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They told me I should write something here, so this is what I had to say.

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"Truly! Twas Gimoneus the wise, grand sorcerer of Elantorfan, keeper of the ancient rune of Turgochit, came nearest to slaying the mighty dragon of Ralmorgantorg; for he was old and sinewy, and the wretched beast near choked to death on his femur."


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comment How do I make it absolutely clear that I'm shooting you in the face?
@doppelgreener It's important that in-character the player is still sneaking, but it's equally important that the other players be able to respond to gunfire in-character as they otherwise would.
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comment How do I make it absolutely clear that I'm shooting you in the face?
@doppelgreener In essence, the reason those don't conflict is that you can sneak prior to shooting, but once you shoot, it's generally pretty clear where you are. In honesty, I wasn't primarily thinking about sniping from afar, but rather following from nearby.
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comment How do I make it absolutely clear that I'm shooting you in the face?
I like it; rather innovative, and probably rather effective. However, I'm not totally sure this works in all settings; cyberpunk worlds maybe, but a Western or Cold War-era, or even modern era...? Hmm... I'll keep looking and thinking.
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comment How to respond to “stress tracks / narrative consequences are arbitrary”?
@smcg I don't think that could reasonably happen, and/or it wouldn't be very intimidating. At the very least, that would take quite a roll to pull off.
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comment How to respond to “stress tracks / narrative consequences are arbitrary”?
By "avoiding stress boxes," do you mean that you're forcing them to take consequences?
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