thread: 2011-04-08 : Freeform

On 2011-04-13, Simon C wrote:


Takeback rules also often have the same certainty thing, like, usually there's a "zone" of takeback. You can see it in the freeform play you describe, Vincent:

"So he draws his sword, cool?"

"And then he's like, advancing towards you, right?"

Those "checking in" moments are signalling that something is entering the fiction in a more concrete way, becoming harder to take back. The more everyone has assented to something, the harder it becomes to take back.


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