Re: Elves and Ill Bethisad
|From:||JS Bangs <jaspax@...>|
|Date:||Monday, October 20, 2003, 17:03|
Costentin Cornomorus sikyal:
> > > (3) in my opinion, Ill Bethisad has moved
> > > into a direction I don't prefer.
> You think you're alone in this opinion?
I'm curious as to what aspects of Ill Bethisad displease you. The
"direction" that I have mostly noted is an expansion of its geographical
purview (looking into Asia and the Americas more) and an infilling and
elaboration of its history. These both seem like Good Things to me. There
is becoming less room for "mythical" elements like elves, but this is an
incidental trend that could probably be reversed.
I've long been interested in doing a part in Ill Bethisad, but haven't had
Jesse S. Bangs firstname.lastname@example.org
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