What makes you think that you can take Dragonriders of Pern and make your own something out of it, but I cannot take John Carter of Mars or Dying Earth and make my own something out of it?
Ummm. I've seen what you posted? :)
I know you might have an interesting idea or two, but from the write up you blurbbed had none of that. Sure none of these are unique, never been done before, virgin territory. (Neither is Kerren, but Kerren's blurb
Ryders with their Dragons defend their world from Zhan. The Colonist struggle to adapt to this wild Saurian world. A Swords and Planet World in the Borrough's tradition.
shows the differences). It is rare to find fresh powder in the gaming or action genre. So far you found less plowed land with your various Howard-esk worlds. However, it would of been both nice
if you included some inkling of your planned idea for said setting. I mean, it is territory that we have seen done many times, so what makes yours worthy of our attention, (other than your own colorful personality). So there was nothing there for us to say "yes" to.
And why do you need endorsement for a setting you want to do? It is always the first few posts about a setting that makes or breaks it anyways. So even if we vote for a setting, if you put up some suckish first few posts that don't inspire us to join in, it will die a slow and lingering death - unless you go on and post like a trooper to it - then it will just be you and you will be writing to your own satisfaction. Even if we claim interest, if you don't capture our attention in the first couple of posts, it is just going to be you. (We voted for steampunk, and you saw the overwhelming response (We like making races... but what else happened?)) So write up all three, or the one you want, and see if you can lure your audience (and our assistance) in.