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Well, anyway, questccg; it

Well, anyway, questccg; it sounds like everyone got into publishing Table-top Rpgs. too much and tries to take over. And brutally and violently with all that editing when it's a Game. So I would tell 'em all: It's just a Game, calm down. When no one has anything perfectly-balanced, and they all feel like they really have nothing good at the end, and tell it. And it sounds like they do alot of exchanging and hoarding at the end.

When I can just go to a regular Toy Company... ... ...But ahp! It looks like Wizards of the Coast stuck their big butt in the way of anyone gettin' to Hasbro. Lol! And they make it look like they've taken over... or will...

Well, I don't have to keep-up on everything these lunatics are doing. I just need a Game Publisher. Not an imperfect-critic. A REAL Game Publisher. Or I can just buy my own printer one day, when I get a loan from a role-player fan, a rich One.

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Analogue: You roll

Analogue:

You roll through the realizations of your plans being ready means you are going to have to make them for the first quest that comes to you. Standing-up from your sleep, you grab at the day in denial; and the new area you think you are going to end-up in. You'll have to get something for your change of plans re-bracing your old paraphernalia and strategies to be complacements for adapting and altering for "Filling" for the Quest-pot(Or Cooking-pot/Area-pot), but, it's EQUIPMENT that shows your new direction.
You know that stresses the authorities here, but, they, at least; feel its worth that, finally, they'll get some goals done. You know you're, finally, gonna' have the chance to find those answers to strict ponderings you OFTEN came to being prodded to answer in your past Wisdom Peakings. One more thing you notice in a "Perfectly-Awakening World", is that the closer you come to doing something that'll bring up a journey-question you would find an answer for, the less analyzing sturdiness you need to conclude any questions and the less ponderings in life you see coming.
Knowing what real life is, finally, you start seeing the real-balanced-world again, as; you feel like you're breathing fresh air lifting your head up from the Fantasy Peaks. You're not questionably too lazy to prevent yourself from tripping on too many unanswered things. Authoritively, you now easily traverse the unsteady questionables and quivering Wisdoms, which, without as many CHALLENGING questionables-obstacles in the way; the feeling that you could be taken advantage of, while, putting up dozens of fake answers just to get to lunch is gone...

~"...paraphernalia"~
~...Last Paragraph.~

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Publishing

There. I tried Lulu.com, and they seem to be working(Someone on The Game Crafter suggested it). Thanks:

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/moonlounge

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You have a publisher

Congratulations, lulu.com are publishing your game. Unfortunately I don't think anybody is going to buy it at that price.

If you are expecting a game publisher to buy it on lulu and then start printing it, then that isn't how it works.

You are selling directly to the people who are going to play it. Set the price that you would expect someone to walk into a shop and pay.

You'd probably get some sales from people on this site - out of curiosity if nothing else.

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He doesn't get it...

thoughtfulmonkey wrote:
...You are selling directly to the people who are going to play it. Set the price that you would expect someone to walk into a shop and pay...

I agree and my curiosity has a limit of $40.00. I seriously can't picture anything "glorious" in the module for all I know it's just ramblings. That's how much I would be willing to entertain buying the "book" at...

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This won't work.

This won't work.

People these days want:
- Demo introduction game
- Buying the real first complete introduction game
- Buying addons

Not the complete game at once for a lot of money. While they don't even know if it is fun enough.

Unless... it only costs like 40.

Good luck any way.

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Another perspective

X3M wrote:
...People these days want:
- Demo introduction game
- Buying the real first complete introduction game
- Buying addons

Hmm that's another good point. Couldn't you design the perfectly balanced "sub-module" which is only a part of the perfectly balanced game module? Like have 10 "sub-modules" of 20 pages each? And sell those for $20.00 each. That way it would cost $200.00 to buy the whole perfectly balanced collection???

