thread: 2006-05-17 : Six straightforward examples

On 2006-05-17, Vincent wrote:

Joshua K: Last I checked, the current Pull rhetoric allowed hard-pull, like, to steal from Kat Miller, "you came to this city to try to solve a problem you're having. What is it?"

I guess I can keep telling people that if Brand's wrong about the moment of crisis, my whole post is wrong. I'd much rather that I get to stop saying it, though.

"I attack with a Flying Kick, come up with a good response move or I cave your skull in" is clearly push, despite the demand for a response.

I don't think it's that clear. You haven't provided any rules at all; you're banking on my immediate, visceral reaction to the violence of the action.

Compare: "I invite you out to a picnic. Is it a date, or how do you refuse?" Procedurally identical, not clearly a push.


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