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How should a GM best handle a lack of canonical lore in a pre-existing world?
Occasionally, players may want to play in a setting which does not have a detailed canonical lore. Consider, for instance, many computer RPG worlds; their lore tends to be very localized, however, ...
Jul 30 '13 at 5:29
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