I'm not sure i can, to be honest.higgins wrote: Make a game report thread after the first session!
There was very little testing of the actual mechanics, my players didn't really take the game seriously... as my rounds usually do, it kinda devolved into slapstick very quickly.
I learned a few things, like for example how BoB/S&S's mission statement just goes counter to what... "Normie" Roleplaying-Gamers expect. like, my friend here explicitly said he likes the "starting as a noob" thing D&D, TDE, and probably thousand other games do, as well as not having the player characters know each other prior to the first game session...
Another problem seemed to be that people really can't work with a non-standard fantasy world. They don't take the game seriously because they don't know anything about it, hence the devolving into slapstick. Now for me this is a grave realization, because i loathe, loathe, LOATHE "standard"--or should i say kitchen sink style--fantasy.
So all in all i also learned a lot about myself; although my players, and also myself, had a lot of fun, personally i for one thing haven't reached my goals and for another thing realized the problems with what i want to do, problems i don't think i can solve. All in all, i don't see myself running any game again in the foreseeable future.