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If you didn't try, you wouldn't do.
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I shall prevail.
A Pause Before the Leap It is the year 2401, the start of the 25th century. Humanity and his allies; the Almasty and the Humasty; have reached the edge of the Sular System, though they have not, as...
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I once played a Mythus persona in one of Gary's games. She was 50, a wisewoman, and ruined the Col's foul machinations by calling up a feast for the fair folk.
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Here's my take on the GenCon kerfuffle; don't boycott GenCon, boycott the bigots.

I mean, there has to be places that don't discriminate.
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Agreed +Alan Kellogg. No reason to hurt the non-bigots.
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https://redmatrix.me/https://redmatrix.me/

Red Matrix is a network of sites who share material. You join a node (most are free), create a channel or two, and start posting. Your material can be cross posted to other sites.
One of the traditional problems with independent publishing on the internet has always been the fact that independent publishers often operate as isolated islands within their own website, and spend most of their resources attracting visitors. The rise of corporate providers and social ...
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This is the last of the DJ Guides I know of, though others are possible. Among the possibilities are:

Sons of Aryas
Children of Elder Days
A Land of Peril
When Late the Pterosaurs Sang
(Just giving you ideas.)
A Shadow in Sunlight It is an Earth much like our own, and an Earth unlike. It's history is ours, it's people are ours. Even its stories, dreams, and nightmares are ours. But it bears a burden unkn...
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Next up, Unhallowed. Of the realms of Dangerous Journeys the one most like our Earth, and the one most unlike ours.
A Mystic Realm Ærth is a world of the fantastic, of elderly wise-women living deep in the fens of Albion, and Comanche warriors keep an eye out for the schemes of Teclan agents. A realm where Atant...
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The fault lies not in our games, but in ourselves. I recall when I saw a young lady run a session of Exalted as a dungeon crawl. Often it is a question of habit, and the hobby as a whole is reluctant to take the alternate route.
In which we look at roleplaying and point out how much can be viewed as just variant rulesets for D&D and D&D-style play, instead of fuller innovation.
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Better to encourage good behavior than to order it.
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For which I thank God.
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Blue Rose coming back inspired this idea; Gray Hibiscus, the role playing guide of romance and interpersonal encounters. Uses the Dangerous Journeys system, and is set in the World of Renaissance Venice. Includes mechanics for social encounters, witty conversation, and seduction.

In addition, the Venice of Gray Hibiscus has a law against killing the local deer; which is never enforced.
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It could be worse, Harlequin could rape Batman.
 
Trying to make expression disappear because you disapprove of it is unhealthy for liberal culture, whether done by the state or privately.
Trying to make expression disappear because you disapprove of it is unhealthy for liberal culture, whether done by the state or privately.
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