Started by Ron Edwards, July 28, 2010, 11:23:17 AM
Quote from: Ron Edwards on August 11, 2010, 09:02:42 PMUm ... but all you weirdos with your electronic Lovecraft are welcome too. Is there some way to hybridize that stuff with "whoa-oh-oh na na?"
QuoteNor am I inclined to combine [the supplements] with the core book
QuoteSome kind of actual-play emphasis with instant-arrival access on the website.
Quote from: Ron Edwards on August 23, 2010, 12:34:30 PM...people have conceived of relationship maps (Soul) and certain Stance and scenario prep issues (Sword) as basic Sorcerer technique, and they aren't. Of all the ways to play Sorcerer, what I think of as the best and original-intention way has received the least attention, which is probably my fault.
Quote from: Ron Edwards on July 28, 2010, 11:23:17 AM1. A new version of the core book which preserves all the original text, but includes extensive annotations from my current perspective. It might have new art and cover too.
Quote from: Ron Edwards on August 12, 2010, 05:20:49 AMI'm not trying to expand the audience in conceptual terms. I know perhaps more than any RPG publisher I ever met exactly who the primary audience for Sorcerer is: the role-player who is creatively frustrated without being able to articulate why, and the "why" is raw Narrativist priorities. Basically, the gamer I was in about 1992. I'm not trying to expand beyond that. I'm thinking about ways to bring the game forward to those who are already in the audience zone..
Quote from: James_Nostack on August 13, 2010, 11:38:14 PMA Fool and His Money* T-shirts. Maybe posters.* That cool coin-as-business-card the guy had at GenCon. * Little plastic/hard-rubber demon creatures. Dear lord.
Quote from: Finarvyn on August 28, 2010, 09:47:05 PMRon, I know that you have a great sense as to what direction you want Sorcerer to go, but I think you're missing something here. I believe there is also an audience who would appreciate Sorcerer if only it was presented to them in the right way, and I think that expanding the audience would be beneficial to that demographic.