"But it could already do that!" Aug 4, 2009 4:47:30 GMT -5
Post by machfront on Aug 4, 2009 4:47:30 GMT -5
Maybe it isn't, but M!M!, while is does give some insight to T&T, isn't T&T.
Who cares if it's inconsistant with solos? The solos are freakin' weird. If I ran my games by the solos, I'd have 2nd level warriors walkin' around with magical broadswords that roll 6+6 for F's sake. No effin' thanks.
Being consistant with the solos is analogous to being consistant with my neighbor's game. Who wants to do that, and what's the point?
I didn't just say incompetent warriors, I said non-Types as well, which is what I always figured them to be. It doesn't need to be written to be clear. Delvers are delvers because they're Types. Most others aren't even Types.
But it didn't preclude the imprinting of spells because I can do that whenever I want. But more importantly I don't need to and never have. Why does it need to be set down anyway?
The very reason it could, in fact, already do that...is precisely because is wasn't written explicitly.
As I've said a hundred times...as soon as you enumerate options, or work/think with the assumption that enumerated/listed options give you more... you already, by definition, have far, far less options.
To put it another way (slightly):
As soon as you're given loads and loads of options, your options are limited.