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11-05-2011 @ 2:17AM
^This!This: "Complexity does not directly correlate to difficulty." on the other hand, is complete BS. The more that is going on, the more ways for someone to screw up. The more people screw up, the more difficult the encounter is for everyone else, assuming it doesn't instantly mean a wipe. Worse, once stuff starts going wrong, people more easily fall behind in their OODA loop; this leads to cascading bad moves. It gets even worse when folks outright panic.Even worse, complexity can lead to RNG completely screwing the players over, because abilities happen to synergize and there's just nothing you can do.
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