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Well, that sounds like 3

Well, that sounds like 3 interested parties if the book is sold retail for $40 on lulu. Would you guys still be interested if it didn't have illustrations or the "polish" of your typical RPG book? Because I am starting to think, screw searching for a publisher, female illustrators, and such, and just get this book out there for the general market.

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I am really skeptical about

I am really skeptical about this "perfectly balanced" system and an asking cost of over $600 for a game I've heard nothing about is a pretty tall order.

I'm thinking this game is perfectly balanced according to the author, not to the consumer. Regardless of how "artistic" the author is, if the public isn't connecting with the vision, the artist has failed.

But I have several thoughts about this whole thing.

To me, art is simply about communication. The artist needs to communicate through their medium. A singer communicates through their voice, a paint artist communicates through their paint, a designer communicates through their work. If someone "gets" the vision, the artist is successful. If there's a disconnect, the artist has failed.

Game design is not only a business, but it's trial an error. The problem we face as designers is that there's always the human element that can make our work go out of order. The sad truth is that no game is perfectly balanced. Even a classic games like chess took hundreds of years to evolve and it's still a broken game. For someone to say that they have created a perfectly balanced game that RELIES on the human element is a pretty bold statement.

But is it worth a $600+ drop?

How can the public trust a veritable unknown when they haven't proven themselves. That's a lot of trust given to the audience; what if the audience doesn't like it?

Does this mean I'm trying to shoot down the OP? Absolutely not. It's a reality check. It's hard enough for an established designer to sell a game at $100, much less $600, no matter how good the game is. Plus you're dealing with an age where words are cheap. An encyclopedia book set now is about $600 in nicely bound books with gold leaf stamped onto a (p)leather-bound binding, but I can get my info from Wikipedia for free. People write novels online and sell them for less than $1.

If I'm going to shell out $600 for a game, I'd better see quality components, wood carvings or laser-cut, custom pieces.

And it better be damn good.

So what can the OP do? Demo the game. Go to conventions, get people to play. If it's truly "perfectly-balanced", then it should be easy to win over an audience of gamers, correct? Once it is shown the game is "perfectly balanced", he will have no problem finding funding. It's very simple, a quality product will get funding if the right people see it. If that is not possible, create a more chewable version at a respectable price.

I respect the OP's attempt to create an RPG. But as an instructor that teaches on the college level, has worked in the game industry, is about to release his own card game, and has been a player for (slightly) longer than the OP, I've realized there's far more to being successful in the game industry than just having a great idea. It's work, iteration, testing, iteration, testing, more iteration, more testing, it never stops.

tl;dr version: An RPG by an unknown developer is not worth $600. Period.

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Next time, TLDR version in

Next time, TLDR version in front :)

But I did read it all. And it is exactly as you say.

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@ the author. Please let us know if any one has bought the game.

Personnaly. I would start with a simple printout word document for others to try it out. Best oppinions come from this place.

If no one has play tested. There are 7 billion people out there who are NOT going to buy the game.
If some have play tested. There are 7 billion - 5? people out there who are NOT going to buy the game at $620. Perhaps $5?
Now, if the game is good, it would be recommended to others. Now the number of players increases. And the word goes fast. The more people who want to play the game, the higher you can raise the price. But then, if your price goes to high. The number of people simply plummets down again.

It is economics.

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That's an idea.

That's an idea. WelcrielWawdriqe, have you considered doing a demo game at GenCon? You could even shop it around there and approach some publishers. Meet some scantily clad cosplay girls who do illustration maybe.

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I'm a headbanger. I'm a

I'm a headbanger.
I'm a Writer.
I'm a Ninja.
I'm an Author.
I'm a Game Designer.
I was in an old D&D Club.

I'm the First One to discover how to perfectly-balance a Table-top Rpg. And I made a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. Game Module in full.

You're Welcome.

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WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:I'm a

WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:
I'm a headbanger.
I'm a Writer.
I'm a Ninja.
I'm an Author.
I'm a Game Designer.
I was in an old D&D Club.

