"In a way, you are worse than Krusk" " As usual, Krusk comments with assuredness, but lacks the clarity and awareness of what he's talking about"
"Can't say enough how much I agree with Krusk" "Wow, thank you very much"
"Your advice is the worst"
I'm ok with house rules. What does bother me is house rules for a game thats not out yet.
You wouldn't walk into a five-star resturaunt, order a meal, then go back into the kitchen to make suggestions of what to add to the chef after sampling a few ingreditants, would you?
I can't see why people want to come up with modifications for a product that isn't even released yet, heaven forbidd they see the rule book first and then decide whether they want or need to make a house-rule.
I guess as a maker of games myself it kind of strikes me as a "how dare you question the creator's rules?" kinda thing. I trust when some-one comes up with a game they have the good sense to get everything right, and if changes need to be made the makers will fix them, as they know best, as they came up with the rules in the first ****ing place!
So, in conclusion, play how you want to play. If you want to make a house rule, thats cool and have every right to, but it'd be nice to be patient and look at the rules before up and declaring changes that should be made.
i see wat u mean this might just mean that my dm sucks because he would let other peps be drow but not me