Started by persephone325, July 28, 2016, 11:05:31 PM
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Quote from: Cassandra LeMay on July 29, 2016, 04:06:09 AMIn situations like this I usually rely on a coin toss or roll a die. Not because I want to randomize my choice, but because how I react to the result usually tells me something I wasn't consciously aware of before.Either I look at the result of the coin toss (or dice roll) and feel that I am happy with the result, or I look at the result and start wondering if maybe I should maybe toss the coin again and go with a "best two out of three" result. If it's the latter case I drop that idea and run with the other one. It may sound like a silly idea, but it really helps me to focus, as it forces me to stop worrying and wondering and turns a "maybe" into a concrete "yes or no" decision.
Quote from: persephone325 on July 29, 2016, 04:11:30 AMBut, what do you do if you start up the game and it winds up that no one is interested?
Quote from: Cassandra LeMay on July 29, 2016, 05:17:19 AMThere are limits to how much and how often you can bump your thread, but there is no rule that I am aware of that forbids you from using "surrogates" to give your thread a gentle nudge now and then. It will also tell people that you are trusted to run a game.
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