I'm the First One to discover how to perfectly-balance a Table-top Rpg. And I made a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. Game Module in full.

You're Welcome.

Claiming something is one thing. Backing it up is another.

I've learned in my time in the game business that self-proclaimed titles are crap if you can't back it up. I believe you write. I believe you've been in an old D&D club. But writing needs an editor, a singer needs a guide, a game needs testers...even the most brilliantly engineered devices have bugs that need checking.

But what does "perfectly balanced" mean?

Does it mean there's no way to "master" the game? Does it mean the system has its own checks and balances?

Does it mean it's fun?

Dude, I have nothing to gain here. You have everything to gain. I write this because there's a reality we all must face when we make games: it is the consumer that judges whether or not it's a good game (not you). You must answer these questions if you want to make any kind of success off of this.

So you can continue to make bold statements about how you know everything and we know nothing. You can keep talking about how you've actually "done it" and made something "perfectly balanced". But at the end of the day, your game can't be enjoyed if it's not played. Your game can't be played if it's not bought. Your game can't be bought if it's $600. And you can't get people to buy it because you said so.

You're welcome.

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WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:I'm a

WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:
I'm a headbanger.
I'm a Writer.
I'm a Ninja.
I'm an Author.
I'm a Game Designer.
I was in an old D&D Club.

I'm the First One to discover how to perfectly-balance a Table-top Rpg. And I made a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. Game Module in full.

You're Welcome.

Word, but I'm flat out serious. Can you make it up to GenCon this year? A headbanging writer/ninja would fit right in there, and it is the best venue that you are going to find for pitching your game. I may even be making it up there this year, in which case we can have a beer together.

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I don't talk to guys anymore,

I don't talk to guys anymore, and I don't make friends with them anymore, and I don't hang-out with them, and I don't work with them and I don't have anything to do with them anymore.

And I don't Role-play with them in a D&D Group anymore, I only Role-play with girls these Days and eventually I'll have some girls for us being in a D&D Club together.

I'm sorry, but that would be a good time with you at GenCon; but I have an obstacled Life and a particularate Life with boarders... borders, I mean.

And I think radioactivemouse was an old Player. I think he was good. But he just doesn't know HOW to buy the Game. It sounds right like he knows TO buy it. So, radioactivemouse, if you were good, I'll just tell you this: I said I was looking for a gOOd Publisher that knows Rpgs. or sOmething, and can inspect the Game just to make sure they know what it is, and then sell it. This Game is THIS genre, so THEY'RE the Ones in Business that need an Education; not me.

They need to either have Experience Playing Rpgs., or know how to read these kinds of things to be able to recognize them. I'm already Educated, I'm trying to get INTO Business. I'm the maker and CREATOR of the product. They're only the Publisher. TheY'yy have to be able to recognize what it is.

I made a wholesome product, and brought the relic to an ignorant Publisher. And I don't think so. And I'll sit here and WAIT for my Money. I'm the Creator with all this experience in trying to make an on-giving Carbuncle Mold that can keep making itself. Since I don't know what a PUBLISHER does.

This is a Masterpiece, and more Priceless of Artistic Talent-participating than I've ever seen; and for all those conventions. Now, I did all this hard work in this Hateful World and a grueling One; and with all these negative petty-pickers around me all the time throughout anywhere I would go. So I would think I did this pretty good and with prowess to be able to finish it.

I'm the Creator, and the Publisher just has to put it out there when they know what it is.

So, radioactivemouse, you did good I'm sure; but I'm still gonna' test YOUR hints, too; and by saying something like: I'm having problems with the Electric Company, and they're gonna' be sued. Instead of me having to sit in the dark for a Month so far and having to put-up with certain people. But just because I'm Publishing a Game Module, and the Electric Company committed a Crime and also charges too much obviously; I have to look bad?

