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I hereby take this opportunity

Started by Ben Lehman, April 10, 2006, 01:26:43 AM

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Ben Lehman

To declare obsolete any game that does not have a "draw your robot" space on the character sheet.

"But Ben!" you protest feebly, "my game does not have robots at all!"

"and whose fault is that," I respond, shaking my head slowly at your blindness, "and whose fault is that, in the end?"

yrs--
--Ben

talysman

I second this motion, but add the "really cool draw-your-map-as-part-of-play" alternative, especially if you get to write stats on the map.
John Laviolette
(aka Talysman the Ur-Beatle)
rpg projects: http://www.globalsurrealism.com/rpg

Ben Lehman

Hrm.  I consider that decidedly inferior to drawing your robot.

But... if you insist.

yrs--
--Ben

TonyLB

The robot game in my head comes with a plastic bag of assorted legos.

"Draw" indeed!
Just published: Capes
New Project:  Misery Bubblegum

Larry L.

Can we look forward to this feature in the next version of Polaris?

DevP

Bliss Stage IS the sequel to Polaris.

Walt Freitag

In any really good robot game, your robot should be able to draw itself.

- W
Wandering in the diasporosphere

Bankuei

Ben, why do you think I had to make my own Burning Wheel character sheets?  Where was all that robot gonna go?

Chris

Ben Lehman

Quote from: DevP on April 10, 2006, 03:26:29 AM
Bliss Stage IS the sequel to Polaris.

Prequel, actually.

I'm glad to see spirited discussion, but you can't change a universal truth by arguing.

yrs--
--Ben

Joel P. Shempert

Well then gee, what's the Internet for??
Story by the Throat! Relentlessly pursuing story in roleplaying, art and life.

joshua neff

Quote from: Melinglor on April 10, 2006, 08:13:40 AM
Well then gee, what's the Internet for??

Porn. And robots. And robot porn.
--josh

"You can't ignore a rain of toads!"--Mike Holmes