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Re: (TFT) Rules, Publishing and the World WIde Web...

From: "Brennan O'Brien" <veilheim@yahoo.com>
Subject: (TFT) Rules, Publishing and the World WIde Web...
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 22:03:18 -0700 (PDT)

Another hairbrained scheme....

Aren't they all hairbrained schemes that we come up with, Brennan? Question is, which one will win?

--- John Paul Bakshoian <hailmelee@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >From: "Cas Liber" <casliber@ozemail.com.au>
> >Subject: (TFT) Rules, Publishing and the World WIde
> Web...
> >Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 20:44:46 -0700
> >
> >Dear All,
> >why are we quibbling about publishing rules?
> >
> >What is wrong with sticking things on websites?
> Then anyone who has a
> >printer can print what he likes and make his/her
> costomizable TFT
> >additions rulebook!
> Perhaps a way to do it is Joe's concept for PBEM.
> He finds out if the
> player has a copy of ITL, AW, AM by asking them what
> is on page 32 or
> something like that.  I'm assuming that all
> printings of ITL are identical;
> all the information is on the same page of any book.
> Therefore if we publish, lets say a Full Talent
> Chart, any reference to a HT
> copyright item could just list the name and page of
> the item with no
> description.  That would mean that the book would
> still have to be used to
> get the data and that should perhaps please the
> courts.
> Sample:
>   IQ 10
>     BLOCK/COUNTERSTRIKE (2). This allows a 12+Dex
> character to fully
>        block and counterstrike the same opponent at
> -4Dex.
>     FENCING (3). ITL Page 13
>     REMOVE TRAPS (1). ITL Page 13
>     SCAVENGING (2).  Allows character an IQ roll to
> see if he can
>        pick up useful items in the local.
>     COMPUTING (2).  SG #24 Page 29  "More Talents"
> by Jo Blo.
> Just one possible solution to a sticky problem.
> Hail Melee
> John Paul

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