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Started by Bob Bell, July 16, 2004, 07:02:42 PM
Quote from: Bob BellDefining and categorizing rules in a clearly organized hierarchy would be the defining task for (...) owners/ moderators....There would be other divisions such as Rules>Settings, Rules>Character Design, and Rules>Weapons Database, I am sure Ron or some other long-timer could come up with a good hierarchy.
QuoteThe weapons and vehicles database could compile real-world stats while relegating system-specific ideas to other areas. Weapon construction, size, weight, range, ammunition, etc. could be listed in a spreadsheet style with a few blank columns for things like Health and Damage.
Quote from: Bob BellI may take the initial approach of a historical listing of rpg's and a v e r y brief overview of their Character, Color, Situation, Setting, and System. That would perhaps allow me to become more familiar with what has been written since the first boxed D&D set. My own knowledge of what has been and what still is actually published is rather limited. I will surf on over to wikipedia as I have heard of it, but never seen a wiki site. Also, with a couple of dozen games so categorized it might make a rational structure or appropriate lack thereof more apparent (or magnify the hopeless futility of even attempting such a project!)