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Author Topic: Review and Comparison Lords of Olympus & Lords or Gossamer and Shadow  (Read 8314 times)

Qwilion

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Review and Comparison Lords of Olympus & Lords or Gossamer and Shadow
« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2017, 09:51:30 AM »
Greetings!

Thank you for taking the time to review these products. We always love getting feedback to find out what's working and what's not. I would like to mention that we've continued to develop a number of resources for LoGaS, which addresses some of the concerns you had for the game such as: Such as Gossamer Options: Characters, our Gossamer World series (world expansions), and The Long Walk: Life on the Grand Stair to name a few. LoGaS was always intended to be grown and have many avenues for players and GM's to explore and as such we knew it wouldn't fit all into one book.

We are looking forward to continuing to expand LoGaS, so feel free to send any thoughts you may have to Miranda@RitePublishing.Com. Thanks again for your support of the gaming industry and taking the time to do these types of reviews!

Sincerely,
Miranda Russell
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Review and Comparison Lords of Olympus & Lords or Gossamer and Shadow
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2017, 12:12:28 PM »
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We are looking forward to continuing to expand LoGaS...
I'm glad you're continuing the work.

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Re: Review and Comparison Lords of Olympus & Lords or Gossamer and Shadow
« Reply #17 on: January 28, 2021, 04:57:28 PM »
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Yeah but, in Lords of Olympus aren't all the PCs the most powerful beings in the setting and constantly at each others throats over status and bragging rights? :D

EXACTLY.  That's why I went that route.  Because the key element of Amber is not the dimension travel or the immortality or magic, it's that the Amberites are one huge totally dysfunctional family in a soap opera of epic proportions.

Which, frankly, is also what the Greek Gods are.

A bit late to the party here, but the comparison that began this thread and the quoted post are exactly what sold me on Lords of Olympus over the other diceless games. Brilliant marriage of system and theme to a setting, Pundit!