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    Republishing, Synnibarr: The original Scifi-Fantasy RPG. Kickstarter Project

    Republishing, Synnibarr: The original Scifi-Fantasy RPG.: Featuring a COMPLETELY new system, the legendarily bad game, The World of Synnibarr is ready for re-release. With a forward [sic. - doesn't bode well!] by Dr. Richard Garfield, creator of Magic: The Gathering. Synnibarr is dedicated to the stifled adventurers within all of us. For we have the hearts and imaginations, but not the power or frontiers…




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    You have got to be kidding! I'm curious to see if this project gets off the ground. I guess there's hope for Howard the Duck reboot...

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    I'm sure it'll be just as good as the original. When the designer uses the word "forward" instead of "foreword", I can tell it'll be of the same quality we remember.

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    It's infamous enough that I want a copy, but he's asking $55,000. Maybe there's some art costs, but The Round 10 RPG System is asking for $4000, Myth & Magic Player's Guide asked for $5000, Metamorphosis Alpha asked for $10,000, Rappan Athuk $25,000 and Mythic Hero $33,000. Only Rappan Athuk beat $55,000. To conclude that you can solidly beat the amounts that Metamorphosis Alpha and Dwimmermount brought in seems a bit irrational.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrus View Post
    I'm sure it'll be just as good as the original. When the designer uses the word "forward" instead of "foreword", I can tell it'll be of the same quality we remember.
    The one claim that I think that I'm most amazed by is the claim that it had nearly 1% of the "world market share". Presumably he is counting only Sci-Fi/Fantasy games set on a world that travels the galaxies and has Bears shooting laser beams from their eyes :-).

    Still, 52 backers at this point which is about 53 more than I'd have expected :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morrus View Post
    I'm sure it'll be just as good as the original.
    That's what I'm afraid of.

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