[PnP] per Digest #151, No. 5 -re: experience for peaceful solutions

Wout Broere broere at powersandperils.org
Tue Oct 9 00:19:37 CEST 2018

Most non-violent solutions use a skill of some sort, and could reward 
expertise in that skill, or use problem solving an could reward 
according to the problem solving system.

So I don't think it is true there is no reward in p&p. It is true that 
the reward for violence is often greater. But then the same was true for 
most d&d campaigns even if the system (or the specific edition) did not 
reward kills but amunt of gold collected.

On 08-10-18 19:51, Bessie Hadley wrote:
> If it's true that pnp provides no points for non-violent solutions (which I have kinda overlooked at this point), perhaps we could devise a small reward based on the importance of the situation solved. The GM could provide a system of experience points that would provide bonuses to Empathy & Eloquence, the factors in Influence Chance. After all, if one rolls lucky on IC, why not success points like combat points or magic points?
> I'm just thinking aloud on this - I feel the universe groaning around me - lol.
> Bess L. Hadley
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