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The highest-rolling Audience member doesn't automatically get to choose the outcome. There are two sides of the Conflict, and it is possible for both *Tagonists to win or both to lose because their Intents are not mutually exclusive. The Audience can choose to (but is not required to) affect one *Tagonist's result by adjusting the *Tagonist's d10 roll by ...


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I just finished listening to an interview episode of The Jank Cast with Rob Bohl (Misspent Youth) and Joshua A.C. Newman (Shock). The whole interview is excellent, but the parts you might be most interested in are when Joshua describes Blade Runner as an example in Shock. Deckard and the Audience (52:00-57:00) Example Praxes (1:03:50) Compassionate vs. ...


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There are two functions of Features, one mechanical and one narrative. The mechanical function is that you roll a number of dice in a conflict equal to your Protagonist's number of Features. The narrative function is as, or more, important. Features tell everyone at the table what your Protagonist is about. Your Protag's Antagonist player will use these to ...



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