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Thread: Beating a dead horse.
04-26-1997, 09:12 AM #1Dandakil Snerd/ObscuredGuest
Beating a dead horse.
I agree. When I first brought it up, I did not mean for it to go this far,
it was a simple question for those who are liberal minded enough
to allow unblooded regents - I was asking how they used them. I
didn't mean to start a debate with those who hate the idea...
As far as the world being so rich and full of life....sorry but
Greyhawk is my baby.
> From: Mike Carscadden
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> Subject: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Beating a dead horse.
> Date: Saturday, April 26, 1997 12:42 AM
> I am an avid reader of this list and I believe we have twisted the
> unblooded regent thing as tight as it will go. Can we please move on.
> I would like to start discussion with people who run BR as a world for
> players who are not regents. The world is so rich and full of life that
> I think it would be my favorite even without the regent stuff. What do
> other people think?
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