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09-05-1997, 08:09 PM #1AMagie666@aol.coGuest
Online Coordinator responds!!!
Is there a web site where I could get some of Mr. Hoskins's material?
09-06-1997, 05:10 AM #2TSRInc@aol.coGuest
Online Coordinator responds!!!
>Given that Birthright will be getting an overhaul of sorts, will the content
>determined solely by TSR/WOC staff or would you consider canvassing outside
90% of the products we make are driven by customer suggestions - you guys
buy the product, so it pays to listen to you. That's why I laugh at people
who say "TSR doesn't listen to its customers! It's not producing the
_I_ want!!" TSR does listen to its customers ... and sometimes it has to
cater to the majority - if you don't like a particular product, there's a
good chance that a lot of other people (with differing opinions) _did_
want something like that.
Hmm, I _guess_ I answered your question. :)
>Are you planning to release it as a boxed set as was done with the revised
Er, I did say we were planning on making it a harcover book?
>You have slated 98 as the delivery year, will it be early or
>later in the year?
I don't know for sure, and Idon't think I'd be allowed to say at this
time anyway, even if I did know.
>Lastly, are WOC using this as way to gauge market interest
All BR sales for the next 18 months or so are being carefully examined
to determine the survivability of the line.
Responses to a few other questions & comments:
C: You're de-emphasiving the domain mechanics - I hope that doesn't
mean you're taking them out completely!!!
A: If we were taking them out completely, I would have said so. Those
domain mechanics are an important part of the BR game, just not
_the_ important part.
Q: I don't see anyone playing AD&D without magic, so your analogy is
A: Try the historical campaign series.
Q: The black print on the shaded grey background is not as easy to
read as it was on the brown.
A: Switching to a 1-color sayout _really_ reduces that cost of printing
and makes each product that much more profitable. I'll talk to the
BR folks about making the background lighter for the one-color
products so the text stands out more.
Q: [This is an unasked question, but I know many of you are thinking
it.] Sean, do you like Birthright.
A: You bet your butt I do. BR is the first campaign setting in a long
time that I have been interested in using for a game of my own.
I bought three copies of the box set and gave them to two of my
friends and my sister because I thought they'd dig it, too.
I have every BR product in my personal library (employees get a
free copy of everything we produce), unlike any other TSR gameworld.
I thikn BR is a great setting with a lot of cool stuff. I want it
to survive as much as you do.
Sean Reynolds, TSR Online Coordinator
TSRinc@aol.com | http://www.tsrinc.com
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