When you lose a Conflict in Shock: your Protagonist increases hir Features number by one and you write a new Feature for zir. If you lose both Conflicts in the scene — i.e., the Antagonist wins hir ...
I'm trying to get a handle on how Features are meant to be used in Shock: Social Science Fiction, and particularly the significance of choosing a new Feature after failing in Conflict. On the one ...
I'm giving Shock: Social Science Fiction my first whirl next week. I think I've got a good handle on the system and the type of game it's designed to create, and I'm very excited, but there's one ...
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 ...