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Author Topic: homage blog to the prez  (Read 1931 times)

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« on: June 29, 2002, 10:09:50 PM »

I just wanted to post a 'thank you' to clinton for being gracious enough to be running things behind the curtain. I think we all know how difficult it can be doing 'independent' ventures while trying to maintain a real life.

Hell, he's even got a serious girlfriend which adds major target number modifers to the equation.

Gordon C. Landis

Posts: 1024

I am Custom-Built Games

« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2002, 03:57:46 PM »

I try to periodically post a "thanks for the Forge" message - this looks like the place for it . . .

Clinton and Ron obviously put tons o' work and love into this place, and the members are just phenomenal.  I appreciate it every time I play/do my mini-design work on RPGs.  Even as a player in a D&D game, I find ways to improve my game experience as a result of this place and the people who post here.

So . . . hell yeah, major thanks to Clinton.  For his work on the techie side, his game designs, and his presence in the forums.  A big salute to Ron for *his* designs, presence, and his drive and passion for what RPGs can be.  And my thanks to the "Forge community" - yr'all fanbloodytastic.

(who's actually a bit of a cynic, but I mean this.  Really.  Thanks.)

www.snap-game.com (under construction)
Jesse Paulsen

Posts: 9

« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2002, 11:24:02 PM »

Pretty much a lurker here, but I wanted to thank Clinton and Ron for ruining the vast majority of RPG-related online content for me. Never really been content with roleplaying or the material generated by content roleplayers, so I seek out the efforts of the malcontents, their attempts to make roleplaying, well, enjoyable.

Now, everywhere I turn, I see site after site of material created by folks who have not yet begun to understand why they are not enjoying what they do. Slowly I realize, after a few weeks of mixed curiosity and skepticism, that I too have been converted by The Forge into thinking about roleplaying on an entirely new level.

Thanks a lot.
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