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Jeffro Johnson
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A Long Time Space Gamer
A Long Time Space Gamer

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Unless you're a childless feminist that is suddenly struck with the desire to put her titty into some random baby's mouth.

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This is a good example of how tame covers were before Margaret Brundage. It's like a 19th century children's book pretending to be edgy. Sad!

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"Modules are better than adventures. They force the players to play like grown ups. They force the players to make decisions and direct the play. The give the DM infinite amounts of flexibility. Go ahead and try dropping your average Dungeon adventure or Pathfinder movie-script – er, I mean ‘adventure’, yeah right – into an ongoing campaign without doing more work than you would have if you just wrote your own damn adventure."

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Bwa-ha-ha!

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"The story is infused with the typical liberal sf faith: there are no dangerous forms of life or aliens, just misunderstood ones, that conflicts can not be irresolvable. We are also shown the frankly nihilist faith which says there is no good or bad yet we are to find the government’s actions bad in protecting normal humans."

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Not the Derlethian Heresy! -- "There is a weakly developed plot about Marsh’s circle finding a Soviet agent who may have learned the body-switching magic featured in Lovecraft’s 'The Thing on the Doorstep', but mostly there is a lot of magic rituals and talk about the three races of man representing air, sea, and earth. It’s not even as interesting as August Derleth’s misguided attempt to correlate the four elements to Lovecraft’s 'gods'."

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*From the Comments * -- "How are males being discriminated against when most of the designer positions in the industry are filled by persons of the man persuasion? One could say, 'Well, not that many women apply to those jobs.' Can you blame them? When the industry is so insular, would a woman even feel like she had a chance at a game design job? Would she be afforded equal pay for doing the same design work as a male counter part? Would her co-designers listen to her ideas and/or value her designs?" <---- Game designer is not a viable career path. At all. YOU WILL MAKE MORE MONEY PICKING UP CANS ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD. The idea that these sorts of opportunities are owed to anyone else other than the sort of person that is so brain damaged that they cannot stop doing design work for their own good is absolutely absurd. Game design is a calling. Some people are just born that way. Acting like these jobs have historically been doled out on the basis of race and sex is absolutely retarded.

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Gamers do not owe female game designers anything. -- "The outcry was immediate and vitriolic. I refuse to link to any of the trolls involved, but cries of discrimination against white men were on all the major gaming discussion boards, some gamers even suggesting that Green Ronin was destroying their company, alienating their fan base by committing such a heinous act against men. It would have been hilarious had it not mirrored so closely what passes for public dialog in the United States."
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