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Suggested Header Formats
« on: March 08, 2013, 08:43:41 PM »
This is only in the category of friendly advice: since the subjects on this forum cover a number of specific topics, its recommended that you please try to put the following headers on your thread-subjects, depending on what you're talking about:

1. If you're talking about something specific to the Amber RPG, put the header [Amber] at the start:
ie. "[Amber] What's the deal with Benedict's arm?"

2. If you're talking about a subject related to Lords of Olympus, put the header [LoO] at the start:
ie "[LoO] Dionysius reminds me of Nyarlathotep!"

3. If you're talking about something related to Lords of Gossamer and Shadow, use the header [LoGaS] at the start:
ie. "[LoGaS] Where can I buy this?"

4. If you're talking about some other theoretical game based on the Diceless RPG rules that should come out in future, please use a similar acronym-style header.

5. If you're talking about a subject that could apply to any of the various games based on the Diceless RPG rules, put the header [Diceless], or optionally use no header.
ie. "How do you simulate random encounters?"

6.  If you're talking about Erick Wujcik's life or works, or his other RPGs, use the header [Wujcik]; if its a specific other game of his you could also use the acronym for that game, ie. [TMNT].

That is all.

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