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battle_high [2015/03/05 02:31]
JasonP [STAR MOTIVE]
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 Every hero born under a star title has a reason for attending Battle High! This is something compelling, something interesting,​ something dramatic!. Every hero born under a star title has a reason for attending Battle High! This is something compelling, something interesting,​ something dramatic!.
  
-  * **Cooking up a Tasty Motive**: A proper motive really needs to be motivating, it is the reason that even in the face of adversity your hero isn't going to just drop out of Battle High! and go to some nice school in the south where the girls wear bikinis to class. It needs to be delicious, dark, and satisfying. You want the other players to go "oh damn" when it comes up in play. It does not need to be public however, but it will most likely come out in play (when it does you get bonuses in a Crucible for instance). If Zenith sent a black squad to murder your sister and it happened in your room right next to your hero in the middle of the night, well now that is motivation. See? However, the Stray Narrator has a duty to make dry motivations juicy with liberal applications of "fuck your hero". Even if you end up with "​Polaris transferred to Battle High! because her family moved into town" rest assured the Stray Narrator is going to involve your family into the story in unfortunate ways.+  * **Cooking up a Tasty Motive**: A proper motive really needs to be motivating, it is the reason that even in the face of adversity your hero isn't going to just drop out of Battle High! and go to some nice school in the south where the girls wear bikinis to class. It needs to be delicious, dark, and satisfying. You want the other players to go "oh damn" when it comes up in play. It does not need to be public however, but it will most likely come out in play (when it does you get bonuses in a Crucible for instance). If Zenith sent a black squad to murder your hero'​s ​sister and it happened in the bedroom ​right next to your hero in the middle of the night, well now that is motivation. See? However, the Stray Narrator has a duty to make dry motivations juicy with liberal applications of "fuck your hero". Even if you end up with "​Polaris transferred to Battle High! because her family moved into town" rest assured the Stray Narrator is going to involve your family into the story in unfortunate ways.
  
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