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Currently busy producing Edgerunner RPG, the offspring of and . I'd appreciate any form of feedback you can give. Please visit and read the game and keep up with developments through the Edgerunner blog, Facebook and Google+.


Jan
28
revised Explaining the need to use Fate Points for Aspects
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Jan
28
comment Explaining the need to use Fate Points for Aspects
@Jadasc, point taken. Would "fate of the story" clarify that?
Jan
26
answered Explaining the need to use Fate Points for Aspects
Jan
26
comment Resources for 3D printable RPG props?
Let's make some… I'm a product designer with enough knowledge about 3D printing. Let me know if you have anything in mind and I may be able to help.
Jan
21
comment How do I stop my PCs from acting like insomniac monkeys on crack?
Call them at 3:00 a.m. to ask why they are doing this >:D
Jan
21
comment Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
You seem to have confused consequences for concessions ;)
Jan
21
comment Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
@wraith808, Updated my answer with a reference from SOTC. I guess Fred is one of the authors there.
Jan
21
revised Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
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Jan
21
comment Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
That still does not answer what happens when the offered concession or any of the alternatives are unacceptable to one side or the other. Do you keep on discussing forever? :)
Jan
21
comment Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
Where do the rules imply that? I read your reference to YW206 as "a concession isn't valid until everybody accepts" but that doesn't mean a concession has to happen. And nowhere else in the book does it say that a concession has to be resolved and accepted when it is offered.
Jan
20
answered Why should I take demolitions in SotC?
Jan
20
comment Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
Try to think of it as a game of Go. The game ends when the players agree that it ends. If everybody isn't satisfied, continue until everybody is.
Jan
20
revised Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
typos
Jan
20
comment Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
But then what do you do if the concession offered isn't acceptable by both sides and negotiating doesn't seem to help?
Jan
19
comment Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
In broader terms, you could say that a concession is a story about how the conflict ends that can be offered by anyone, but both the attacker and defender have to accept, otherwise the conflict continues.
Jan
19
answered Can concessions inflict a worse effect on the conceding character than the attacker intended?
Jan
19
revised Relationship Mechanics for D&D/Pathfinder?
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Jan
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
13
revised Scrolls in Mage the Awakening that perhaps even Sleepers may use?
abbrevs. not gd.
Jan
7
awarded  Talkative