thread: 2012-12-07 : Positioning: Legitimacy and Occult Co-ownership

On 2012-12-07, Vincent wrote:

Oh, yeah, no, she's not contradicting me, she's reminding me. I'd remembered the dinner party because I'd been sitting at the table while the other players' characters were there, but my character had never visited Sebastienne's dining room. When she reminded me, I remembered the fact, and we agreed at once that it wasn't a move I could legitimately make.

I would have immediately agreed with any other player who'd pointed it out. In the example it just happened to be Meg.

In example 1, I definitely meant to assert that my character has a mother, even though she'd never come up in play. In example 2, I didn't mean to assert newly that I'd been in Sebastienne's dining room. I misremembered and thought that it had already been asserted and taken as true, when it hadn't.


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