That is teh awesome. #BillRocks You do realize you are going to do this every issue, right?
You'll Go Blind Googling Yourself
When you scroll up and down your hashtag for hours, or after making a scene, roll+Superior. On a hit, the wholesome memes are me gusta : hold 1 Fan, and spend it at any time for sudden, reasonable civilian assistance.
On a 10+, both of these are true; on a 7-9, choose one:
* I never read the comments. Don't immediately give Influence to "The Internet."
* DM for info. You're informed of a lead or opportunity relevant to your heroic identity.
On a miss, you start typing. Why are you typing. Don't do that. Don't post that. Why did you post that? Immediately give Influence to "The Internet," and the GM holds 1 Hatefollow that can be spent at any time to unexpectedly complicate a civilian interaction.
I'll do something like this, maybe. This was a writing exercise to get into the mindset. Any feedback will help me for next time, especially from those of you who hear more from kids than I do. :)
(Note: The thing at the morning show isn't done yet, so this move isn't relevant. Yet.)
Out of curiosity, Bill, is there a cool tool for mocking up posts like that, or is that simply dedicated photoshopping?
There's a ton. The one that did everything I needed, though, is here: http://www.prankmenot.com/?twitter_tweet
And, Doyce, I am so adding that Move to my character sheet.
*** Dave H. said: And, Doyce, I am so adding that Move to my character sheet. I'll have it up as a reference doc in the Roll20. :)
@TrollForInitiative ... priceless.
*** Dave H. said: @TrollForInitiative ... priceless. I assume his villain name is either Edgelord or Top Kek