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awarded  Talkative
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
25
revised Overcoming setting complexity paralysis as a GM
Tweaks to grammar and spelling.
Aug
25
suggested approved edit on Overcoming setting complexity paralysis as a GM
May
23
revised How do I develop cryptic tomes in D&D 3.5?
Tidied grammar.
May
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suggested approved edit on How do I develop cryptic tomes in D&D 3.5?
Feb
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awarded  Quorum
Jan
24
revised How can I get people to play a “diceless system”?
Tidied grammar.
Jan
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suggested approved edit on How can I get people to play a “diceless system”?
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Dec
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comment How can you encourage players to role play in line with their culture?
Well, Pratchett's dwarfs are quite clearly Welsh, look you. (At least, the ones from Copperhead are. And the low king of the dwarfs, who's from Copperhead, is even called Rhys.)
Jul
18
comment Flat or flattish earth issues
Pratchett actually invested some time in the first book in practical worldbuilding, before deciding that sociocultural worldbuilding was more important for his purposes in later books.
Aug
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awarded  Teacher
Aug
2
answered When would PCs choose to walk instead of ride?
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awarded  Supporter
Jun
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comment What do “Shadowfell” and “Underdark” mean?
@Adriano Varoli Piazza's comment on @Cthos's answer suggests that your explanation of fell is correct.