I haven't been in for a while, but there are so many different circumstances which lead to difference of opinions and basically perceptions on the rule itself. If it's dark in-game (If that still occurs) and I initiate on someone just inside of VOIP in front of him, he clearly hears me but because visibility is impaired because of the dark, he doesn't have to comply? And I mean, if the intentions are completely obvious, enough time has given but the victim is gonna go along the attitude of "Pfft, I can't see you so why should I comply" is completely flawed and dancing on ruleplay. If the initiator from behind cover clearly says "Hey, you with the orange boonie, stick em' up" then there's no confusion that it's him and nothing wrong at all. Why change a pretty black and white rule of "Initiations must be clear and unambiguous" to something that can be different perceived by GameMasters. Is there a minimum time I get before I can come back and initiate on someone? Does the interaction have to be taking place at the time for me to initiate? I just find it bizarre to change something that isn't broke. If this is to change the frequent initiation mentality, it'll only make it worse in my opinion.
You gonna go red now?
Played through 3 hours of Metro Exodus to find the save file either disappeared or just upped and left.