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10th Feb 2015, 6:00 AM
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Seventh Sense
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Newbiespud 10th Feb 2015, 6:00 AM edit delete
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It's natural, when the party is split, for the rest of the players to want to come running when trouble's going down. Even if there's no way for them to know.

Personally, I tend to be lenient about it when it can be finagled, since the alternative is players being left out of the action more often than not. But when I want to raise the stakes, I reserve the right to say, "No, you don't magically show up in time. This is happening now."

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Beaches 10th Feb 2015, 6:11 AM edit delete reply
That happened to me plenty of times in my game. My player was always at the back of the line because she was a cleric and the rest of the party didn't want her to get hurt in battle. Yet, I was also the one who always fell into the hidden doors, down the pit trap, or trip and fell into a rear ambush. The rest of the team couldn't just magic their way to me, and had to take time from hacking and slashing to save me. :D
Jannard 10th Feb 2015, 11:50 AM edit delete reply