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Audience control over conflict resolution
In Shock: Social Science Fiction, in explaining the conflict mechanics, pages 34-35 state: If your *Tagonists are not involved in this Conflict, you’re Audience in this scene. Roll 1d4 to use at ...
Jul 4 '11 at 18:54
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