This feels like such an obvious question that I feel it must have been addressed in the rules or on here, but I couldn’t track down a clear answer.
My character in our BitD game has chosen to go to prison and take the rap for our crew’s Arrest Entanglement, as he has the Jailbird ability and is the best placed to do so as the others continue to run the crew. He ended his last score on huge amounts of harm and stress, and I will be playing a different character for the uptime of the next score for the few months while he is imprisoned.
When my character goes to prison, does the Incarceration roll take the place of his usual downtime actions? If so, is it expected that the GM and I negotiate between themselves whether the stress and harm disappear by the time he gets out, or are they assumed to stick around? Or is the intention that he can still take downtime actions that work within what he would be able to achieve in prison (such as healing), and then also has to make the Incarceration roll?