thread: 2012-11-14 : Emily on Fictional Positioning

On 2012-11-14, Vincent wrote:

Two notes!

1) My use of "freeform" here follows Emily's. Others use "freeform," especially "structured freeform," to mean other things, and I'm not implicating them in any way. Try not to get distracted by the various things "freeform" can mean.

2) In a given game design or game in play, freeform and cue-mediation can happily coexist. You see where I included "all other things being equal" in both rules? Often in practice that includes a quick check across the boundary between them. Like when you have a pistol on your character sheet, but in the fiction as established your character's just stepping out of the shower, right?


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