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Ubiquity: Best method to excitingly adjudicate the effects of Persuasion (Con/Diplomacy)
In Pulp Adventure games using the Ubiquity Roleplaying System what is an effective method to add tension, and ensure consistency in applying results, when handling social interactions based on Con and ...
Apr 2 '11 at 7:12
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