Re: LOTR films and D&D
- Alana, I expect you're entirely correct. And I also suspect that I'd get really into it, with the right combination of game/campaign and group. But that's also unlikely to happen, so I'm just glad to know there are folks out there enjoying that form of creativity.
-- Lynn --
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Alana Abbott <alanajoli@...> wrote:
> I think gaming itself has a wide variety of interests, from more tactical
> gamers to those who are primarily story driven. I write for D&D and various
> other RPGs professionally, but my home games are very different from the
> ones I write, because my audience is different. I'm currently running a
> Mythic Greece game and a Viking Saga game with my home gamers, and we're
> telling fun (and somewhat anachronistic) stories and turning the myths on
> their heads now and again. We have a good time. :)
> I hadn't read DM of the Rings in ages, and never all the way through, so I'm
> revisiting it now. Such fun!
> On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 11:42 PM, lynnmaudlin <lynnmaudlin@...> wrote:
> > My response to D&D and gaming in general is quite like yours, David - I
> > find them interesting in theory and boring in execution. And yet I have
> > friends who still game voraciously and have a great time. It's a good thing
> > we humans encompass so much variety, eh?!
> > Even so, I found the comic/blog/DM thing hysterical.
> > -- Lynn --
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