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Author Topic: [Mage the Ascension] any Actual Play examples of Seekings?  (Read 1563 times)

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[Mage the Ascension] any Actual Play examples of Seekings?
« on: November 07, 2008, 02:15:18 AM »
This is the kind of question that I should ask on ShadowNEssence, but just in case anyone here has a nifty example of Actual Play of a "Seeking" from Mage: the Ascension, I'd like to hear about it.

Even if it's just a write-up you spotted somewhere else on the web, that would be of interest.  First-hand accounts are likewise welcome.  

I'm afraid it's been forever since I've run or played M:theAsc, and I don't have very clear memories of Seekings.  At any rate, we didn't have many Seekings in any of our chronicles.

Thanks.
"By their way of thinking, gold and experience goes[sic] much further when divided by one. Such shortsighted individuals are quick to stab their fellow players in the back if they think it puts them ahead. They see the game solely as a contest between themselves and their fellow players.  How sad.  Clearly the game is a contest between the players and the GM.  Any contest against your fellow party members is secondary." Hackmaster Player's Handbook