And that while they grew up with games that could be paused and saved or the ability to avoid characters that are annoying... mom grew up with games that HAD to be won in a single run, and that damned dog snickering every 90 seconds.
I can't wait for the day they try to challenge me in fencing or archery, then.
And how they will handle training in the One Power in general or audience exposition to its many, many, many, many, many intricancies.
WoT's magic system is still one of my favorites in fantasy, and I think it translates particularly well to a visual depiction. They have already done well with that imo, so as long as they don't try to dumb it down or stumble hard this actually isn't one of my concerns personally!
And I know most people might not agree with me, but I think it is scarier if people like this think they are doing the right thing than if these were cases (Rittenhouse included) of murderers looking for someone to kill.
Actually, that's the one thing I've agreed with you about in... I can't remember how long. Definitely scarier and much more troubling.
@greenflashlight I know some people can tell based on how someone acts, but in the context of my question someone simply looking to recruit sure isn't going to be taking the time to dig that deeply into anything when it comes to a player's gender.
My vampire's sheet was written before the HR'ed benchmarks were put in place for Resources, so I ended up spending XP to adjust Resources upward a dot to get in line with the new benchmarks. I think my justification was literally something like "finally figured out how to open her late sire's bitcoin wallet."