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How should we deal with the “Ring” situation? Leave your comments below!
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4 thoughts on “Episode 01: What Should We Write About? – LMM Podcast”
If you go with the plan to hand out rings as the audience enters… Perhaps you could plant one ring under someones seat and then have the characters get the audience to look for the last ring at the end? Maybe a villain planted the ring because he thought he wanted to ruin the fundraiser but then has a change of heart and admits he planted it?
In gaming, you’re not going to get ALL the rings. Unless you are a perfectionist. I never got all the rings in Sonic, but you can still gain life, even if you don’t get all the rings. So, maybe your goal is to get all but 5 of the rings, that way if there are sticklers in the audience who don’t want to give up their rings, you can still obtain your goal. I think having a plant or two in the audience would be good – someone to start off giving their ring and then someone to give the last ring at the right time. Great way to involve younger siblings who can’t be in the show.
Great ideas, thanks for the comment!
Aida was renamed:)