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- Eric “No-Sleeves Mcgee” LamoureuxModeratorI prefer to have a skeleton and improvise with the party.
Interestingly, that is the main reason why I backed off of FG. You can't improvise at the same speed as you can face to face without sacrificing the automation. I can roll a real d10 much faster on the table than the time it takes to set it up on a Npc sheet so I can drag the dice over a token on the screen. But that is another topic.Sep 12, 2017
- True. Oddly, other rulesets are better at modifying npcs directly on the tracker. On the whole though I find Fg easier than tabletop. I miss the automationSep 12, 2017
- I think David is right on the money here. When my players can do anything, they look at me and wait. Structure is wonderful for players, and gives them a backdrop to create their characters in.Sep 12, 2017
- Eric “No-Sleeves Mcgee” LamoureuxModerator+1I agree. It's like creative writing classes where they ask you to write something within certain parameters. It funnels your creativity.Sep 12, 2017
- I almost said that! A writing prompt is sure to generate better creations in a creative writing class. The same is true for RPGs. You're doing them a favor, giving them less to worry about so they can build with you.Sep 12, 2017
- Crap, I think I have a new blog to write tonight.Sep 12, 2017
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