Problem-Solving Characters

version 2 by Ron Newcomb

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  • Section 13 - the Property rules
    [ If the above corrects for assuming something has properties it doesn’t, these correct for assuming a lack of properties that actually are in attendance. “Scenery”, “fixed in place”, “concealed/undescribed”, “on-stage”, “adjacent”… or just solid oak. ] [
    When hindered by the can't take scenery rule:
    When hindered by the can't pull scenery rule:
    When hindered by the can't push scenery rule:
    When hindered by the can't turn scenery rule:
    When hindered by the can't take what's fixed in place rule:
    When hindered by the can't pull what's fixed in place rule:
    When hindered by the can't push what's fixed in place rule:
    When hindered by the can't turn what's fixed in place rule:
    When hindered by the can't go through undescribed doors rule:
    When hindered by the can't take items out of play rule:
    When hindered by the can't go that way rule:
    When hindered by the can't go through closed doors rule:
    ]
    [ And finally, that definition of gravity I promised. ] [
    When hindered by the can't push vertically rule:
    ]
    Problem-Solving Characters ends here.