These are used as a collective playbook accessible by all players, and often able to supply replacement characters. The kind of coterie playbook chosen also determines the kind of campaign you will be playing.
Breakdown of a Playbook
Mission Types - The kinds of missions best suited for this playbook
- Your current stats for its use which include:
- a flag to remind everyone in the coterie that they have an unfinished paradox usually created with an untethered flashback
. If the untethered flashback is resolved, clear this flag. If a second one is made wlie this flag is checked - everyone in the coterie receives a mark of Completion
and then the flag is cleared.
While Paradox is checked - you have no access to Metatime
which means everyone must be in the same time period.
Moves - Every playbook starts with the moves
Base - the signature advantage of using this as a base
Travel - how you travel in time and space
Recruitment - how you get replacement characters
Advances - Flux earned through completing scenarios can be spent to improve this playbook
- Missions are mostly be related to who they stole it from and the reasons why you did it
- the official most often used method of travel/base. It’s there for specific espionage missions with an end goal in mind.
- Unlike the first two this is usually stationary. This is for more diplomatic and clandestine missions with lower profiles, often in civilisations of lower Tier.
A Minute in London
- this is inside the main Faction base. Again stationary, but with a lot more access to resources - and the missions are more dangerous and often involving the destiny of the Faction itself.
factionpbta/players/coterie/start.txt · Last modified: 2020/06/02 20:57 (external edit)