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EvilKam:
Hey Felix, I asked 27 different questions. Would you prefer to answer them here, or on Reddit?  I'm willing to repost the questions if you're willing to answer them.

FelixGamingX1:

--- Quote from: EvilKam on September 26, 2021, 10:44:01 AM ---Hey Felix, I asked 27 different questions. Would you prefer to answer them here, or on Reddit?  I'm willing to repost the questions if you're willing to answer them.

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According to you, you “borrowed” the book. Until I see a purchaser badge under your name at dtrpg I’m afraid you won’t have your questions answered.

EvilKam:
Just want to make sure I'm clear:  If someone purchases a copy of the book and gifts it to me, I'm not allowed to get answers, but if they (as a paying customer) ask the questions, you'll answer them?

FelixGamingX1:

--- Quote from: EvilKam on September 26, 2021, 11:05:46 AM ---Just want to make sure I'm clear:  If someone purchases a copy of the book and gifts it to me, I'm not allowed to get answers, but if they (as a paying customer) ask the questions, you'll answer them?

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Do me favor, if that’s the real case then share the last 4 of your order# via pm. I’ll have to verify with my receipts, if it checks out then I’ll do some customer service.

SHARK:
Greetings!

Felix! I am not a customer, nd have not purchased your game. I'm more into D&D and OSR stuff, to be sure. I also like paper and pencil and dice, so the whole video screen thing doesn't do anything for me. From being a member on the boards here, I imagine you are somewhat familiar with my own gaming, so this no doubt isn't a surprise.

So, having said that, I do not have any particular opinion about your game, and so on, it's development, mechanics, style, and so forth. Nothing against you personally at all. I think that your entrepreneurial efforts are admirable, and commendable. I wish you to have the greatest success in your work. ;D

As a board member, and as an observer, I am curious though. Why is it that you seem to get into all of these kinds of hostile, abrasive interactions with customers of your game, and those that review your game products? In several posts and threads, either here or on Drivethru, you seem to very often get involved in these kinds of engagements. Why do customers or whoever, have such negative views of your game products? You mentioned that the reviewer above is a "Nothing but a Troll"--but why would someone go out of their way and write up a review to be a Troll? What is the motive for hating an obscure game designer?

On Drivethru, for example, I have read many products produced by many different authors and designers, most of whom, like yourself, are either entirely unknown or relatively obscure--and they don't get the same flame-throwing treatment you do. They typically get brief, pleasant commentaries like, "Cool book, man. Very useful in my campaign. Thanks for writing this book!" or "The tables in this book are awesome! Very happy I picked this up!" and so on. No flame-throwing, no drama, no hatred.

Just something I've noticed with people interacting with you. I hope things improve for you and your games.

Semper Fidelis,

SHARK

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