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Post Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 4:04 pm 
 

Thanks for the names, Mike, IIRC they match up with the published R3 pregens.  The Greyhawk reference is what threw me, thinking they were different than the published one.



Frank, do you mind if I use that info on my Greyhawk Anagrams and Homages page at Gygax's Greyhawk Anagrams, Puns, and Homages ?


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Post Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 4:22 pm 
 

grodog wrote:do you mind if I use that info on my Greyhawk Anagrams and Homages page




Any time. I dribble a lot and if some folks wanna collect it, fine...  :wink:

  

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Post Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 6:26 pm 
 

ExTSR wrote:
grodog wrote:do you mind if I use that info on my Greyhawk Anagrams and Homages page




Any time. I dribble a lot and if some folks wanna collect it, fine... :wink:




Frank, don't stop dribbling :!:



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Post Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 8:55 pm 
 

I have to concur.  Keep dribbling, Frank.



    I realize that my perspective is different because I teach history, but....



    RPG's are a significant cultural phenomenon.  Everyone involved in the industry, from the early days up to now, needs to pass along as many facts and recollections about their experiences as possible.



    Biographers and historians will be mining that trove of information for generations to come.  Seriously.



    Think about the pulp writers and publishers.  Think about how hard it is to find their work today, and how much interest there still is in that era.  Also, think about how valuable anything to do with the pulp era is today.



    Dribble...dribble a lot.   8)


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Post Posted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 2:16 am 
 

MShipley88 wrote:Dribble...dribble a lot.  8)




And stockpile original stuff to sell so your retirement is nice and comfy :P

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Post Posted: Sun Sep 04, 2005 10:21 pm 
 

Alright, anyone going to claim the win on this, or is this one going to be a secret as well........


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