As long as i get to be the frog
it would be helpful if you stop making this so much about yourself I can’t really comment in a way that doesn’t make it far too personal when that’s done.I know this is rich coming from me (fully cop to it)...but I can't parse your sentences (or how they relate to my question).
And after the "can't parse it", I don't see how a rhetorical question (regardless of what you're saying) answers my question.
I'll pose my question again. If anyone could answer it clearly and without a rhetorical question, I would appreciate it.
Why must I submit a sufficiently acknowledging/deferential preamble to the hegemony of modern majority share D&D before my contributions (on old school D&D or Story Now D&D or Storyteller Imperative or Skilled Play or competing play priorities or Force or whatever) should be considered relevant?