It is difficult to say exactly what I did that allowed me to get a
response. I threw a tantrum on this list, and I sent another email to
yeilded an email that said the module would be
availible for download that day. I have no idea if my tantrum on this
I wish I had more for you.
The squeeky wheel gets the grease
--- In GreenRegent@yahoogroups.com
, Stephen Gryphon
> A while ago you posted to the group that you
> successfully got access to LGR3 when it was first
> We now find ourselves in a similar position -- we are
> running a convention Dec 12-14, and hoped to run both
> LGR3 and LGR4.
> We have LGR3, but LGR4 has not yet appeared... if it
> comes a month after LGR3 then it will appear this
> week, but even that would be inside the official
> minimum 14 days notice required.
> Can you provide any details of who you contacted at
> RPGA that solved your problems?
> (We have already written to rpgahq@, to order the
> scenario via email prior to the 14 days and comply
> with RPGA rules. We have not received a response yet.)
> - Stephen Gryphon
> RPGA #290016
> MacquarieCon organiser consultant
> --- Tom Brister <tuffy963@y...> wrote:
> > My convention concerns have been addressed by
> > the management. I will not speak about the
> > details, as the email was private, but I am
> > very happy with the response.
> > Tom Bristser
> > Millennium CON 6 RPGA coordinator
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