Well, I tried to get Electric Assistance, and they asked me what the heating-source is; and I told them which One and they didn't believe me, so I got mad, and then she got mad and charged me $630 on my next Electric Bill. When you don't get to ask what the heating-source is, because it's Electric Assistance. And I'm in an Apartment, so it's easy for me to say anyway what the heating-source is.

When yeah I got an Electric Heater. So gee I don't know what about Electric is charged so high for and with the dishwasher costing $10 a single run. When a Public Washer&Dryer each One costs $1.25 and less. So I know I'm not payin' for the heater, that's for sure; and I know what the First Month's Bill was. Since the heater for what Electric they're chargin' me individually according to their prices would have been... whuaAy up there.

But no one is payin' that much for it, since no Business would put-up with that from the Electric Company. But I'm supposed ta' be on Electric Assistance, anyway, so I don't really worry about it. But I can't get the Hospital to sue 'em. And I've waited long enough to get enough proof on the Electric Company, and especially since they're ridiculous anyway. And if I sue 'em on my own it wouldn't take much Money, if any.

And I swear ta' God it's such a Hateful World, someone would try to make me look bad anyway; just because I'm gonna' do good, and Sell a very good Game Module. And I swear ta' God you did good.and I'maheadbanger. And I know that's not One of the things you would try to get me on like One of those stupid little reta... or is it?

When I'm a headbanger, so that was a stupid hooker Electric Company to me.

~"…GenCon"~
~"…and I told them which One"~

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WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:I

WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:
I don't talk to guys anymore, and I don't make friends with them anymore, and I don't hang-out with them, and I don't work with them and I don't have anything to do with them anymore.

And I don't Role-play with them in a D&D Group anymore, I only Role-play with girls these Days and eventually I'll have some girls for us being in a D&D Club together.

I'm sorry, but that would be a good time with you at GenCon; but I have an obstacled Life and a particularate Life with boarders... borders, I mean.

And I think radioactivemouse was an old Player. I think he was good. But he just doesn't know HOW to buy the Game. It sounds right like he knows TO buy it. So, radioactivemouse, if you were good, I'll just tell you this: I said I was looking for a gOOd Publisher that knows Rpgs. or sOmething, and can inspect the Game just to make sure they know what it is, and then sell it. This Game is THIS genre, so THEY'RE the Ones in Business that need an Education; not me.

They need to either have Experience Playing Rpgs., or know how to read these kinds of things to be able to recognize them. I'm already Educated, I'm trying to get INTO Business. I'm the maker and CREATOR of the product. They're only the Publisher. TheY'yy have to be able to recognize what it is.

I made a wholesome product, and brought the relic to an ignorant Publisher. And I don't think so. And I'll sit here and WAIT for my Money. I'm the Creator with all this experience in trying to make an on-giving Carbuncle Mold that can keep making itself. Since I don't know what a PUBLISHER does.

This is a Masterpiece, and more Priceless of Artistic Talent-participating than I've ever seen; and for all those conventions. Now, I did all this hard work in this Hateful World and a grueling One; and with all these negative petty-pickers around me all the time throughout anywhere I would go. So I would think I did this pretty good and with prowess to be able to finish it.

I'm the Creator, and the Publisher just has to put it out there when they know what it is.

So, radioactivemouse, you did good I'm sure; but I'm still gonna' test YOUR hints, too; and by saying something like: I'm having problems with the Electric Company, and they're gonna' be sued. Instead of me having to sit in the dark for a Month so far and having to put-up with certain people. But just because I'm Publishing a Game Module, and the Electric Company committed a Crime and also charges too much obviously; I have to look bad?

Well, I tried to get Electric Assistance, and they asked me what the heating-source is; and I told them which One and they didn't believe me, so I got mad, and then she got mad and charged me $630 on my next Electric Bill. When you don't get to ask what the heating-source is, because it's Electric Assistance. And I'm in an Apartment, so it's easy for me to say anyway what the heating-source is.

