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auyl

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  1. Unfortunately the website has been taken down. Hard to justify something that wasn't making any revenue. The books are still available so if you want them just let me know.
  2. And knock off with the insults and mockery. Grow up.
  3. Forget it. No one has any right to ask someone to stop something that is legal and not violating copyright. NO ONE not me, not you and especially Chaosium. They should never have asked him to do that with the influence they have on these forums. It's nice to know you experience with the company has been wonderful, mine hasn't. Many others haven't either.
  4. So if I have a commercial interest we will all move to accomodate me? Of course not! I'm the one guy standing up saying this is wrong? Big Brother wins again I suppose.
  5. This is unconvincing. If it was Product Identification they simply could have asked for the name to be changed but they didn't. Also the biggest rpg company in the world never asked for OSRIC to be taken down even though it was a close clone of 1e D&D. Same with Basic Fantasy. Instead Chaosium has decided to ask for a srd to be taken down that is completely legal. There's absolutely no reason for it Thankfully Vile gave a better insight into his half of the decision but it doesn't explain Chaosium's tactic in doing this.
  6. Just seems like company strong-arming when there's no legal backing behind it. I continue to lose respect for the new reformed company when they pull stunts like this.
  7. If it's legal why is Chaosium asking for it to be taken down?
  8. Basically there's a supreme self-existing God that brought forth everything and there are minor "gods" who are more like overseers of the various realms.
  9. Interesting. Might conflict with the metaphysics I was going to lay out in the future but is still fascinating what you'rw doing.
  10. Makes sense. One of the points to mulitudes of realms was to make different types of magic unique to each realm available. Neat that you cracked into that.
  11. It's interesting. I'd be interested in seeing more.
  12. There's always plans for ER just getting over a bit of a hiccup at the moment.
  13. Need Deus Vult inspiration? Get it here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1520296738
  14. This was kind of my point. Any game really can be any of these depending on the GM. Although I don't touch mature sexual topics (ie. The Book of Erotic Fantasy type stuff) I prefer visualizations of the violence medieval melee combat will cause.
  15. In a sense yes, but it can vary greatly between hit locations.
  16. I'd prefer more adult adventures. Although my group plays mostly d20 stuff, whenever they crit or slay a foe I usually give a gory description of the death. So more mature adventures would suit me!
  17. Hey all, As the title says, there is a few products up for sale that relate directly to the d100 game genre up for sale. For those interested in Legend, or Deus Vult, these titles will tickle your fancy quite a bit. Get them here!
  18. Depends on the quality of the printer hence why I don't want the cheaper ones.
  19. Hey all, Posted this here before but want to point it out again. looking to raise money to acquire a 3d printer for business use to make miniatures and now expanded to plastic jewlery that would make good cheap larp gear. aldo includes some examples of items to be produced. Find it here!
  20. Hey all, Looking to raise funds to get into the miniature market for various different RPG's. If you're interested in helping out, then donate here: http://www.gofundme.com/3d-miniature-printer-for-gaming
  21. That's all fair. Of course you know how I'd bend the religion side but that's just me. Good points though. In ancient days wars weren't just about land or treasure they were also seen as contests between the national god(s). So using divine magic wouldn't be unheard of as battles between adventuring groups could and possibly would be seen the same way.
  22. With stuff like this, from a theological stand point it's not which story is oldest but which one is correct. I will continue with the realization I am a Christian theologian so will speak from that perspective. The fact is, the Egyptian sun and Middle Eastern moon based religions were indeed older than Judaism and that is why you see the book of Genesis refer to the sun and moon as "great lights" so that there was no onus on Jews to rever them as anything more than created beings. Other religions around them however were talking about them being gods. Same with the flood. Where
  23. Many of them do. Means there's a common source, I personally choose the Biblical account to believe in but many Middle Eastern mythologies are very similar. I don't know about the Orient, but even Native American's have a flood story.
  24. This is why I've always loved the Book of Enoch. There's so much to dive into and think about. None of it is Biblical canon and I would never think it is, but these stories came from somewhere.
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