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    Wednesday, 20th March, 2019, 04:12 PM
    I think that the disagreement here is that we want our RPG's to be realistic to actual life. However, with only dice, pencils, and paper, our GM's can only do so much to mirror life's complexities. We simply can not make a pen and paper game intricate enough to match the everyday laws occurring in our world. Besides, who really wants RPG's to be realistic, we want dragons, fire-balls, laser...
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I like building games, and I love D&D. However I am stuck at home all the time, and my brothers find D&D too complicated. So I am making a game like D&D, Pathfinder, Starfinder, and CyberPunk, but is much easier to understand and play.
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Indiana
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USA
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I like all games that allow players to make decisive choices, so anything from role-play, rpgs, mine craft, to even sword fighting with my brothers.
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I play a lot of games so I can't help you with this.
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Name: Alex
Species: Human (Genetically Modified)
Age: Appears 25-30 (claims to have lived longer).
Class: Soldier mostly (Jack of all trades).
Height: 7 ft.
Weight: 270 lbs.
Skills: Sword Fighting, Marksmanship, Mechanics, Heavy Armor Proficiency.
Likes: Italian Food, drawing, reading, writing, painting, giant monsters.
Dislikes: Snipers, Stealthy enemies in general, tiny enemies.

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Town:
Greencastle
State:
Indiana
Country:
USA
Game Details:
I like all games that allow players to make decisive choices, so anything from role-play, rpgs, mine craft, to even sword fighting with my brothers.
More information:
I play a lot of games so I can't help you with this.
My Character:
Name: Alex
Species: Human (Genetically Modified)
Age: Appears 25-30 (claims to have lived longer).
Class: Soldier mostly (Jack of all trades).
Height: 7 ft.
Weight: 270 lbs.
Skills: Sword Fighting, Marksmanship, Mechanics, Heavy Armor Proficiency.
Likes: Italian Food, drawing, reading, writing, painting, giant monsters.
Dislikes: Snipers, Stealthy enemies in general, tiny enemies.

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Wednesday, 20th March, 2019

  • 04:42 PM - Numidius quoted Disappointment in post A GMing telling the players about the gameworld is not like real life
    I think that the disagreement here is that we want our RPG's to be realistic to actual life. However, with only dice, pencils, and paper, our GM's can only do so much to mirror life's complexities. We simply can not make a pen and paper game intricate enough to match the everyday laws occurring in our world. Besides, who really wants RPG's to be realistic, we want dragons, fire-balls, laser swords, and interracial mating. We can't really do that in real life.Personally I'd play or run even an hyper realistic game, content wise. But if it has to be mostly Gm-driven, Gm decides, I'd pass. And if it had too many rules and minutiae, especially if on a single arena of play (say: combat) I'd pass either.

Thursday, 14th March, 2019

  • 12:58 AM - Charles Dunwoody quoted Disappointment in post Emissary Lost: Adventures for the Coriolis RPG
    I love the cover art for these games, I would really like to get these at some point, but I have no money at the moment. Welcome to EN World Disappointment. I agree, the cover art is evocative. Quickstart pdf is free http://frialigan.se/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/CORIOLIS_QUICKSTART.pdf

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