Wait, did you read that in the thread cause I don’t remember adding that in the story yet?
That’ll probably depend on the player. A lot of the backstory is scripted and devoid of choices, so I like to put in a few when possible.
I like that quite a bit too, and not just because I heave a weakness for power fantasies. Makes me feel slightly unique.
I’d probably scratch the ‘almost’ part of that statement. It’s pretty funny, and tragic. I never found real life to have a consistent tone so why should my game? Most of the time in reality land, I can’t tell when I’m supposed to laugh or cry or do some twisted hybrid.
Oh hey, someone who knows about Daemoniacus!
I like this sentence.
Nothing else to say.
Well, they’d need a Top Secret security clearance for starters. Then they’d have to have an actual interest in helping, unlike the therapists she did see (like Patel), and then they’d have to be able to keep the MC under wraps for a few years.
And that’s be less fun.
No prob, bob.
Hmm…well, our leads could always operate on the hope that maybe, if they don’t bring it up, nobody else will.