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On Thu, 12 Oct 2000 16:15:24 CDT, "David Michael Grouchy II"
<david_michael_grouchy_ii@hotmail.com> wrote:

>>     I still like HarnMaster more but TFT is easier
>>to teach to folks new to RPGs, even than D&D.
>>Yours in Cidri,
>     Harn is the high end in role playing maps.  Real cartography.  Dungeons 
>with a little number in every room representing the height of the ceiling.  
>I consider TFT to be on the opposite end of role playing map quality.  All 
>other games lie somewhere in-between.  I don't know anyone who doesn't 
>either make their own, or buy a different set of maps.  I even ran a TFT 
>Harn campaign.  We had a blast.  It was great.  I came away feeling that in 
>an alternate time line where TFT did develope, Harn may have had more than 
>just a TFT feel to it.  TFT armed with Harns setting could have easily 
>toppled AD&D.  Back in the day.  Hey, is there a GURPS/Harn suppliment yet?  
>I thought I saw one.

Don't thin so, though I note that C&S and Harn seem to have crossover

SJ Ross has a dungeon mapping font that looks like it might be of
interest to TFT types, even if it does neglect the MEgahex

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