> This is going off at something of a tangent, I know, but "most
> appropriate" could be something of a problem here, if taken ultra-
> literally. Would the group actually have to use some "very
> appropriate" ability that a group member just happens to have at
> some very modest level? Or would another group member that has a
> much higher ability, even taking a suitable applicability/
> appropriateness modifier into account, be allowed in?
> I know I've always used the latter interpretation, but I'm curious
> if other groups would insist on a more "rigorous" interpretation
> of "most appropriate".
While the group is made up mostly of role players and story tellers (I'm largely a powergamer!), most appropriate does usually (but not always) map to the highest skill after improvisation modifiers.
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