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[dracyselkei] Re: Let's try this again.

On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 05:05:26PM -0500, Craig Daniel wrote:
> On 9/21/07, Theodore Reed <ted.reed@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 9/21/07, Robin Lee Powell <rlpowell@digitalkingdom.org>
> > wrote:
> OK, so this is quite a list. Some of these are way more obscure
> than anything I'd've thought to suggest.

To clarify: I'm looking to find things more than one person is
familiar with.  Thet's the primary consideration; there's going to
be enough wierd things going on already.

> Actually, 20s pulp a la SotC (for which most of the documentation
> is online, and for the very few setting things that aren't just
> "it's the world of 20s pulps" I could fill you in as I have the
> book) would be an entertaining one too.

I have difficulty imagining something I'd be less interested in.

> > > First of all, my default here is the basic D&D universe (3rd
> > > ed specifically) because "everybody knows that".  Except, of
> > > course, that some people here *don't*.  If we can't come up
> > > with something satisfying, though, we'll do that.
> >
> > "Basic D&D Universe"? I'm unaware of a basic setting.
> There isn't one,

There is, actually; see my response to bancus.

> > > LNC (a bit burnt on it still, but I could manage)
> >
> > Haven't read enough of it.
> Never heard of it.