When yeah I got an Electric Heater. So gee I don't know what about Electric is charged so high for and with the dishwasher costing $10 a single run. When a Public Washer&Dryer each One costs $1.25 and less. So I know I'm not payin' for the heater, that's for sure; and I know what the First Month's Bill was. Since the heater for what Electric they're chargin' me individually according to their prices would have been... whuaAy up there.

But no one is payin' that much for it, since no Business would put-up with that from the Electric Company. But I'm supposed ta' be on Electric Assistance, anyway, so I don't really worry about it. But I can't get the Hospital to sue 'em. And I've waited long enough to get enough proof on the Electric Company, and especially since they're ridiculous anyway. And if I sue 'em on my own it wouldn't take much Money, if any.

And I swear ta' God it's such a Hateful World, someone would try to make me look bad anyway; just because I'm gonna' do good, and Sell a very good Game Module. And I swear ta' God you did good.and I'maheadbanger. And I know that's not One of the things you would try to get me on like One of those stupid little reta... or is it?

When I'm a headbanger, so that was a stupid hooker Electric Company to me.

~"…GenCon"~
~"…and I told them which One"~

I'll be honest. You being a headbanger, having trouble with your electricity, and your difficulty in getting to conventions really means nothing to me. I don't criticize people based on their choice of music, living situation, or accessibility problems.

Your have an issue and this is a Board Game Designers Forum, not a life choices counseling session. The issue here is getting your game out. But you're running into a conundrum. You won't trust anyone to look at your game but you want people to buy it.

One has to give, sir. You either have to trust a developer or your game doesn't get sold. It's that simple. No one will buy an unproven RPG for $600, regardless of how good the developer thinks it is. Again, it's the players that will deem whether or not your game is perfectly balanced, not you.

Yes, it's a hateful world, but screaming at the world for its evil is not going to do you, or anyone else any good. You make the world your bitch, cause right now it seems like the other way around.

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Lol! This was a god***n

Lol! This was a god***n retard. You didn't listen to a word I said. And YOU don't judge whether or not it is a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. you little peon for it being PUBLISHED when you're just a common typical everyday player you little sped.

The PUBLISHER is the One who sees if they have a good product. And sell it for whatever it lives upto. I'm sorry, but you're in a WHOLE delusion of what problems I have.

You think the World gets to be Hateful. But I got news for you: It was said that if we ever get a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. all retards are being kicked-out of Rpgs. everywhere.That's the real World. I'm sorry my friend. But it was told very clearly, and since it was the Side of Good World that said that, and are the Ones that grandly know what a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. is; I'm sorry if you think it gets to be a Hateful World.

So if you have any problems getting to any conventions, you got what you paid for. Since you don't ever make-fun of a headbanger screaming at the Evil in the World, you little sped. Since this perfectly-balanced Game is real, you can go to Hell sOme Day.

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WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:Lol!

WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:
Lol! This was a god***n retard. You didn't listen to a word I said. And YOU don't judge whether or not it is a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. you little peon for it being PUBLISHED when you're just a common typical everyday player you little sped.

The PUBLISHER is the One who sees if they have a good product. And sell it for whatever it lives upto. I'm sorry, but you're in a WHOLE delusion of what problems I have.

You think the World gets to be Hateful. But I got news for you: It was said that if we ever get a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. all retards are being kicked-out of Rpgs. everywhere.That's the real World. I'm sorry my friend. But it was told very clearly, and since it was the Side of Good World that said that, and are the Ones that grandly know what a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. is; I'm sorry if you think it gets to be a Hateful World.

So if you have any problems getting to any conventions, you got what you paid for. Since you don't ever make-fun of a headbanger screaming at the Evil in the World, you little sped. Since this perfectly-balanced Game is real, you can go to Hell sOme Day.

Such hostility, sir.

You went on about your problems with electricity like it matters. I don't care. This is a Game Designers Forum, not a whine forum.

