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i am both angry and sad.. i will never agree with you using my chars or idea's.. if you want to make cthulhu use your own ideas also: i havnt been very obdating because im in the middle of the exsams! but thats allmost over now.... ill be back on friday... going to my grandpa's 90th birthday..
First, pardon me if I don't address and correct your spelling like my colleague Deadly Nightshade does in your own thread.
For your information, I am responding to concerns expressed by a couple of Cthulhlu RPG players who are looking for a reliable and regularly updated game. I talk to them on MSN each evening.
As it happens, I have been developing a campaign for playing live online in IRC (Internet Relay Chat), so my own game is available more or less off the shelf. I was looking to run it fairly soon anyway, and having it as a back-up or alternative to your own game seems like a good idea.
If you want to take that as a criticism, then thatâ€™s your prerogative. However, you could take it as a wake-up call, and look to making your own game even better.
Do feel free to join my game if you like, but please think about using a spellchecker.
Last edited by Hard A**; June 10th, 2005 at 09:53.
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?
Also, if you have a problem with a certain Member or Members, then please PM them rather than make a post about how angry you are.
*Fires the Padlock cannon at the topic*
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