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You can't optimise in Dungeon World, not like you can in D&D. To do what you want to do, you have to approach it differently. It's a different game, after all. Unlearn what you know about D&D There are a bunch of assumptions in the question that make sense for D&D and make no sense for Dungeon World. Trying to play Dungeon World according to ...


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No, according to the rules, but... Looking through Chapter 8, at page 142, I found the following paragraph that covers the option of having multiple participants in an Intrigue: Most intrigues are between two characters at a time, though multiple intrigues can occur simultaneously between multiple pairs. When a character addresses a large audience, that ...


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Let them talk A good way of handling the RP during an Intrigue is let the players play, having the conversation as natural as it can, argue against their opponents and then, as soon you feel both sides have "used their attacks", let them roll at this point, and describe the psychological effects of the results on both sides of the combat, such as emotions, ...



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