The Mirror. On a plain of shattered glass stands a mirror, six meters tall and three meters wide. It has a reflective surface on both sides. Anyone or anything that touches the mirror surface will find that it meets no resistance and can pass through as if there was nothing there. However at the same time they will also appear from the opposite side of the mirror. The two simulacra are identical. Neither of them will show a reflection in mirrors. Objects can easily be duplicated this way, but what happens when a living being walks through the mirror? How does a person react when their uniqueness is destroyed? How does a character feel about an identical copy who not only knows his or her every secret, but can also lay claim to his or her life and relations? The GM or another player takes on the role of one copy, and decides how it reacts to meeting its mirror image.
The Mirror. On a plain of shattered glass stands a mirror, six meters tall and three meters wide. It has a reflective surface on both sides. Anyone or anything that touches the mirror surface will find that it meets no resistance and can pass through as if there was nothing there. However at the same time they will also appear from the opposite side of the mirror. The two simulacra are identical. Neither of them will show a reflection in mirrors. Objects can easily be duplicated this way, but what happens when a living being walks through the mirror? How does a person react when their uniqueness is destroyed? How does a character feel about an identical copy who not only knows his or her every secret, but can also lay claim to his or her life and relations? The GM or another player takes on the role of one copy, and decides how it reacts to meeting its mirror image.