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Thank you, this is a really wonderful review!

Re: that final d6 roll, it's almost closer to a lyric game mechanic than a conventional one, but my intent with it was to be a bit subversive.

The d6 doesn't actually tell you what happens next, so either things freeze eternally in that moment, or you decide. And you can decide mechanically---treating a higher roll as better than a lower one and adding in modifiers based on how your story unfolded---or you break free of the mechanics and go with your heart.

Edit: realized belatedly that I should clarify that any of these outcomes are fine. If the game freezeframes in that final moment, or if it's resolved mechanically, or if the mechanics are thrown out, all of these are intended outcomes.