game desgin (rpg, cont)
Considering how to handle drawing new cards.
A second wind sort of mechanic to mulligan a hand?
Only drawing new cards to replace ones missing from the hand? Only being able to draw a card if you take a soft-fail on a turn?
There's a lot of interesting mechanic ideas I've been thinking about in regard to this, while watching the miles tick by.
Writing these down to just get them out there :3
game desgin (rpg, idea 2)
this is more like Fate. there are 6 'slots' for cards. And the GM sets difficulty by playing up to 3 cards. Players need to use their hand to fill the rest of the slots to not get negative. a 0 is a success, every +1 over that is another damage, another clue, extra bonus, that kind of thing.
Both these ideas seem like that have potential.
game desgin (rpg, Idea 1)
Players have a max hand size, and depending on events, the GM imposes their cards into that hand. The characters having mechanics to turn fails into advantages later on. Stuff like
"flip the suit if a card, failure becomes a success, or a success becomes a fail. If you chose to fail this way, gain a crit card that doesn't count to your hand size" or stuff like that.
game desgin (rpg)
been thinking a lot on the road. Considering a system that could be played with a pack of cards instead of dice.
Number cards being a pass or +1, face cards being a crit or +2.
The black cards are positive, but the red suits are fails/fumbles instead. The players draw a hand from the a deck that has both black suits and one red. the GM has the other reed suit for usage.
fucking government agencies.
A: "Oh this is B's policy, we're just going by that. You need this rubber stamp on the form."
B: "That is not our policy, you do not even need said form, that's not for pets."
A: "Its' for all birds."
Like, part of me wants to think A just wants more funding, but this is my pet bird we're talking about, but also getting the rubber stamp will hold me here another 3 days just to see someone for 5 minutes.
grump, bureaucracy, delays.
Specifically called asking what paperwork I needed, got "you can fill it in when you get here."
Did prep stuff for that, was told "actually no, you need this, stamped in a separate building, and oh by the way it costs $280.
Fucking..... I hate calling government agencies and being lied to about paperwork requirements.
"You got the Ikea of fascism, and you put it on upside down"
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