thread: 2009-05-07 : Explaining the Right to Dream

On 2009-05-12, Callan wrote:

"1. Over the course of play, everybody affirms, nobody challenges, my character's badassitude. Maybe because nobody came up with a good enough challenge and never tried; maybe somebody tried but I snapped at them out of the game and they backed off. Maybe for whatever reason, the reason why doesn't matter. The fact is, badassitude affirmed, wish fulfilled."

How odd? Because...well, just because no one challenges your assertion, doesn't mean its affirmed?

Is this like asserting the idea (your character is baddass) as if it's affirmed already, and if no one says otherwise, that feeling of affirmed-ness is never popped? If anyone challenges it, it clearly 'pops' the idea that it was affirmed right from the moment the person said (or even just thought) their PC is badass?


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