Setting / Backdrop has come up in some recent discussions as well, regarding a game in design and situations. How much is too much or too little? I think that depends on your taste. A game like Symbaroum is heavy setting. Glorantha is heavy setting as well and it changes depending on the system you play it with. Shadowrun is tied to the Sixth World and Earthdawn is tied to the Fourth (I think).
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Posted by: Sean_RDP
03 Apr 2020
Finding D&D, part 4! This one is scaring me. Remember how I warned that the one about fundamentalism and the OSR wouldn't be insulting? I fear this one can't say the same, and even if it doesn't go too far, I know it's going to gore a lot of oxen.
Posted by: Ron Edwards
05 Apr 2018
Games: Dungeons & Dragons sensu lato, Finding D&D, Arduin Grimoire, GURPS, GURPS Fantasy, Lejendary Adventures, Skyrealms of Jorune, Talislanta, Dangerous Journeys, Warhammer, Forge: Out of Chaos, Hahlmabrea, Legendary Lives, Earthdawn, RuneQuest, Numenera, Torchbearer, DragonQuest, Tunnels & Trolls, 13th Age, Ysgarth, Harnmaster, Empire of the Petal Throne