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    Re-reading The Dresden Files--noir detective work...

    Re-reading The Dresden Files--noir detective work plus wizardry. I've read other in the genre such as Patricia Briggs and Lilith Saintcrow, but there's a measureable difference in their writing...
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    Hugin and Munin approve, as do Freki and Geri! ...

    Hugin and Munin approve, as do Freki and Geri! :cool:

    And the Mead House is a welcome feature, particularly during those long, dark northern winters. Draw a horn full and gift us with a tale or...
  3. Thread: Difficulty

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    Now that's a pair of names from the past!

    Now that's a pair of names from the past!
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    Huzzah! No anime-like silliness, thank goodness....

    Huzzah! No anime-like silliness, thank goodness. Check out the Hurstwic stuff on YouTube for more Viking fun 'n games. Also, http://hurstwic.org/ their website.
  5. Thread: Mini-games?

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    One person's immersion-breaker is another's touch...

    One person's immersion-breaker is another's touch of authenticity. This sort of detail would add to my sense of immersion no less than runecasting, knotwork animals, and enjoying a horn of mead. ...
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    Make Crafting Optional

    If I have to craft gear to do reasonably well, then it's just a nuisance and it detracts from my enjoyment. I'd rather open up the toolset and just give myself whatever I darn well please than have...
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    Old Timer Here!

    I began gaming with the basic boxed set, moved on to AD&D, and my tabletop gaming largely (but not entirely) waned before the advent of 2E, but I never quite lost the interest in D&D over the years. ...
  8. Thread: What is Told

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    Raiders and traders, often in that order. Very...

    Raiders and traders, often in that order. Very Norse-like. Say on, oh loremaster!
  9. Weaving and indirect, hmmm? To quote Artie...

    Weaving and indirect, hmmm? To quote Artie Johnson, "Verrrrrry interesting." The more I hear of your efforts, the more intrigued I'm becoming. :cool:
  10. Seidr?

    Once again, Arnie, thanks for the information regarding the relative scale of combat. You're quite the fount of information! *thumbs up*

    What of seidr (magic)? Will it be simple and direct (e.g....
  11. Arnie, this is most reassuring to me. If I have...

    Arnie, this is most reassuring to me. If I have a bit of a chip on my shoulder concerning this particular portion of the game, it's because I have a low threshold for credulity and I've actually...
  12. Truthfully, it's a matter of taste and...

    Truthfully, it's a matter of taste and physics--on both accounts, anime and WoW are most often a steaming pile of dog doo-doo. To the very core of my being, I despise both and would rather wander...
  13. Yes, they do...

    Yes, they do, or did at one time, anyway. ;-)
  14. I haven't seen the mage/lightning, but I have...

    I haven't seen the mage/lightning, but I have seen the giants with horns (not eye-poppingly silly, but I wouldn't want them to become any more fantastical), the centaurs aren't too over-the-top...
  15. Verisimilitude in Arms, Panoplies, Combat Mechanics, and Magic

    Thisíll be a brief request, gentlemen. Please leave the silly, over-the-top, fantastical nonsense to other companies. When a rogue bounces around like a ping-pong ball or a fighter wields a...
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