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"Deep In the Game" Gamehacks Contest: D&D

Paging Brandon...
"Gamehack any edition of D&D with a new set of rules which change any one, or more, of the following:

- Changes Creative Agenda
- Changes tactical emphasis of play
- Changes how players can input
- Produces methods to improvise opposition

Email the details in 2 pages or less, (font not smaller than 10 point, smarty-pants)."

Full details over on Chris's blog; the header above is linked directly to the relevant post. Deadline's May 30.

It sounds interesting, but D&D is such a seemingly lost cause to me, I'm not sure it is worth saving.

Well that and if I spend all my time thinking of D&D hacks, when will have time to think of ways to prove that I am better at TSOY than you (Phil).

fight! fight!

It sounds interesting, but D&D is such a seemingly lost cause to me, I'm not sure it is worth saving.

Why do you think I'm asking other people instead of doing it myself? =P

But depending on how this goes, I'm thinking about doing hack-contests for other mainstream-ish games.

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