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Nescire autem quid ante quam natus sis acciderit, id est semper esse puerum. Quid enim est aetas hominis, nisi ea memoria rerum veterum cum superiorum aetate contexitur? -- Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43BC)


Jun
10
comment How to easily track combat in Feng Shui?
You should upload your spreadsheet! It'll be useful.
Jun
4
comment When designing a campaign plot, how can I test it for complexity?
@RobLang: I, for one, would be very interested if you made an answer to your own question with examples of the graphs. If you want, I can make this answer "community wiki" and you can edit it if you do not wish to have your own answer.
Jun
3
comment When designing a campaign plot, how can I test it for complexity?
@RobLang: Did you use different arc colours for different plots?
May
15
comment How to approach sexual violence so that it adds to the narrative?
+1, I utterly disagree with the down votes. This is a good answer to the question asked.
May
6
comment Should a new player call out a “bad” GM?
@SolidusVerum: Your comment would make a fine answer as the 12+ attest.
May
1
comment What etiquette should a new player observe at the gaming table?
This is a nice question which is likely to attract a lot of answers. I would hold fire on accepting one for the next few days.
May
1
comment How to become a good RPG player
You need to split all these questions into separate questions.
Apr
15
comment How do I find artwork to inspire adventure design?
It is generally polite to leave a reason for a down vote so you can improve the answer.
Apr
1
comment How far away can my new sleeve be when I egocast?
Indeed. Latency makes sense to have a distance limit for conscious farcasting.
Mar
31
comment Help Needed With Probability Math for 2d10
A Monte-Carlo simulation is not needed here. You can prove this trivially.
Mar
12
comment What's the best software for mapmaking?
+1 for Cartographer's Guild is the place to hand out...
Mar
7
comment Why is time-dilated simulspace not an I Win button?
@Tynam: I was about to write an answer which would have been a pale paraphrased shadow of yours based on this assumption...
Mar
7
comment Why is time-dilated simulspace not an I Win button?
+50, very nice answer indeed -- bounty coming when I can set one.
Mar
7
comment Why is time-dilated simulspace not an I Win button?
Is the summary: speed up simulspace gives you way more mental actions than any other means?
Mar
5
comment What are the benefits of owning a physical book?
@wraith808: Amazon wipes customer's Kindle and deletes account with no explanation. So, Amazon can stop your kindle from working without any considerations to your DRM-free pdfs. Kindle has DRM. Ebooks have DRM.
Mar
4
comment What are the benefits of owning a physical book?
@wraith808: DRM is an issue because even if the pdf does not contain DRM, your ebook reader probably does. In addition, unless a vast majority of RPG PDFs sold are DRM-free, then your assertion that it is not a problem is erroneous. To be honest, I have no numbers to say either way. Bleurgh, we're getting argumentative. ^_~
Mar
4
comment What are the benefits of owning a physical book?
@András: Sadly and not surprisingly, circumventing DRM is illegal.
Mar
4
comment What are the benefits of owning a physical book?
Could I ask down voters (as I assume there will be down votes) to leave a comment or better yet, write an answer of your own.
Mar
4
comment Can a Sire be blood bound to his child?
One cannot be blood bound to someone one holds a bound over. Thus, a sire could blood bound all of their children and thus feed from them safely. Kinda a dodge thus a comment and not an answer. Of course, the added benefit is that the children will be nice, well behaved, and eager to please.
Feb
27
comment How do I encourage a GM to use the rules as written?
Downvoters: care to comment as to why you think this is not a good answer?