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Reading through The Watch and feeling a bit nervous about the between-mission bits (I.e. “most of the game”).

For those of you who’ve played, is there worthwhile prep to do for those parts, or do the mission consequences tend to snowball into enough stuff back at camp that I needn’t worry?

The examples in the books have things about the fort being attacked or the squad caught in enemy territory.

@fionawhim I haven't played it a ton, but in my limited experience, it might be good to prep for the first one or two. After that, the PCs should have enough going on to stay busy.

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