I love this planet.
I think some are also because I am trying things that are not in the ordinary but as a designer not in the ordinary is not an excuse - the software should gracefully handle the unexpected.
Give me something new.
And I kindly request not just a reskinned big bad; don't give me "...when in fact, it's the hamster whose behind the entire evil plot!"
Give me something fresh. An interesting Big Bad with an interesting Motivation.
Thanks for the help!
Try some evil accountants, corrupt masters of the horse, lonely amnesiac liches and wheezing, near-expired dragons being used as an excuse for unnecessary military spending?
"Why should I get this? I only play D&D or Pathfinder," they might tell you. "Aha!" you might say, "13th Age is by the lead designers of 3rd and 4th edition D&D, and was created to be the game they most wanted to play! It's a fast, fun, accessible experience that takes d20 fantasy gaming to a new level with great new mechanics." "Why do you sound so weird and rehearsed? Have you been taken over by an intellect devourer?" they might ask. But you will play it cool, and not eat their brain. For now.
"You're still alive..."
"Do I deserve to be? Is that the question? And, if so...who answers?"
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