I'd be super interested! The Playbooks I'm most interested in are as follows (in no particular order)
5. Maestro'D (limited edition playbook) (right, no limited edition books, gotcha!)
A few questions:
1. I really like Non-con scenes, are those kosher in this game, or will I just get killed/eaten? I'm not particularly into the latter, but I can totally accept the threat of them if the former is a part of the game... I'd just like to know if non-con is a thing I can reasonably expect in this game or not. It's not a requirement, as I love AW and really want to play a game of it regardless.
2. Playing a savvyhead: I really like to play up the weird techno-magic side of that playbook, especially with creating tech. However, I know that can change the dynamic and feel of the game, so I'd just like to know what your thoughts are on that.
For example, If I make a Savvyhead, I'd be interested in using my workshop to make holographic projector body piercings that can display different types of fashion over me. the fashion they can display is tiny (the projectors are facial piercings, nipple piercings, genital piercings and a couple lower back surface piercings... and they can only display holograms a few centimeters), transparent, and has no actual substance. I'd like to be able to use it for assistance, if the fashion projected is one that fits the action being taken. Essentially the knowledge and skill associated with that fashion that resides in the Psychic maelstrom can be tapped and used. So if I had a Nurse outfit projected on the character, I could make a roll for assistance with being a nurse, performing nurse actions, and using knowledge of a nurse... such as attempting to stabilize a bleeding person.
The move would probably look something like this.
Holographic Projection Piercing
When you project fashion on yourself, detail it and roll+weird. On a 10+ mark experience and take a +1 if you take actions that are in the character of that fashion. On a 7Ė9, take a +1 if you act in the character of the fashion, and act under fire if you donít. On a miss, act under fire if you donít act in the character of the fashion.
Now if this is something that you would NOT be interested in, as it would deviate from your vision of the game, or the type of feel you want for it, it's totally cool, I'll just choose a brainer, battlebabe or Skinner instead. I just want to be upfront so that if I do take the savvyhead, I'm not let down... not that I'm demanding or require anything like this.