I have a question about the “perilous journey” move. The trailblazer may reduce the time it takes to get to the destination, and the quartermaster may reduce rations used up. But “Distances in Dungeon World are measured in rations. A ration is the amount of supplies used up in a day. Journeys take more rations when they are long or when travel is slow.” (p. 75)
So if the time is reduced, does that mean that rations used up are? Are those role narratively doing something different that are mechanically the same (in one way; arriving faster can have some other important impact, for example). Not that it is bad, but I’m a bit confused, since the book does not say explicitely that the trailblazer reduce the number of ration, but definitely imply it, since it says that a longer journey would use more.