Um...I'm pretty sure WotC doesn't produce True20. True20.com
Thenodrin wrote:I do know that the cross over market from MMORPGs is not as big as WotC thinks it is. It is a fine line between the two, but upon that line is a privacy fence almost identical to the one built between the rpg-ers and the larp-ers. Say that role playing is like a Vampire LARP at Gen Con and you'll get yelled at or lynched. Say that WOW is like an online version of D&D at E3 and your corpse will get yelled at.
Thunderhowl wrote:I've always found the style feuds astonishing. I LARP and play tabletop RPGs. I play different CCGs and MMORPGS. I dabble lightly with minis games and wargames and boardgames. I don't really understand the RPGer/LARPer feud or the CCGer/mini-gamer feud. To me it's all RPGs.
Maybe it's because Saskatoon is a bit unique in that we ALL both LARP, tabletop, CCG, Mini-game or wargame in some combination, so our only real feud is the munchkins (or mechanics) vs the characterizers (or theatre-types).
Thunderhowl wrote:I'm getting kind of worried I'll get into a fist fight at GenCon this year when I sit down at an RPG demo in my LARP costume or accidentally drop my dice pouch at a LARP and someone starts talking shit. Theno! Will you get my back as a brother Weregeek reader?
Narf the Mouse wrote:Wasn't OD&D simple enough for anyone to pick up and play?
Narf the Mouse wrote:That is still exactly how the hobby started - And I'm not sure what the lack of non-evil dragons has to do with that.
Tom the Fanboy wrote:Bump.
I upgraded the sheet. I'm very proud of it. I want it to be the most popular sheet on the internet. I'm very ambitious.
http://pockyclub.elite-otaku.net/Fillab ... rSheet.pdf
It now is fillable, Reader Enabled, and does field calculations.
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