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

On 2009-05-12, Marco wrote:

I think (looking at what has been written) that the idea here is that the way people pay RTD whatever is important to them is affirmed and not questioned. That is the mode of play affirms something important to you about your character.

However it does not do much for vast swaths of play where the player either doesn't care too much about being questioned or not (i.e. you question their bad-assitude and they deal with it but it's no kind of focus for the game) or where most of the characters do not have a stand that they care about being affirmed (when someone questions the Paladin, the paladin player goes "well, it says in the book I give the money to the church—all paladins do it—so ... eh? Who cares!")

Which of course raises the question as to whether or not the play has no CA or some other CA.

(are we still saying there's 3 CA's and all play falls into them ... plus Zilch play?)



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