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The Limits of Rpg Ecumenicism

Well I thought I’d try something a little different this week:

RPG Scene: Dark Albion’s Character Generation Rules

How’d it go…? Well, judge the wreckage in the wake of this post for yourself here, here, and here… with some followup here, here, and here. (Not to mention here.)

Why the blowback? What’s it all mean? Did I have it coming? Am I freaking stupid or something? Why is the rpg scene so very, very touchy on this point…?

Good questions!

And you know… I don’t really care about the answers right at the moment.

However, if you are interested in this game, let me point out that Lulu is currently running a 20% off sale and you can get the hardback for a steal. If that’s still too steep for you, the PDF will cost you less than what it’d take to treat someone to lunch at Dairy Queen.

Game on, people!

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9 responses to “The Limits of Rpg Ecumenicism

  1. natewinchester October 20, 2015 at 12:20 pm

    OT but I didn’t know if you’d see my comment on your castalia house blog.

    I just had to ask if you heard the legends (the whispers,really) about the player who WON Call of C’thulhu? The man, the legend of Old Man Henderson (he puts the “great” in “Great Old One”)

  2. Warren Abox October 20, 2015 at 3:27 pm

    On topic: You do have a talent for stirring up controversy by stating opinions that are objectively wrong and (roll eyes, rub temples, heave great sigh) Not OK. You sure you’re not a shock-jock in real life?

  3. Steven Warble October 21, 2015 at 11:13 am

    Your mistake was mentioning the RPGPundit in any sort of negative context. Just or unjust, he tends to appear like Bloody Mary or Candyman and create havoc when his name is mentioned. I personally greatly enjoy his work, but his internet persona is somewhat caustic.

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