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  1. #131
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    Re: (OOC and Interest Check 3ed) Task Force Gamma

    I'll post tonight for sure

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    Re: (OOC and Interest Check 3ed) Task Force Gamma

    If this game is toast, then it should probably be removed from the game list. It has the feel of a game that is peetering out.

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    Re: (OOC and Interest Check 3ed) Task Force Gamma

    Given its been nearly 2 weeks since a GM post in response to a post that required one, I figured the game was over.

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    Re: (OOC and Interest Check 3ed) Task Force Gamma

    Was that our fault for wanting more recon?

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    Re: (OOC and Interest Check 3ed) Task Force Gamma

    At this point, we did all we could I think. We could have charged in of course, but the same info would still have been required plus it would have violated the ic personalities of some of the PC's.

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    Re: (OOC and Interest Check 3ed) Task Force Gamma

    It's not the PCs fault. It's a GMs duty to control the pace and role-playing depth of the game. Remember, this is the 2nd game that Coolman started that died an early death. He probably needs to play some games as a PC, see how successful GMs control the flow and narrative of a game, then try to GM. GMing is the hardest part of M&M. Oh well....

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    Re: (OOC and Interest Check 3ed) Task Force Gamma

    I can echo the difficulty of GMing. PBP is especially hard as keeping the pace going with geographicly diverse players and having sufficient contingencies in place takes some work. On top of that, not all PBP players are terribly reliable all the time(me included at times although I try to be forthright with the GM).

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