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Author Topic: At the forefront of story-games thought  (Read 1604 times)

DominikSchwager

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At the forefront of story-games thought
« Reply #30 on: December 31, 2011, 05:18:49 pm »
Quote from: Brad J. Murray;499427
Oh yeah, in general I'm really pleased with the chatter (especially on G+) it's just the story-games site itself that disappoints me. In fact it's that the chatter is brisk elsewhere and silent there that makes the place feel like a clique to me -- the silence is weird and disproportionate.

I may have made up that last word -- I ate a fair amount of codeine for my back.


Storygames feels cliquish to me, too. But then so does this place and rpg.net. I think most forums are.