The Angels were ahead 3 games to 1 and leading in game 5 by the score of when Don Baylor homered off starter Mike Witt with one out and a runner on in the top of the ninth inning to make the score Witt got Dwight Evans to pop up for the second out; with Rich Gedman batting, Mauch pulled his starter in favor of veteran lefty Gary Lucas. Gedman was 3 for 3 that day at the time and had homered off Witt earlier in the game.
One of their characters lost an item through no real fault of their own though it did make for an appropriately dramatic scene.
John Arcadian on October 9, at 8: That has to be established up front. I used this recently with a gremlin trialing the party and stealing stuff from them. They barely noticed until a magic item was taken, but then the group hunted it down and found the rest of its horde.
That enabled them to find a few more items, including a plot specific mcguffin. Reply Blackjack on October 9, at I prefer establishing these upfront rather than pass out receipts during the play of the game. Make the players sweat that tough decision. It should be theirs whether to fight, flee, or fold!
It takes time, though, to build up to the point where the players can make such a decision in character, confidently. It helps to start with a game compact.
For example, how frequently will things happen because the plot demands it? Lugh on October 10, at Nor are we giving the receipt any kind of mechanical weight e. If your players do trust you, is kind of redundant. It feels to me like this would be better served by two related but different pieces of advice.
One, whenever you are starting a campaign have a talk about your GM style, genre expectations, etc. That line between the 80 and the 20 can get very blurry, but you should never be looking at it as an opportunity to take more control.
If someone had a way to incorporate the receipt into the mechanics of the game, I would be all for it. Reply Solomon Foster on October 11, at If an item is important to your character concept, you pay points for it.
If you pay points for it and it gets lost, you can find it again under normal circumstances, though it may take time and effort.
If the GM decides the sword has been unforged or something like that, you get the 15 points back. What if the GM fries your character concept during play?
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