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Kat Kuhl is a living spell cast by the Urwitch to summon beautiful stories into this world. She possesses the intellect of any three men of genius, a comprehensive knowledge of all things that never were, and eyes of a deeply hypnotic quality that strike fear into the hearts of the wicked.
4 comments on Episode Thirteen
It might be worth pointing out that the Force Die has 7 dark side faces, and 5 light side faces (though the total number of light and dark pips are the same).
So, if you use it for things like Tamlin’s force powers, or “How does throwing the ship into a spin work out for us?” chances are things will go wrong. Which, all things considered, is probably pretty fitting for the crew of the Mynock.
I love the show and all the characters, but I feel like you go really easy on the boys in this episode, they get away with soo much. Also D’Amato gets real teste sometimes, kinda to the point of almost bullying. Also a lot of out of character jokes in these last couple episodes is making this go pretty slow and sucks all the drama out of the story. I still love this show but I hope the future episodes pick up a bit.
Don’t get me wrong D’Amato is excellent and his character is really sophisticated and cool and it’s not easy playing the straight man while also being funny. But he is a strong personality and swings that weight around rules lawyering on some points and pushing to break the rules with others. He also gets real annoyed when anything bad happens to his character like you can hear the edge in his voice he just has to win for some reason.
So you get this narrative game where someone isn’t very willing to play into dramatic failure and this crunchy game where the fear is gone with these guys they know your not gonna kill them so they get away with the dumbest stuff.
I mean all that with a super large amount of love we’ve all done that shit now and again but i’ve also GMed with that kinda stuff and it’s really stressful and hard and Kat doesn’t seem to mind but it still feels kinda mean. <3 <3 <3
I believe and I could be wrong, if there’s no gravity, there would be no inertial for them to get flung around with. The ship would rotate around them, with them inside. They wouldn’t be flung around with the ship, the walls of the ship would very rapidly crash into them and turn them into space mush.
I mean, if you’re gonna argue the effects of air and the vacuum, might as well mention this right? Just for future reference…