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Is the use of XP as a narrative currency for both GMs and players a novel idea?
In Monte Cook's new roleplaying game Numenera, XP is used as a narrative currency not only by the GM but by the players as well. Taken from his design diaries: Say the PCs find a hidden console ...
Aug 21 '12 at 14:59
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