls and then dumping your successes into your Will for purposes of making Will rolls to shrug off damage.
Quote from: Ron EdwardsAbout time for trying out another weird/hard demon, yes? What would you make of ...... a demon whose primary in-game effect was to smooth over all the little hassles of life? If you drive somewhere, no traffic problem. If you need to get a flight, you do. No bills logistics troubles, no tax audits, never having to wonder whether you have the correct change.A big part of the concept is that it doesn't produce money or anything - the person lives a very normal life. They just never, or rarely, get stressed about managing the daily details.
Quote from: Ron EdwardsCloak, certainly, although since the demon's best defined as Inconspicuous it's already got one of its own,