Again, I have nothing to gain here. You do. I have a game that's being published, you are hoping someone someone shells out $600 for your online text you call a game. I am media, I get into conventions just fine, tyvm, you had concerns going to Gen Con.

I say bring yourself down a couple notches and maybe we can talk as equals instead of you coming in thinking you have everything figured out.

I've traveled the game design road. I pitched my game, I developed it, I signed the contract, I'm doing the promotion, I've got a hard release date. I say you could learn a thing or two from me instead of trying to insult me.

But that's ok. It doesn't bother me one bit. In fact it's pretty entertaining trying to decipher what you call communication. At the end of the day, you'll still be looking for someone to publish/buy and I'll be here designing and releasing games.

Ciao.

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Lol! You are a common typical

Lol!

You are a common typical everday player. This guy is just rambling on repetitive downers that no one can do it.

headbanger.
Writer.
Ninja.
Author.
Game Designer.
D&D Club.

Can you spell, A. R. T. I. S. T.?

Were you One of those smeggy guys in the Past that started-out low and limited-resources like us that used to compete with our D&D Club on debates and made the simple things hard and the complicated things impossible until those little simple things you stretched until it sounded like Rpg. Politics going-out in the real World and joining the White House?

So, considering all-of-the-above; I don't think I whine here at all.

I wouldn't go to GenCon to meet a guy.

You don't get to playtest an Interaction Object before it's Distributed or Published.

I don't care how you insult Art, you little pig.

Masterpiece.

Anyway, as to everyone else here. I'm sorry, but I did say it, but I'll say it again. There's the link below for my Game Module, and it looks like it's being Published; thanks for your help:

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/moonlounge

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WelcrielWawdriqe

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Lol!

You are a common typical everday player. This guy is just rambling on repetitive downers that no one can do it.

headbanger.
Writer.
Ninja.
Author.
Game Designer.
D&D Club.

Can you spell, A. R. T. I. S. T.?

Were you One of those smeggy guys in the Past that started-out low and limited-resources like us that used to compete with our D&D Club on debates and made the simple things hard and the complicated things impossible until those little simple things you stretched until it sounded like Rpg. Politics going-out in the real World and joining the White House?

So, considering all-of-the-above; I don't think I whine here at all.

I wouldn't go to GenCon to meet a guy.

You don't get to playtest an Interaction Object before it's Distributed or Published.

I don't care how you insult Art, you little pig.

Perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. Game Module.

Anyway, as to everyone else here. I'm sorry, but I did say it, but I'll say it again. There's the link below for my Game Module, and it looks like it's being Published; thanks for your help:

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/moonlounge

There's no such thing as a perfect game. It's borne from my many years of professional game experience. What you're missing is that RPGs have a human element that cannot be controlled. You're claiming that out of the 30+ years of RPGs that aren't perfect, you come in and say you've got it? That's laughable. The fact you can't have a decent title without repeating letters makes it hilarious.

I am not a typical, everyday player. I'm a headbanger, writer, ninja, author...oh wait, that's your line. Here's the funny part, I know you can do it, you're head is just so far up in the clouds that no one is bothering to give you the time of day. I'm coming up to your face and telling you what you need to know and you respond by insulting me? The problem is YOU, not me. If you're not willing to compromise and change, then YOU'RE assed out, not me.

Do I have to repeat? I have nothing to gain here. You have EVERYTHING to gain here.

You went on about your difficulties with the electric company, which has no bearing on what we're talking about, so it's whining in my book. I don't say anything about my life here other than my game design experiences.

You need to go to Gen Con to play your game...remember, this was a suggestion to get your game seen by more people. Meeting a guy was just an encouragement to help you along your way.

But it's funny how you assume you know what my life is like. You call me things like it somehow affects me. A pig? Really? Is that the best you can do? 5-year-olds insult me better.

"You don't get to playtest an Interaction Object before it's Distributed or Published."

No man, you HAVE to test before distribution. Games need to be tested, plays need rehearsals, cops need training, if the above statement is truly your mindset, then I bid you good luck in your endeavors.

