Um? This certainly has potential to be interesting – like the celebrity WoD remixes in the Requiem Chronicler’s Guide but on a much grander scale – but as a final project before retirement? To follow Ptolus? Monte Cook’s WtF is more like it. Timeframe is next summer.
– and here were we, thinking it might have been D&D 4th edition. Hmmmm!
Hey! Its World of Darkness now with 200% more unnecessary mechanics!
umm…so that what …a total of 500% total unnecessary mechanics?
sheesh, trying one combat in vampires took a whole night of game play, ugh
Uh, more like OC commentors, now with 300% more totally unnecessary, vaguely rude hyperbole.
Talk about prejudging a product, people. I don’t know if Monte Cook ran over your dogs or what. Your comments might amount to more if you were actually judging a, you know, finished product.
Objectivity – it’s not just for scientists anymore.
I agree with Mike though – it seems a pretty big final project to pull after Ptolus.
I think Monte does very good work, so I’m certainly interested in hearing more.
Can’t believe this will be his last gamebook before he goes into storywriting full-fledged.
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