thread: 2012-06-11 : Ask a Frequent Question

On 2012-06-16, Gear wrote:

Something that really struck me about Dogs In The Vineyard was how the rigid gender and social roles of the Faith were mirrored in the book's treatment of the GM. This is how you do things, here's some advice on doing them well; if you get proud and try to do something else, it's not going to turn out well for anyone involved. How intentional was that and how important would you say it is to have that kind of specific understanding (whatever that understanding may be) of a GM's proper role?

P.S. I read and loved DITV, skimmed and enjoyed Poison'd, and only just recently started reading the articles you've written on colour and currency, so please forgive me if this is a total newb question or isn't particularly coherent.


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