Indeed - especially tricksters, as I keep wondering how people actually use them in their games.
> On 01/03/2012, at 7:40 AM, Lord Hennamono wrote:
> > On 29/02/12 13:14, Daniel wrote:
> >> I'm new here myself. I personally quite enjoy stories of long-term campaigns and
> > Glorantha variances, so I wouldn't mind hearing a little more about some
> > of the highlights
> > if you please.
> > I'm not sure how to answer that! :)
> > Many of our adventures have naturally followed through published
> > scenarios and so even to summarize them would probably breach copyright.
> To roughly summarise in reporting your own campaign experiences does not sound like a copyright breach to me, and if it was, would still fall within fair use. Worry about copyright if some obnoxious fool sends you a letter, which I doubt will happen. And I don't think you need to even really do that - we want to know how your experiences differed from the set plot, not when you followed it.
> > But some favorite moments might be when Oghma Samildanach caused a big
> > stink in the Tin Inn, when Muruah the Minotaur got his horns stuck in
> > the ceiling, when Eteurgus Galaops discovered what really went on in the
> > Sairdite Inn "The Jaded Angel" and when the trickster Kevin Cowchanger
> > faced up to the Krashtkids... such memories!!!
> This just piques my interest.
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