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Friday, 19th April, 2019

  • 12:52 AM - Birmy quoted theworstdm in post The Washington Post Weighs In On D&D!
    Unfortunately, they included one of my least favorite tropes from mainstream articles about RPGs; you can find some variation of the "No longer is it a game to hide out with in Mom’s basement." line in almost every one of these articles. Yup! As a comic book geek, our equivalent is the (mercifully declining) "POW! WHAM! BIFF! Comics aren't just for kids anymore!" line. Writers trying to "write their way in" to an article fall for it every time.

Thursday, 18th April, 2019

  • 11:48 PM - MNblockhead quoted theworstdm in post The Washington Post Weighs In On D&D!
    Unfortunately, they included one of my least favorite tropes from mainstream articles about RPGs; you can find some variation of the "No longer is it a game to hide out with in Mom’s basement." line in almost every one of these articles. Yeah, it caters to outdated stereotypes that were not particularly true "back in the day." To me, it seems more true of the 90s than the 80s. In the 80s it was played in schools, libraries, and was depicted in mainstream films like ET as no different than any other family game played at the kitchen table.

Thursday, 4th April, 2019

  • 07:14 PM - Aaron L quoted theworstdm in post The Fortenite-ification of Everything
    Or mine! Everyone I know has a favorite setting for D&D, whether an existing one like FR or a past one like Planescape, and clamor for new stuff in that setting. I specifically said that we each had our favorite settings but that never precluded any of us from buying books for other settings as well, if only just for material we could mine for ideas and for our preferred world... or simply because most of us liked more than once setting. My great love of Greyhawk never stopped me from also loving the Forgotten Realms, Ravenloft, and Dark Sun as well. While most of us had a favorite setting we liked above any others we all liked the 'Realms enough that we would always be happy to play a campaign set on Toril. But honestly, despite all of this current discussion, probably 90% of all of our group's campaigns were actually set in our homebrew campaign worlds we had spent years designing and building. Our main DM's campaign was set in his homebrew world that expanded and evolved over about 20...

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Wednesday, 20th March, 2019

  • 07:36 PM - Flexor the Mighty! quoted theworstdm in post Casting Begins Soon For D&D Movie?
    I don't feel like a movie is the right format to fully capture the essence of D&D. What I fear we'll get is the 140 minute long Dungeons & Dragons Presents Generic Fantasy Movie #827. A limited series would give the creators more room to develop characters, do some world building and do some long format storytelling, all things that you get in D&D. Unless the movie has the leads loot a dead comrade then use his body to wedge open a door its just another generic fantasy flick to me.

Wednesday, 13th March, 2019

  • 08:35 PM - Reynard quoted theworstdm in post Arcana of The Ancients: 5E Sci-Fantasy From Monte Cook Games Launches On KS
    I just looked at the Kickstarter for Numenera 2: Discovery and Destiny for comparison. I backed at the "I want it all" level which was $280. That funded 10 hardcover books, three printed decks, a printed poster map, a novel and PDF copies of all of that. It looks like a typical Numenera HC is $40, with a few in the $30 range and some in the $50 range. So, the $160 "all in" level would be worth it at 5 books, which i am guessing is going to be $500K of funding. Now, I have to dig into the new shipping rules. If shipping takes up the cost of each of those books by $15 it changes the calculus pretty significantly.
  • 05:48 PM - Reynard quoted theworstdm in post Arcana of The Ancients: 5E Sci-Fantasy From Monte Cook Games Launches On KS
    I've backed a bunch of their Kickstarters at the "all in" level, and it's always been worth it. It ends up being a lot of great products.Cool. I am not particularly familiar with Kickstarter. Can you easily change your pledge level?

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