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Re: [Rabbits] Are you a werewolf? Question

  • From"Billy Brahma" <billybrahma@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateWed, 05 Jul 2006 00:04:40 -0400

Not sure if I'm reading sarcasm in that post there steven...

The moving them away thing worked wonders at Dragon Con. Wonders for certain.

We got rid of an issue that was really becoming an issue with Kristin who was alone at D.C. that year. Its the only time I ever saw Russell ever really put this foot down on anything.

Robert Bunn

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From: "Steven R. Black II" <srblack1167@xxxxxxxxx>
Reply-To: Rabbits Discussion List <rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Rabbits Discussion List <rabbits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Rabbits] Are you a werewolf? Question
Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2006 19:57:01 -0700 (PDT)

> Billy's right - we're there to show the game as it's meant to be
> *sold*.  If you want to run a larger village, by all means, take off
> your labcoat, take a group who is interested, and go to another area.
> DO NOT confuse those games with the LL demos.  That was handed down
> from Russell last year at Con and from Andy the year before, at the
> rabbit intros.
Good point.

Hear that? If'n they aren't playing it by the rules, have em take it
down the hall.

I'd like to see something printed like that at GenCon so we can keep
track of the "official demos" vs. "players that are having fun".

What'd you think guys?


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