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Old June 5th, 2017, 03:25 PM
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Default Guiding the players to the adventure

So as I gear up for my session tomorrow, I have a thought question for folks.

How do you encourage PCs to use an ATV to get to the adventure site (and this have those nifty animal encounters and such) rather than use an Air/Raft, the ship's shuttle, or even the ship itself?

I could lean on the 4 seat capacity of an Air/Raft, and at least an Air/Raft wouldn't totally eliminate the encounters. On the other hand, how hard is it to bypass the 4 seat capacity utilizing the 4 tons of cargo...

I'm not going to use techniques like "oops, you Air/Raft is broken and you can't get a spare part for a week".

One assumes it''s highly frowned upon to land one's ship other than at the star port, but what are the consequences?
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