thread: 2005-08-30 : Joshua BishopRoby on Rules

On 2005-08-30, Adam Dray wrote:

Except that Joshua doesn't have a place for players in his model at all. I think it's the major flaw in the design. Any kind of interaction model must assume that players are involved in every interaction. The Imagined doesn't interact with the System at all, except when a person gets involved. Your smiley face picture at the top, Vincent, captures the people.

It's still a really cool start, and I'd like to see him continue to develop it.


This makes JBR go "The players perform the interactions"
None of that model is independent from the players, Adam. The aspects are in the players' heads, and the interactions are performed by the players.

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