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I don't believe that there are some hard and fast rules about this. It's too much dependent on the situation, the context and the state of the players. But there are some ways that you can use in order to be better at spotting those "dead-meat" scenes. Know the genre you're working with No matter what game you are playing, it will fall to a certain genre. ...


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Here's a little tidbit that Microscope taught me: every scene has a particular question (or questions) associated with it. When that question is answered, the scene is over. You want to skip over scenes with questions that are uninteresting, and jump to the ones which are interesting, and that's exactly what you did. This is why nobody runs games with ...


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In DW failure means consequences, even DEATH When a character rolls 6- you make a hard move. That means a move that has immediate and irrevocable consequences. In my opinion (I'm unsure on the exact rules) a hard move always comes after a soft move, and the soft moves shapes the hard move. Soft moves cause danger and prompts players to act and therefore ...


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On SAS (Storytelling Adventure System) format of World of Darkness (and other games) adventures scenes are structured with the following fields: Challenge Overview Description Storyteller goals Player goals Actions Consequences Storyteller goals are what the Storyteller (or adventure writer) intend to achieve with the scene. Can be the presentation of a ...



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