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There are many role play gaming systems, and many devote perhaps too much attention to combat, while missing out on another important type of action: the chase. True, there many be some RPG systems that at least give some hint as to how to resolve a chase, but this is an area neglected in general.
In this video I talk about three types of situation which require at least half-decent rules. I have also come up with rules for a fourth: racing - where upon catching the man in front, the intent is to overtake rather than merely catch, and then pull ahead.
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Role Play Gaming's Missing Rule
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