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Re: (TFT) Non-Cidri TFT

Me for one, I never much liked Cidri as a setting.
So I built my own game world.
It borrows from various sources including history, fiction and other game worlds (including Cidri). I use or adapt the bits I like and leave the rest.



> ----- Original Message -----
> From: ErolB1@aol.com
> To: tft@brainiac.com
> Subject: (TFT) Non-Cidri TFT
> Date: Sat, 2 Feb 2008 12:37:11 EST
> How many other people here run (or play in) TFT games that are definitely not
> set on Cidri?
> I almost never run a game set in a pre-made world, or in one adopted from
> fiction; I almost always create my own setting. Even when I do use a pre-made
> world, I will often create an "Elseworlds" version of it for my own game.
> For that matter I'm the same way about fan-fic and fan-artwork. When I write
> a story, the fun part for me is creating my own characters and setting. Why in
> the world then should I write a fan-fic story where I have to do the hard
> scut-work, but don't get to do any of the fun stuff?
> Now I seem to be a minority in this view, but I can't be the only one. Is
> there anyone else on the list who is like this?
> Erol K. Bayburt
> Evil Genius for a Better Tomorrow

Chris Nicole

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