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Pariah's comment on 2007-01-21 06:43 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
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Murometz's comment on 2006-09-01 12:36 AM
I really enjoyed this. Go to Comment
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Drackler's comment on 2006-08-31 09:49 PM
I noticed a few spelling mistakes, but, overall really good


5/5 Go to Comment
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Drackler's comment on 2006-09-01 01:58 PM
Sorry, bad mistake. Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2006-09-01 07:30 PM
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Ramhir's comment on 2010-09-21 09:31 AM
I *Love* it!. Extremely well detailed and the personality overflows the writing. I will certainly add him to my fantasy world, and perhaps eventually to the Urban fantasy that we are talking of making. Go to Comment
It was just a book
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2004-12-11 12:41 PM
I like the idea! Go to Comment
It was just a book
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2005-02-25 03:28 PM
Although a bit confusing at first, this sounds really good.
I give it a 4/5.

Dragoon God Go to Comment
It was just a book
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2004-10-25 09:31 PM
Yep. But still, I'd say it's a solid...

4/5. Go to Comment
It was just a book
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MoonHunter's comment on 2004-10-28 08:47 AM
Travel into a book or image is a common theme in mythology, folklore, and modern fantasy (Narnia anyone?). Zelazny made it most fashionable. Then Myst made it cool.

Remember it is not the plot that is cliche, it is the execution that determines if it is cliche. The story of Romeo and Juliet had been around for a few centuries in a variety of forms before some guy...Shakespear did it just right. Then someone did Guys and Dolls. There are a couple of others, but you get the idea. Go to Comment
It was just a book
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EchoMirage's comment on 2004-10-26 03:19 AM
I did not say it was not silid - I just don't know whether to give a four or a five... Go to Comment
It was just a book
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EchoMirage's comment on 2004-10-25 04:01 AM
*brain shorts out*
The books, or rather the picture variation on cards - it reminds me of Amber. An infinity of worlds, and once you master the Pattern, you can travel... Go to Comment
It was just a book
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EchoMirage's comment on 2004-10-25 04:04 AM
Yup, Amber it is - had just to read on. Quite difficult to GM, though.
This post is difficult to rate, because it cannot be rated without rating the forum topic. On its own, it is not so special, but combined with the background, it acquires a wholly new dimension. Go to Comment
It was just a book
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ViresUltio's comment on 2004-10-27 11:55 PM
This reminds me just a little of Fushigi Yuugi. Go to Comment
It was just a book
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Dragon Lord's comment on 2005-02-28 08:41 AM
First impression - Wow, I wish I'd thought of this

On reflection, I agree with MoonHunter - the idea is quite old but the execution is unique and original

5/5 - no question about it Go to Comment
It was just a book
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Drackler's comment on 2006-04-02 06:03 PM
Great idea!! Go to Comment
It was just a book
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valadaar's comment on 2014-06-19 01:21 PM
An interesting idea - the book as portal has wonderful symbolism to it. Recursive adventures :)

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In the Middle of Noplace
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2005-09-28 01:35 PM
In the Middle of Noplace
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MoonHunter's comment on 2005-05-25 08:56 AM
Can anyone recognize this classic movie? Go to Comment
In the Middle of Noplace
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MoonHunter's comment on 2005-09-28 02:40 PM
Yojimbo (1961) Close enough. :)

I am a firm believer is that games and film have a great deal in common. Games are nothing but stories over time, just like movies. Visual narration is an important part of both. One should study films (or movies they like... darn that means I have to watch good gamer movies a couple of times...) to improve their own GMing skills.

Move plots lines are the best for gamers to adapt. Not only do you get a tested plot line, but you have a sense of the timing for events in the plot line.

Now this story is a classic. Any setting and many subgenres can be used for this one. Go to Comment
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