DuBeers wrote:Hey! If you need any help on Team WB:FMAG? Let me know. I'd be happy to help out any way I can.
Welcome to the forum, DuBeers! Good to see you in these parts!
That's true. But hey let's not forget, there is now a 4th version of S&W (made from WhiteBox)! And it will be expanded to level 7. Almost the same thing as WhiteBox. Yeah, go team S&W!
geordie racer wrote:Whitebox has always been the odd one out as it harked back to OD&D and promoted homebrew material and houserules - by disdaining WB and Core, S&W focusses on being it's own thing, rather than encouraging people to seek out the Oe itself, or write for Oe (the original reason for a clone). I stopped expecting any acknowledgement of WB from FGG long time ago - it was left for the fans to develop it further by Matt.
geordie racer wrote:. Light leads to Complete and range of adventures, or at least, g hat seems to be the intention. As well as it being the perfect one-off CON game.
geordie racer wrote:Maybe it's that Iron Falcon is a better choice for an OD&D plus Greyhawk clone than Core.
Mach Front wrote: Also, equally odd, Core was always Matt's main focus, even after Complete appeared...until it wasn't...if you get my meaning.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Matt's own preferred take on OD&D (S&W Core; his 'baby') became just as much a bastard step-child as WhiteBox had become in the meantime.
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