Right-o. This idea came to me on Christmas Eve, and I've been turning it over in my head ever since. I'm grasping at straws, and I know I could construct a good story out of it. I'm just not sure which direction would be the best to take it in, because there are so many different possibilities open to me. The basic concept is this: what if luck were a physical, tangible commodity? What if it was something you could put in your pocket? Something that could be bought and sold, lost and gambled, traded and stolen? I know, it's not much right now, but there's a ton of potential underneath the surface. I think I'd like to set whatever story results from this in modern times. But there are so many different directions to go: the down-on-his-luck gambler, the guy who's about to pull the biggest luck heist in history, the young student who finds a duffel full of luck on his way home...I want to explore how physical luck could affect many different facets of life, but I don't want it to be the entire story. Does anyone have any ideas of where I could go with this thing?