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Re: (TFT) the Loran and Inthelabyrinth online games

Craig, Larry,
You are welcome to join the LoranRPG Y! group and post an invite to any active TFT group. The LoranRPG group still exists and posts occasionally (usually when we get spammed!) but it hasn't played for a while due to lack of a game master. The characters were left on a ship at sea, so they might even turn up at a port in someone else's game ...

When I game mastered the group, I tried to keep most of the game mechanism out of sight, and would often wing it and go with the narrative flow rather than follow a hard line ruling. So I'm not sure how important TFT as a system was to most of the players. To my mind, that flexibility is one of the great strengths of TFT. 

IMHO TFT is a better system (than D&D) for Lankhmar or Hyboria, or the game world I wanted to play in. I was never that fond of Cidri, so I created my own world and that's evolved over the years. If I run the game again, it will probably be slightly different again, hopefully better.


Chris Nicole

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Craig W. Barber" <craigwbar@comcast.net>
> To: tft@brainiac.com
> Subject: Re: (TFT) the Loran and Inthelabyrinth online games
> Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 17:34:10 -0700
> Looks like fun.  I signed up and will enjoy lurking!  (Maybe playing, too.)
> 38 players??  How much overlap with the tft list?
> Larry, could we recruit the players for the geographical registry?  That is,
> is this group into the TFT or are they  into this particular social group and
> campaign?  If they are TFTer's then is there a polite way to add them to the
> geographical list??
>    ----- Original Message -----
>    From: Larry R
>    To: tft@brainiac.com
>    Sent: Monday, November 20, 2006 2:02 PM
>    Subject: Re: (TFT) the Loran and Inthelabyrinth online games
>    Peter von Kleinsmid wrote:
>    > Hi Larry!
>    >
>    > What were the Loran and Inthelabyrinth online games?
>    >
>    > PvK
>    > =====

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