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Harl Quinn Full Member

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August 12, 2013, 10:31:01 PM
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"...maybe this has to do with my being around at the start of published RPGs and the DIY attitude that we all had back then but, it seems to me that if you don't find whatever RPG you are playing sufficiently inclusive you ought to get up off your ass and GM something that you do find sufficiently inclusive. The RPG setting of your dreams is yours to create. Don't sit waiting and whining for someone else to create it for you." -- Bren speaking on inclusivity in RPGs