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Provide incentives to do so. IRL, a culture provides its members with ways of navigating their way through the world and models and examples for dealing with complex situations. This isn't all culture …
answered Oct 9 '10 by Pseudoephedrine
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I would recommend breaking the concept of "intelligence" up into specific faculties which are easier to model individually. As a rough list, I would expect an intelligent character to have: A good mem …
answered Sep 14 '10 by Pseudoephedrine
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I don't think this is a problem for a player to solve, but one for the DM to. PCs should be expected to use all knowledge at their disposal, both OOC and IC, so long as it doesn't assault the plausibi …
answered Sep 21 '10 by Pseudoephedrine