• Random Movie Quote

    Griffin Mill: It lacked certain elements that we need to market a film successfully.
    June: What elements?
    Griffin Mill: Suspense, laughter, violence. Hope, heart, nudity, sex. Happy endings. Mainly happy endings.
    June: What about reality?

    — The Player (1992)

Only 3 Days Left in the Adventures! Poll

VoteThere are only three days left in the Alternative Game System Poll.  If you haven’t voted for the Open Source game system you would like to see adapted to the Feylands fantasy adventures, now is the time!

It has been an interesting measurement of popularity so far. When I first put together the poll,  I chose those systems that I had been fairly certain would get plenty of votes. But there have been a number of games that have suddenly popped up from the Other category that have become unexpected contenders. The Top 4 games at the time of this writing are:

  1. Dungeon World – 84 Votes
  2. FATE- 30.5 Votes
  3. EABA (End All Be All) 25.5  Votes
  4. Archmage System (13th Age)- 25 Votes

Our latest surprise is EABA v2.01 from BTRC. It’s only half a vote above the Archmage system from Pelgrane Press. Thank you all very much for the current feedback. It’s good to see what my audience would like to see come out of this company.

So if you haven’t voted yet, or you know some friends that would be interested, pass the word along quickly! Vote!

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  1. Really great to see a company seeking consumer input like this.

    • Thank you, Tom! I consider this to be important since many game companies usually don’t seek out public opinion before a product is made. The cause for this is that roleplaying games are as much an artistic endeavor as it is a commercial project.

      Game designers tend to stick to what excites them and figure that others of a like mind will also enjoy it. There is nothing wrong with that approach. Makers of Fine Art have been using it for centuries. My mind tends to lean more toward Commercial Art, however. I’d like to know my audience and make something for them that they are going to enjoy.

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