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Author Topic: Adam is still toxic  (Read 1402 times)


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Re: Adam is still toxic
« Reply #15 on: April 06, 2021, 06:36:09 PM »
You can always borrow my uncensored dvd's, which I keep next to my hotpants-WonderWoman and Are You  Being Served sets :)

So, back on topic,  I remember the Cowbell guy from a kerfuffle a few months ago, but where is Luke Crane on the scale of SJW-to-Shitlord? The KS comments make it seem as if he was on purpose creating the controversy.

On the scale of SJW-to-Shitlord, he is classic Swine. One of the original Forgies, he's all about producing only what he wants to produce, keeping full control of the entire process, and scolding you if you want him to do things your way rather than his way. This is the guy who went and got instruction in layout before he finished Burning Wheel so he didn't have to argue aesthetics with a layout designer. This is also the guy who pissed some people off by running a Kickstarter entirely in-character as a grumpy wizard.