If we're going to lay down who we are, let me tell you who I am:

-I listen to all kinds of music. I'm a drummer, a bassist, and a singer. I have a band. Yes, I have a band. I don't funnel myself into one genre. It's severely limiting and narrow minded.
-I'm a professional writer. This means I got paid for what I did. It wasn't for some online publication (which I continue to do to this day anyways), I have published magazine credit which I got paid for.
-Game Designer. I've already said I'm releasing a game in July. It's done. Already in the bag.
-Game Clubs. Yes, I've led and managed (and continue to manage) game clubs that meet on a regular basis. Again, I don't limit myself to one genre of game...I have board, card, RPG, miniatures. This isn't a "used to be" thing. I continue to do it.
-Professional animator. I've worked on AAA games since 2003. You could say I'm an animation ninja!

And this is just a small list of what I've done.

I've said it before and I'll say it again. Self-proclaimed titles are crap unless you back it up.

So you can assume whatever you want about me, my life, what I do or what not. You can call me what you want, insult me, tell me to go to hell, whatever. Say what you want to make yourself feel better. It's not going to change the fact that you're not selling a game you claim is perfect.

You...you crack me up.

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Hey, don't let the smegs get

Hey, don't let the smegs get you down. People gave Lord Humungus a lot of flack too, but with a little hard work and a lot of perseverance, he formed his own motorcycle gang of marauders and became The Ayatollah of Rock and Roll-ah. That's my motivation for the game I'm currently working on.

I'm going to plug GenCon just one more time though, because I know of a few companies that attend who have women as part of the management and working the booths. You may have to talk to a man when turning in your ticket, but past that, I think you can get though the entire convention without ever having to deal with a guy.

Good luck, man, and I wish you the best with having your game on lulu.

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Thanks, Soulfinger. And good

Thanks, Soulfinger. And good luck to you on your Game, too.

The headbangers are already in-charge of the World, so I guess I just need to get my end done; and I'll get to 'em. I'm the only headbanger that has to get to the end.

But when I get there with THIS much success, I'll be with my Women; anyway. And you know how THEY take-over, and take care of things platinumesque and yHateyorfe when it comes to disturbing and negative things.

Since I CAN say how my Game's better than D&D: It's'way"better'than'D&D.

We just got done doing this on the internet for, like, the past 20 years. Like, every time we go to an online Rpg., we run into a problem, like; they need this in here, or they need that there, and every Game Owner says they need more balance. So EVERYone in the World knows what the need for a perfectly-balanced Rpg. is. Geez. Whuu! And it's been that many discussions about it 'til they were all Public Conversations or Debates. And 'til, like always, hahaha, no one ever gets to the end.

But it was many fun Nights of talking about it, and how everyone knew endlessly that One person could probably eventually do it; and knew that each Game needed something more, and was always missing something. So it was Celebrational, anyway, and it was alot of good times.

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So, ending

So, ending "radioactivemouse": Do you understand that I have a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg.?? And that you're just trying to take it from me? And that you are just a little retard. You don't GET to tarnish it and negative it and sit there and just curse it. And you don't GEt to discredit it on its way up there.

Since and you don't get to damage a product on its way to a Business.

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Boy, you sure make-fun of

Boy, you sure make-fun of alot of Powerful people with your High-resilience Business dictate-an-Artist-like-they're-always-a-Novice Attitude. When I don't know what YOU'VE been learning, but I've been out havin' fun. I've been seeing the REAL World, and how Games really are.

When I don't know what YOU'VE learned but all this lecturing, dictating, harsh-scoldings, correct ways, sturdiness in Publishing, how to re-word things, how to re-frame things, how to re-type things, how to re-position things, how to re-read things, how to get it ready for display for criticism, how to get it ready to present it, how to get it looked-at for accuracy...

When I don't know when YOU made the fuckin' thing.

