From: Alexandre Lanciani (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 24 Mar 2000 - 11:36:13 EET
> It's a long time since I first began (1982) but I do recall that
> at first I was
> more excited about Runequest as a system and the kind of role-playing
> it seemed to encourage (as opposed to D&D and T&T) than I was about
Me too (although I began later than you)! I already knew and liked the
BRPS, and I converted to RQ because of Vikings - still my favorite RQ
supplement. At the time I loved historical settings and gritty realistic
systems. The latter were quite fashionable *then*.
> Will Hero Wars have a similar effect on today's neophytes?
I think so. It's a really storytelling system, in the sense that it
encourages you to tell and write stories, and is very experimental and
innovative (mind-stretching, some might say).
A viking Alex.
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