I've bought this game last week and am really digging it. I've read it through a few times now and I think I'm finally understanding how to play. I think enough has been said about the layout of the book to not go in to that here, but I have some other comments/suggestions. I know that there is an example of play on this site as downloadable content, but I think the book really needs it. Hopefully if it fits, I think it should be included (and maybe remove the parts of the intro that are gone through later in detail).
Anywho, on to my suggestion: I think what would be really helpful would be a true solo event, meaning no watcher and only one player (in the tradition of the D&D Red Box). This solo event would have a set data file for the player, which could be a somewhat stripped down version of a regular data file. The event would kind of hand hold the player through the character sheet and the game.
I am in the situation right now that I want to introduce this game to my gaming group (which plays mostly d20 games and some GURPS). I am not 100% sure that I am ready to play it with the group and don't want to spoil it by not doing it well.
What does everyone think?
Last edited by swirv
on Sun May 20, 2012 10:44 am, edited 1 time in total.