We should be endeavoring to ease the burden on the health care system, right?
We need consult actuaries/data to learn what extraneous activities put one at higher than normal risk of hospitalization, say a standard deviation above the mean, and everyone should stop doing those things, whatever they are.
We know COVID patients will need beds, equipment, personnel, etc. We should avoid needing those resources for broken ankles from pogo-sticking or whatever.
COVID-19 food safety resource
I felt like this was straightforward and covered a lot of bases. I liked the acknowledgement that those who were food insecure before are likely to suffer most now.
"Okay, here's the scenario. You are a crew member on a starship."
"Space travel is slow, you'll be stuck with your crewmates a long time."
"So we must get along."
"Yes. Communicate, listen, share limited resources."
"I can do that. What's the starship called?"
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories
FATE Core GM musing
My party is very large, around 9. Fortunately, everyone seems
engaged and to be having fun.
Unfortunately, I worry that I'm not providing enough challenge to keep things exciting. I've upscaled the encounters each session, until, last time, we had a bandit raid on a caravan that looked like we were playing a wargame with miniatures instead of a TTRPG.
Theoretically the more interesting social stuff will start next session.
An interesting on COVID-19, testing, and Bayes' Rule.
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