Another episode where Rach and Rich answer questions from listeners about playing PbtA games
1:06 - From James Mullen: if the Moves I've picked from a playbook turn out to be sub-optimal for where the story is going, what should I do? Stick with them, ask the MC if I can select new Moves or ask the MC to shift the story so that I can use the Moves I've picked?
8:22 - From David LaFreniere: How should players best facilitate their characters interacting in a hostile way? Follow up, how can the MC help facilitate or, if the game situation/system seems appropriate, encourage players to have their characters engage in hostile ways?
18:20 - From Marc-Alexandre Dube - What materials could the player use to easily organize the information about the character. PbtA abstracts a lot of things, but most moves from most playbooks are a case of "specific over general". Which mean (you'd need to) memorize all the chosen playbook moves on top of the general moves (and the special moves).
27:41 - Marshall Miller asked several questions!
28:03 - What are the best PbtA games for kids?
30:07 - Which are the best PbtA games for PbF?
33:10 - What's the best PbtA game for 1 player + 1 MC?
39:41 - What's the best PbtA game for a large group (e.g. 8+)?
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