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    TSRInc@aol.co
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    A polite letter to Lorraine Wil

    > What about if we writed a nice letter where we explain
    > that we would spend say $20 monthly on TSR Birthright products
    > and we like the setting (as we actually do) so that they would
    > increase number of books released.

    Folks, we've reduced the number of products across the board
    so that we'll have fewer, higher quality products, rather than
    a lot of average products. This also gives BR fans to catch up
    on all of the stuff that was put out last year.


    > Thats what Sean Reynolds says on the official homepage of TSR
    > at http://www.tsrinc.com/info/1997.html

    That is mainly directed at the fans of Dark Sun ... it's info on
    how to encourage a _closed_ line to be _reopened_.

    > The idea is that one person who feels he is able to write a potent nice
    > letter to Lorraine Williams will do it and the rest of us
    > will fax our Names and signs (provided with counry name too).
    > And the one will add those to letter.

    Individual letters work better than a petition, which is what you're
    proposing, here.

    - - Sean

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    Scott Parrish
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    A polite letter to Lorraine Wil

    TSRInc@aol.com wrote:
    >
    > > What about if we writed a nice letter where we explain
    > > that we would spend say $20 monthly on TSR Birthright products
    > > and we like the setting (as we actually do) so that they would
    > > increase number of books released.
    >
    > Folks, we've reduced the number of products across the board
    > so that we'll have fewer, higher quality products, rather than
    > a lot of average products. This also gives BR fans to catch up
    > on all of the stuff that was put out last year.

    This, I think we all understand. And over all I agree, I would rather
    have fewer good products than a bunch of not-so good.

    However, I personnally have a few problems with the choices that were
    made. I am a HUGE fan of the Players secret line. Not all of them I
    use, but the amount of information available in those little books was
    astounding. This line in particular I think should be better
    supported. There are no PS for the Havens at all. The Havens book does
    not give a close enough look at individual domains to make them easily
    playable. When I originally started complaining this was what I missed
    most. There also seems to be an awful lot of emphasis placed on the BR
    novels, of which I am not a huge fan. However the people involved in
    writing/designing are different from the novelists and I don't think
    it's either/or with game stuff and novels.

    I love the BR line and will continue to support it. It is disapointing
    that there is not as musch new stuff coming out as there was last year,
    but I can cope.


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    * pays out twice as much in taxes as he formerly got in wages." *
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    Jaanus Lillenberg
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    A polite letter to Lorraine Wil

    Hello Sean and the other staff

    > Folks, we've reduced the number of products across the board
    > so that we'll have fewer, higher quality products, rather than
    > a lot of average products. This also gives BR fans to catch up
    > on all of the stuff that was put out last year.

    What about products then I have bought all the products.
    The most high balls beside the boxed set will get
    Rjurik Highlands Expansion that I consider a BESTOFALL BR books.
    And of course Player Secrets (the ones I will miss MOST this year).

    Can't anybody encourage TSR to write more Player Secrets.
    Buying one is like taking off a cover on field of a puzzlemap.
    The puzzlemap of course is BR.

    Birthright fan
    Jaanus Lillenberg
    - ---
    jaanusl@postimees.ee

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