This is an old article by Rob Donoghue talking about what to do when people freeze at the table.
The usual advice given here, when people can’t seem to answer a question usually was: Give them 2 possibilities to choose from with a “or something else?”. Reading this article, it occurred to me that this might be a bad thing. It deprives the player of a choice basically if they take one of your options. That is not their idea. It is not their vision.
What do you guys think?
(Found this by listening to old episode of the Narrative Control Podcast by Sean Nittner)