Anyway, it sounds like you didn't learn to be a Game Maker, you sound more like you've learned to become a Publisher.

And of what kind, I don't know. I don't know wHo those people are. I don't know WHo the f*** you've been talking to. Well, if they did you good, congratulations.

You're not yelling at ME.

You're such old-fashioned sticklers.

When I'm sick-and-tired of you lecturing me when I'm an Artist.

I'm not stupid. I made my good thing and you can go to Hell. You're not ruining it. Especially when it's just because you think I'm stupid. When I'm sick-and-tired of it. Why don't you just shut you're fuckin' mouth.

Since I don't know what you do but is make an old geisly Game. After all that arguing and lecturing and cross-rampant-back-and-forth-angry incest lecturing. When I don't know how YOU are in what you go around in your successful Business as. When I don't know wHy you're furrowing at me. When I'm a Singer.

And I don't need a Father. And I don't have time for going around and being angry, and negative, and lecturing, and vindictive, and scolding, and harsh and old-fashioned and Hateful.

I made a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg. Game Module. I'm the One that would harmonically tell you how it was made.
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WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:So,

WelcrielWawdriqe wrote:
So, ending "radioactivemouse": Do you understand that I have a perfectly-balanced Table-top Rpg.?? And that you're just trying to take it from me? And that you are just a little retard. You don't GET to tarnish it and negative it and sit there and just curse it. And you don't GEt to discredit it on its way up there.

Since and you don't get to damage a product on its way to a Business.

I never believed you. Period. Chess has been played far longer than your great grandpas nut sack and THAT game isn't perfectly balanced. Now I'm to believe some random person on a game designer forum that they've done it? You sir, have an ego bigger than the sun.

You may claim it's "perfectly balanced", but I know it just by the fact you're keeping it so close to your chest that you're afraid of people telling you it's not true.

I'm not looking to take your game from you, that's your weird delusion...just like you think you're a ninja.

You call me typical, but you're a dime a dozen. You're the one that's so committed to your work that you actually believe your lie and shun any real criticism that would make your game better. I keep posting and it's entertaining to me because I've had many of these conversations before in the past. NONE of those people made it.

But hey, maybe you're right. Maybe you DO have a perfectly balanced RPG. The sad thing is that it may stay with you until you die because of that damn price tag. What good is a game when no one plays it?

But I digress. I may be...as you said a "publisher", but isn't that what you want? Don't you want to publish your game? Don't you want people to worship your incredible work? Don't you want to make money from your work?

Apparently not.

Well I'm done here. You're the one that wants help and now you've established yourself as a stickler and a prude. You've ruined your reputation here by your responses.

Good luck in your endeavors!

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Yes, Hollywood can Publish my

Yes, Hollywood can Publish my Game Module; and they can do it right along-side Lulu.com, because they do it different and personalized.

Hollywood can get my Electric turned back on.

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Purchased

I bought my own Game Module.

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Publishing

I recieved my Proof Copy Game Module in the Mail.

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Reply #119

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/moonlounge

It's on the Internet, so it must be true. This thread is like a train wreck; I just can't look away.

Come to think of it, those brutal and violent game publishers are totally ignoring my brilliance and perfection, too. Maybe it's because I'm not a headbanger, cause headbanger wisdom is priceless. (Obviously.)

Arrgh. I couldn't stop myself. (bites tongue.)

The world owes me. I'm ENTITLED to my millions. Entitled, I say! But, at least my electricity is on. I'm not sure what that says about me. I guess I must be a sell-out to the MAN or MEN, or the bloke, or maybe the dude. I should join a sorority, but I'm clearly not worthy.

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Lock the thread please?

Any chance that we could request a moderator to lock this thread? It clearly contains a great deal of potentially offensive language, and isn't conducive to the overall BGDF image.

We want this site to be a place where people can post their ideas, not get mocked or trolled. Whether this guy is serious or not isn't relevant at this point; this thread needs to be stopped.

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