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Harn fluff was so good. .... But the maps were amazing.
Played it on and off for about 20 yrs and had a blast. However, it was when we switched to 4e and I joined the WotC forum and EnWorld that I realized with our 20 pages of house rules we were practically playing a different game completely!
I feel like that contributed greatly to its success. Almost everyone I knew had ideas about how to improve it that they wanted to try out. Had it been a better ruleset, it might have stifled a lot of creativity. Or at least, its flaws promoted creative responses.Well, the ruleset itself embodies and requires a DIY attitude.
This is one of my real pet peeves, when people type 'player' when they mean 'character', and vice-versa.Recent posts in this thread (and in a couple of others) serve to illustrate that even now, decades later, some folks ares still confusing the player with the character