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Started by Tim Alexander, September 08, 2003, 03:59:26 PM
Quote from: OverdriveDoes the narrator have to deal difficulty from the winning hand? Or was that stated in the rules, can't remember..
QuoteThis tremendous power is flexible, too. The player might, for example, decree that even losing hands deliver Difficulty to winner.
QuoteWhen a character loses a conflict, he subtracts a number of attribute points equal to the number of cards in the Poker combination that beat him. The player subtracts the points as desired from the attributes related to the suits played in the winning Poker combination.
Quote from: talexHey Matt,Thanks for the reply, I poked around the archives looking to see if it had been covered and I couldn't find it either so I appreciate getting the low down. I think initially I was a bit too distant from the source material, so I did a little 'research' and watched a bunch of the classics again.-Tim
Quote from: Matt SnyderExcellent! Can I ask what you watched?
Quote from: talexHey Guys,Thanks for the tip on Once upon a Time in the West, unfortunately NetFlix seems to not have it so I'll have to go looking. -Tim
Quote from: talexI've also figured out the reason Netflix doesn't have Once upong a Time in the West. It seems the dvd has yet to be released here in the states, though the Region 2 disc is available. I'll have to track down a VHS copy.-Tim