I'm pretty interested in what people are doing with the new Numenera core books. The following survey is an opportunity to share what's going on at your table (or what you'd like to be going on) so that we can get a community poll.
This survey will be up until November 2, 2018.
I would love to follow up with questions if you're willing.
Do you use communities in your campaign?
The players are actively building up a community as we speak.
The players sometimes support a community but less than half the time.
Only NPCs are building communities in the campaign.
Nope, I'm not interested in using the community rules in Numenera.
One person would definitely like to use the community rules, but other people in the group aren't interested.
Are you running a Destiny Campaign or a Discovery Campaign?
Half and Half.
How do you feel about the types in Destiny and Discovery?
I like them all.
Only the Destiny types for me.
I prefer the wright, delve, and arkus but I like the classics too.
I still like the glaive, jack, and nano but the others are good too.
Only the Discovery types for me.
Why did they change the glaive, jack, and nano? I liked the old versions!
How much crafting goes on in your campaign?
Not really any.
Some, when we're not doing normal adventurer stuff.
A ton, it's like a whole side game.
One person does it a lot and everyone else pretty much ignores it.
How much salvaging goes on in your campaign?
Not really any.
Some to make some extra cash or when the opportunity presents itself.
We do it all the time, just to see what useful stuff is around.
One person is really into it and the rest of us have to wait while they do it.
We don't really use it. The characters get materials in other ways.
How much do you use iotum in your campaign?
Yes, we use it as written.
Yes, but we abstract it instead of having the specific types.
Yes, but we mostly use it for non-crafting purposes.
One person would like to use it but the rest of the group doesn't want to.
Anything else you'd like to share about how you're using Destiny and Discovery?
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