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Topics - Garry G

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In another thread somebody posted the idea that railroads are for lazy players. This is something I've not come across before. Normally we'd say railroading is a GM failure. They've negatively affected the player experience by pushing their sub-par want to be novelist thing. Now it may be a player problem.

I'm not sure I'm keen on the idea that a hobby should deride people for being lazy. It's supposed to be a fun thing. So is a lazy Sunday afternoon of RPGs a bad thing?

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