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Postby ldrn1121 » March 24th, 2007, 9:08 pm

I had planned on confining my 13 y/o party to the basement, would it be better to open it to the main floor also. Would this be beneficial to the game? And I see that people have added card games to the party how do you incorporate this in without stepping out of character or straying from the purpose of the game? I am just getting nervous about keeping 20-25 13y/o captivated.
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Postby 2coolbaby » March 24th, 2007, 9:59 pm

Don't worry, they will have a blast. We just LOVE incorporating a casino into our parties. People do not get distracted and a lot of big deals happen at the tables. Everyone stays in character and they use their game money at the tables too. One of the games goals is to acquire the most wealth.

If it is possible you might want to open up the room. It is not a requirement, but it is nice to have more than one room to roam in. It can be done in one room, but it is easier to plot and scheme in at least a semi-private area. Just need a little roaming room, even if it is just outside to a deck.
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