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RE: (TFT) Do you remember the first time you played?
That's twice now that the formating of my post has done strange and unexpected
things. Part of me is horrified. Ah well.
I thought this was interesting.
> In the summer before starting Jr High a pamphlet from our church had this
> article about a game that let players take part in amazing adventures. And
> was made by some guys in my state. I immediately sent in an order to the
> address in the article.
You first found out about it from church. That's a first. Yes, I'm pretty
sure this is something I have never heard before. Yet somehow it makes
perfect sense. I wonder, are churches the perfect marketing opportunity? You
know, go before mass, slip a pamplet into all the prayer books. Or was it
just a single page flier on a table in the foyer. Dose one have to first
convert the Priest to RPG in cases like this? The more I think about it, the
more genius I see. A little bit of controversy or discussion are powerful
marketing tools. The absolute home run scenario is to have the Priest
denounce your game from the pulpit.
David Michael Grouchy II
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