See, that's a great solution and very practical. When our department was hiring, that's what they did. One person printed CVs and put a plaster on names. And put them in the pile to be reviewed.
Nice, simple, effective. At least for the first round of selection. Then you have the interviews, and...
So the way you suggest we solve these types of issues is by developing mind reading abilities as a society.
Good solution, and i'm all for it. Just not very practical.
I personally think we should focus on equality of opportunity not equality of outcome. The latter makes no sense, and your...
I really enjoyed the review, and your style of writing it ("does this game belong in a museum", ha 😆)
The question of how to deal with this pulpy boulder-chases-affer-you situation is very close to my heart. I'd asked John Harper about it ages ago. If you're interested in what he said, you can...
Do you know all the answers? Comfortable to whom? And how is what people have said about real life groups relevant to a fantasy game that involves a fantastic race that is designed to evoke "otherness"? (In a similar fashion to, as someone said, every single culture and world mythology has done...
I personally don't care much for this property, but i'm glad that the people that do will have the option to run this in 5e.
The reason i'm rooting for this, is that hopefully it will pave the way for a Masters of the Universe rpg :-)
Fair point. To explain my thinking:
reading 13th Age, particularly the escalation die mechanic
reading about Balsera-Style and Greyhawk initiative
planning a campaign for a single player, and two players
i thought that it would be cool if you had two or three initiative...
Alternative initiative systems, including:
-Elective Action Order/Balsera-Style/Popcorn initiative
-Greyhawk initiative (modified not to penalise bonus actions)
...but playtested to oblivion.
Port the rules from Gumshoe/Lorefinder to 5e - the conversion should be easy...