“To Each His Own” Session 7: “Dear Dr Klime, Ponterbee Station exploded and it’s all your fault”

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Session 7

The session in which the players solve a mystery in an unexpected way and an important NPC is forced to take massive stress damage.This session went really well. I had set up the first part of Ponterbee station to have this weird mystery. Best part? The mystery was one paragraph of notes. Proof that the best sessions happen when you take a hands-free approach to any goal you set up for the players. I will be discussing the problems of railroading very…very soon.

Also, huge props to the player of Joshua, who found an ingenious use for the ghostrider module. I never stopped to think that it might be used as a method for discussing with backups or killed people. There will be several moments in future sessions where I literally had to make up characters on the spot because Joshua popped their stack into the module.

 

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About Albedosrighthand

A young writer who treads the line between gamer and literary nutball.
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2 Responses to “To Each His Own” Session 7: “Dear Dr Klime, Ponterbee Station exploded and it’s all your fault”

  1. Edward DuBois says:

    Couple of minor problems: in the bullet points of things Klime told us when we met it says “He tells them that their main duty will be to monitor the GM Slice since the other areas have been damaged by a micro-meteorite shower and are currently inn” at which point it just trails off.
    Also, the last line of the write up says “He holded like a cheap IKEA chair”, I assume it should be “folded”.

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