The Right Hand of Doom
- Apr 24, 2017
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Don't hear much about Enworld these days... what kind of community have they got going there?
I'm kind of a semi-lurker, partly because I don't get to game much anymore (no FtF in..10 years plus? Something like that, and I'm currently in a grand total of one PbP forum game) plus I find threads of 200 pages and start dates of 5 years ago to be somewhat intimidating to post in as a noob.
BTW, I quit RPGnet in 2015 after getting a one day ban for saying "most offshore call centres are awful" which made me a super-racist or something. Once you appear on the radar of the Moderati over there your days are numbered. If I ever I think of going back for some PbP games I just go read their Bans forum and remind myself why I shouldnt.
I also quit RPGSite early on when Pundit started treating some PoS new member as the second coming of the messiah just cos they got permabanned from RPGNet for threatening to show up at a meet and make trouble.
It's ok. As Black Leaf mentioned it has a lot of 5E and D&D related posting going on. I value it more for a small group of folks who are useful in terms of general game theory and discussion and (a subset of the same posters) who post thoughtfully and insightfully about games like Torchbearer (among others).Don't hear much about Enworld these days... what kind of community have they got going there?
Your mangled or disappeared words are usually small enough to get what you're saying. Sometimes though you type something that truly makes no sense and I wonder if you've either been hitting the sauce too hard or had a stroke mid typing.I'm just so glad all of are apparently able to read/understand my posts after autocorrect has mangled key words.
Look I promise if you were in my head it would be obvious and make sense. But there's a whole lot of backstory left out.Your mangled or disappeared words are usually small enough to get what you're saying. Sometimes though you type something that truly makes no sense and I wonder if you've either been hitting the sauce too hard or had a stroke mid typing.
Ah the devilry of autocorrect!