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Fantasy Craft / Re: Questions
« Last post by SilvercatMoonpaw on June 21, 2016, 06:38:45 AM »
No, it's the condition. To be invisible, you have to be hidden and then move. Every round.
This is continued from here and a few posts before.

I've been informed Invisible is a contentious condition.  To me it makes perfect sense: you move and you gain another condition.  I'm not seeing the problem, other than it's a pain to have to move every time someone figures out where you are.

Maybe its possibly an issue of how literally one takes the label of "invisible": I figure it's just a name that can be used to mean anything that would fit.  Or how one thinks about the amount of un-visibility the condition represents: I figure that just because you're invisible it's not impossible to know where you are and thus target you (especially given the enhanced senses some Species have).
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I think it's just going to be one of those systems that has a dedicated fan base and then no one else knows about.

In our local FLGS (we finally got one!  Woot!), its a WOTC / Paizo church.  We go to give the shop some business just to hopefully keep it around and open, but everything we play gets that weird look.  Like you're a New York City guy walking into a backwoods 'bama diner.  Shadowrun?  Netrunner?  FantasyCraft?  The hell you boys talkin' about!  We got Pokemon, MTG, D&D5 and Pathfinder!  (Strangely, my RPG table is bigger than their's.. yet still a stand off..)  But it is what it is... on the upside, look at that Kickstarter go!  WOO!  lol
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No, it's the condition. To be invisible, you have to be hidden and then move. Every round.
Going to take this back to its original thread (Questions) so we're not threadjacking.
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I think it's just going to be one of those systems that has a dedicated fan base and then no one else knows about.
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Not a whole lot we can do about it outside of shilling for it on internet tabletop websites. I think I've got at least a few people to pick it up.
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No, it's the condition. To be invisible, you have to be hidden and then move. Every round.
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So the difficulty isn't with the condition, it's with this specific application of it?
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...like how monetary aid has almost no influence on parent happiness, while subsidized child care and vacation time/sick leave are the biggest contributers to happiness.
http://qz.com/708438/the-parenting-happiness-gap-is-real-new-research-confirms/
https://contemporaryfamilies.org/brief-parenting-happiness/
As a parent, can confirm. When your child hits school age, all your holidays go to school holiday care and you don't get any of your own holiday time for literally years. Likewise for subsidized child care.
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Turns out you make parents happier when you've got social policies in place to aid and support in raising children, who knew? (Not the USA, apparently...)
Flippant digs aside, there's some interesting stuff in here, like how monetary aid has almost no influence on parent happiness, while subsidized child care and vacation time/sick leave are the biggest contributers to happiness.
http://qz.com/708438/the-parenting-happiness-gap-is-real-new-research-confirms/
https://contemporaryfamilies.org/brief-parenting-happiness/
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