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comment A player was bucking my style and I lost my temper. What can I do from here?
" I don't think you have anything to be sorry for." Well, wasting the time of the rest of the group comes to mind.
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reviewed Approve ars-magica tag wiki
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comment If a power says 'move your speed', what happens while I'm prone?
To be fair, "Lightning Rush" is not "normal movement" either. Now, "movement other than crawling, teleporting or being... is prohibited" would be right, I guess.
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comment Can I legally obtain AD&D 2nd core rulebook in a digital form?
This answer has been rendered invalid, as rpg.stackexchange.com/a/67770/932 mentions.
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reviewed Reject Can Control Water create water?
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reviewed Approve What is D&D Adventurers League and How Does It Work?
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reviewed Approve Is a creature that stands in a bonfire from Create Bonfire affected twice in one turn?
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reviewed Edit Does Spare the Dying work on a creature with less than 0HP?
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revised Does Spare the Dying work on a creature with less than 0HP?
minor typographical
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reviewed Reject Is there any advantage to protecting your true name?
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answered Do you make Pulls for encounters that could have happened, but didn't?
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comment How to deal with time sensitive decisions?
I feel there's a distinction in the third paragraph between urgency for the player and urgency for the character that's not dealt well in the last paragraph. While the ooze will consume her character's armor, and eventually the character, that doesn't mean the player must jump to act if she doesn't know what to do. The "fair amount of time" depends on your players and you. It seems like it's too much for you, obviously.
Jul
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comment Is the Task Difficulty/Target Number from an event hidden by the GM?
@KveldUlf The "narrative style play with limited pool of resources" is the Effort economy.
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comment Is the Task Difficulty/Target Number from an event hidden by the GM?
@KveldUlf did you read the answer?