Dan Owsen. I guess what I'm wondering is if you have players who don't do "work" on the game or their characters from the end of one session to the start of the next, does it still work?
Or does it really expect the players to be thinking about the game between sessions? William Hostman. I've been Banished to Oregon Gaming in Corvallis, living in Alsea Need gamers willing to try new things The overarching conflict was removed in 4th ed, but was present in 3rd The encroaching Aura of Reason in the cities.
Since Reason suppressed faeries, clerics, magi, and demons alike, it was the one thing all fought against. Likewise, the conflicts of Church vs Wizard and Demon vs Wizard are quite present in 3rd and 4th The Fey vs Wizard is less obvious For Fey and Wizard are not disadvantaged in each others' aura-posessing areas, especially regio. Atlas' was the same content, merely a different printing with a new logo on the back cover Eric Jome. How much would you say the system relies on all the participants being diligent to track time, level up their magi, and set new objectives for their characters between sessions?
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