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Here's an odd-ish question. I have a few friends who - for legal reasons - can't use the internet. I want them to be able to play and participate in the playtest, and that is easy (this is still a pencil-and-paper RPG). But if they want to add their voice to the surveys, I'm going to have to essentially print out the questionnaire and type in their responses. And I'm fine with this.
Unfortunately, I'm worried that responses may be email-blocked or something of the like, and so I may not be able to add their voice to the playtest. As the GM for these adventures, I want to be able to run the game for my 4 players, have them do the survey, and have all their voices count even though I had a few people write their response on paper and added it in later. So is this going to be feasible? Or am I going to be stuck with saying "Yeah I had 4 people play but you only get 3 survey responses"?
Thanks in advance.
P.S. And while I do know a few people who are currently incarcerated who would like to get in on the playtest, doing that would be a headache of its own... :(