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    D&D 5E Whatever "lore" is, it isn't "rules."

    Couldn't agree more Shasarak. Same thing.
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    D&D 5E Whatever "lore" is, it isn't "rules."

    That was posted twice. I honestly don't know why. Now it's gone.
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    D&D 5E Whatever "lore" is, it isn't "rules."

    That points, perhaps vaguely, towards an interesting debate. What is the 'game' part? To play Devil's Advocate for a moment, if rules are the defining characteristic of a 'game,' then we may as well sit around solving math problems. Alternately, the word 'game,' once again, suggests 'play' which...
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    D&D 5E Whatever "lore" is, it isn't "rules."

    Yeah. I had a similar thought while reading your post!
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    Looking for gamers in our area

    You know, that would have been a good idea. The location is listed on my profile, and under my screen name to the left of the post, but one should never assume. Ha! We are in Monroe, UT!
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    D&D 5E Whatever "lore" is, it isn't "rules."

    Now, this may be a little tangential (it is), and it's not like I'm going to read all 750 replies even if I find the momentum of the post interesting. Still, something occurred to me as I nodded my head in agreement with both the suggestion that "whatever lore is" we don't really know what it...
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    Planescape Planescape is confusing

    Thoughts: Planescape is jazz, man. Improvisation. It can be confusing, especially if you approach it like you would Forgotten Realms, or something more, well, classical. See what I did there? Here's my advice though: If your dead-set on using the Outlands (Sigil was designed to contain...
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    Looking for gamers in our area

    Hello! My wife and I are recent transplants from a big(ish) city to this tiny little town where there appear to be no gamers. We would love to start up a game at some point (probably Planescape or Numenera). My guess is that we will only find people who are a couple hours away, but hey, it's...
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