From: martin (102541.3423@CompuServe.COM)
Date: Thu 02 May 1996 - 03:26:26 EEST
Nick Effingham E-Mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Has this as his singnature.
<None so gaudy, nor as bloody,
as the sword that would,
crash and bash, an' swing with a flash,
and spill thine enemies blood>
This is great, where did you get it?
BTW I think that the bald stats of Ralzakark are really only the tip of the
iceberg. So well said on that subject.
You pointed out that herioc characters could never actually exist without GM
complicity if the rules were taken exactly. I agree with you on that I will
admit that my players start with skills in the 50-75% range and I'm pretty damn
generous with gear but they _don't_ get it easy. You Glorantha is different to
mine but the common theme is that it still _is_ Glorantha and we all have fun!
Comments on powerful NPCs and their interaction with the PCs. I agree with you
Ian that powerful NPCs that could overwhelm the PCs should be kept away from the
players. However I find that they make great backround material, stick in
players minds very well and are useful duex ex machina at times.
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