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However, because of the universal nature of the Invention system, along with its high-tech sci-fi presentation, it was only suitable as part of the fictional activity of a certain set of character types that fit within its limits, meaning that players with character concepts outside the scientific genius type could only really use the Invention system on an abstract basis, rather than having a system that acknowledged their character concepts within the game setting.
Everything about the way that they functioned was totally serviceable for the goal of letting players buy and sell items — but in the context of a comic book game, the concept as a part of the fictional world was very out of place, with characters, regardless of their concept, gathering together in one place to trade often abstract items with no narrative purpose.
This made it one of the parts of CoH where it unfortunately became a game with a comic book theme — where conventional game systems and mechanics are implemented with a coat of comic book paint - rather than an actual comic book game, where all the mechanics and systems are designed and evolved from the comic book genre itself.
A good example from CoH would be the hospitals and the accompanying fiction of the teleport system for pulling seriously injured characters out of danger and bringing them to a place of safety.
Additionally it created an extra layer of storytelling problems further down the line, when events like the death of Statesman had to simply ignore the hospital teleport system to tell the story.Nov 17, · Heroes & Villains Fanzine Get your fix of all things Claret & Blue by subscribing to the online version!
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