Well, I don’t know who was keeping score, but I definitely got some licks in. Here are some highlights:
Urbanski: There is nothing in the rules that talks about the #BrOSR style of play.
Jeffro: That’s not true.
Jeffro: It’s on page seven of the players handbook.
Urbanski: A living world is the best way to play D&D. It’s really hard, though. Takes a lot of skill. And it takes a LONG time to really develop.
Jeffro: The #BrOSR has made it trivial to get a living world right out of the gate. Anybody can do it.
Urbanski: The OSR is so great. Everything is cross compatible. I can use stuff from any game with whatever I am running!
Jeffro: Bruh. It takes like two minutes to stat up anything you can imagine. It’s not that hard.
Urbanski 500 times: The #BrOSR is a cult.
Jeffro: Good gosh, man, this is so tedious. Please… just stop.
Urbanski: Look, man. I’ve been in cults. I’ve even started cults. I know all about cults, dawg. AND YOU’RE RUNNING A CULT!
Some of the comments have been quite entertaining. This one is my favorite:
I’m not saying that the way he’s talking about wouldn’t be fun, but most of us don’t have that time, but the one thing that he said that irked me was that Gygax’s imagination was more developed than mine… how the [heck] does this guy know Gygax was more imaginative than me?
Bahhahahha! DIRECT HIT!!!
Anyway, check it out if you dare. It is, as I understand it, rather hard to listen to. About a third of the time is wasted on reading the many execrable comments from the chat.
The fact remains, this is the most important discussion in gaming. RED HOT. People won’t be able to stop talking about this!