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This King took an oath loyalty to another King before he conquered his current Kingdom. He is still a landed Baron in another Kingdom, responsible for taxes and duty bound to obey his King. But he is also a King in his own right and the interests of his two realms may come into conflict.
I love this one, it has a very classic DnD/Mythos feel to it, I can't point to what I loved about it, but I now I loved it one.
One thing: this sentence is wrong, it has the feel of something that has been edited some many times that important words and phrases have been lost.
What only a handful of learned scholars is that in combination, these items were created as a whole for the purpose of pandemonium.What only a handful of learned scholars is that in combination, these items were created as a whole for the purpose of pandemonium.
I really like most of your stuff Scrasamax, particularly your high tech post/sci-fi posts. But this article is a little much, I was hoping it would be a flippant and amusing piece. But it is instead another argument for talking oneself and by extension gaming too seriously. Maybe I missed the tone, but how can you write a article like this with out a sense of irony or absurdity?