Quick question that came up elsewhere:

With a Concession, you can't undercut the other side's victory.  So, if the other side's goal is "I want to cross the bridge", and you Concede out, they get to cross the bridge.

Now, what if the other side's goal is "I'm going to kill you" ?  (Granted, that's not normally the case, but in some cases it will be.)  In that case, is a Concession even on the table (without some sort of sweetener like FP, other info, etc.)?  Or can the GM simply declare "'I want to kill you' isn't a valid Conflict goal" ?

(I have my personal opinion on this, this is more of a Hive Mind query than anything)