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Unread 21st of May, 2012, 11:48
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An Unusual Request

But not unreasonable I hope.

I haven't run a game here for a few years but my old games still lurk and apparently draw views, as I see guests looking at them even now.

I've shifted over to trying to write fiction (that's not an RPG, that is) but I miss the fantastic minds of RPGers. Strangely enough, fiction writing forums don't seem to have the same spice and flair.

I'd like permission to try a forum, not to play or run a game, but rather, to discuss writing, potential plots and characters and such. It seems like an undertaking sufficiently related to roleplaying to be, well, reasonable?

Not sure whether it should be under my games, or in a more general place like Public Commonness. Should I just start a thread in Cognitive Yammering?

Thoughts?
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Unread 21st of May, 2012, 12:17
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Yeah those "guests" are mostly MSN or Baidu spiders.

But it sounds like your best bet would be to just start a thread in Uncognitive Cackling with a note to keep the discussion on topic.

Edit: Though now that I think of it, it may be time to broaden what Cognitive Yammering is for.
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Unread 24th of May, 2012, 12:22
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Okies, thanks.
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