Started by Troy_Costisick, April 13, 2012, 06:38:43 AM
Quote from: Callan S. on April 15, 2012, 10:11:06 PMDepends - when the various (christian, was it?) groups called D&D devil worship, they were upset by it - did it bother you to keep playing it and by such, upsetting them? Not sure how native indian culture somehow became more sacred somehow?It depends on A: Whether as a whole they feel their culture has to be taken very seriously (TM) and B: If you feel any culture that demands to be taken very seriously can't have a little bit of sillification. I mean, what are you gunna have - a dude who summons some ancestor to throw a thunderbolt at the zombies or such? It sounds silly and you already seem to call it silly - its not like your representing some true knowledge of them. Really can't all cultures stand a bit of sillification, or they must all be treated with dread sacredness?
Quote from: Ron Edwards on May 07, 2012, 10:12:54 AMHi Troy,Spend some time at Deeper in the Game. It includes some resources and viewpoints which will at least permit you to decide whether there's an issue.Best, Ron