thread: 2009-12-18 : Seed content

On 2009-12-25, ThoughtBubble wrote:


Would this be like when my friends and I made a complex, political, mythological, magical setting and then tried to play it in D&D? And my spymaster friend couldn't really do too much long term proactive spying, and my paladin's messed up family relationships couldn't come to bear, and our kung-fu master's style rivalries couldn't play a role. So the only character who really could do his thing was the guy who built as a "spellcaster". And it stunk, and we stopped as soon as we tried to figure out where to start because we realized that the rules couldn't support this world.

Because that's the best example of seed content not matching rules play that I've got.


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