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Re: (TFT) THE LISTS funniest quotes

In a message dated 12/28/2007 10:23:04 PM Central Standard Time, 
david_michael_grouchy_ii@hotmail.com writes:
> Erol,
>    I appreciate that.  I don't feel we have had any trouble understanding 
> you
> position.  So why do you keep convincing us what it is?  You already have 
> our
> undivided attention.  Where is your series of programmed adventures showing 
> us
> some good adventures.  Where are your collection of stories showing the 
> beauty
> of this different style. 

I honestly didn't expect you to be interested in such, any more than I'm 
interested in the stories and adventures based on your style. What I was hoping 
for and expecting was a mutual acknowledgement that there is no One Right and 
True Way to play TFT, and that we could agree to disagree wrt our respective 
preferences. "YMMV" and all that. 

What I was looking to get by being on the list was some discussion on points 
in common.

 Where are your exhaustive rules analysis and tables
> full of new spells.  

I'm not so big on creating new spells. Modifying the effects of existing 
spells, yes. (For example, I've pretty much increased the duration of spells by 
5-fold across the board.) But not so much for creating new ones. 

As for rules analysis, I have some of that, too. But I'd hope my giving such 
doesn't turn out as badly as it did during the flame-fest over 

I mean you have had the stage for over a year now.  Do
> you need more time?

Stage? I didn't think mailing lists worked that way. I though they were open 
to whoever wanted to post. 

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