I'm looking for the supers threads....are any active?
I don't believe there are any currently active threads discussing Supers but since we don't have any rules against, and actually encourage thread necromancy (provided your new post continues the existing discussion, otherwise just start a new thread), take a look at these threads:
To my knowledge, Ken doesn't much participate directly in the discussions here though that doesn't mean he doesn't occasionally peruse the 'board. He's much more active on his site - Trollgod'sTrollhalla. As for Roy Cram, I recognize the name but I'm drawing a blank. Didn't Mr. Cram write a solo in the last year or so or did he contribute to one of the TrollsZine! issues? Sorry, it's the weekend and my brain is currently experiencing rolling brown outs...
And does the search engine work about as well as RPG.net's?
Well, I'm not sure about that as I don't use RPG.net all that frequently so perhaps others could answer this question more completely. I will say that I find the search function a bit limiting, personally. Any time I run a search I make sure that I leave every sub-board selected (unless I'm positive that what I'm looking for is in a specific location), I set the days to 999 which is the maximum that proboards will allow, the Maximum Results to 1000 which is a proboards limit, the Search In has both Subject and Messages selected and View Results As Posts Expanded. It'll take a couple of minutes for the results to show and then I can skim the listings or use the Ctrl+F function to search for keywords within the search results. It works for me ::shrug::
(Sigh. There goes my allotment of question marks for a while.)
Nah, if we set a limit on questions we'd be a very dull place indeed
I'll have the deep-fried battered pixie with balrog dipping sauce and a Hobgoblin ale.
Post by unclecranky on Feb 10, 2014 15:49:51 GMT -5
Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!! I don't care if it's twenty years old.... If I have something to add to a subject, I'm gonna add it! It's like Hobbit Stew - if you make it the same way twice, you're doing it wrong!