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    Taras Guarhoth

    OCP - Ideas on the district

    - ---Jim Cooper wrote:
    > I guess we SC members should ask the listmembers if they would like us
    > to take a structured 'adventure' approach to making the city, or if
    > would like us to approach it like the RPGA The Living City (TM) way,
    > where we just detail random interesting bits of the city and
    > them to the respective section? Or do it both ways.

    Please, don't do the RPGA Living City version. It'll become an
    incoherent mess of ideas, and have way too many overpowered individuals.

    Taras Guarhoth

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    OCP - Ideas on the district

    In a message dated 98-03-07 00:24:28 EST, you write:


    I definitely feel the OCP should be more of an adventure RESOURCE than a
    structured adventure or series of adventures. (In fact, I think we already
    voted on this, didn't we?) I really like the way King of the Giantdowns was
    laid out, for an example --- all the details of the realm and characters
    inhabiting it are presented, and plenty of adventure hooks are generated
    simply by doing this. Then a few more formal adventure hooks are presented,
    but with the detail left for the DM to fill in. Lots of room for expansion and
    creativity there. Finally, we may want to consider generating one fleshed
    out adventure scenario after the city has been completely designed, as a way
    of introducing DMs and players to the city. Just my two farthings.

    Kevin M.

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