However, seeming coincidences you later discover to be carefully manipulated by someone can be VERY good.
And might serve to get the party into a whole new kind of trouble.
And seeming coincidences that later seem to be carefully manipulated by someone, but it turns out that all this manipulation was also just a coincidence, is good or bad?
That calls for lampshading after the fact.
It's the opposite in real life...
Yeah but not in video games - I always thought that breaking out of a dungeon is more exciting than sitting on a chair waiting for your crops to grow, at least in video games
Well, some days, I just want to sit back and watch the farm thrive, y'know... Daring escapes and heroic rescues become kind of a chore in the long run.
Yeah, that's why several games even HAVE a farming system
Alright, in fairness, I'm talking more about playing a few hours of Stardew Valley in-between my bouts of Skyrim or whatever.
I don't like waiting though
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