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FAQ: How Should I Handle Wishes? from Articles category.
How strictly should I interpret the wording of a Wish? Should I interpret it as literally as possible, even if the Wish is poorly phrased? Or should I consider the intent of the Wish?
(Added: 2001-09-17, 2264 hits)
Rating: 7.99/10 from 7 votes. [Rate It]
FAQ: How Do I Handle Swordfights? from Articles category.
An interesting and informative article by Julie Woodcock on the tools and terminology of fencing.
(Added: 2002-02-26, 5231 hits)
Rating: 7.27/10 from 32 votes. [Rate It]
FAQ: Can I Copyright My Game? from Articles category.
Can you copyright your game? What is protected by copyright? This FAQ gives you a straight answer, and has links to further reading.
(Added: 2001-09-03, 2354 hits)
Rating: 5.17/10 from 132 votes. [Rate It]
FAQ: Play By Email (PBEM) Role-playing Games from Articles category.
Some brief questions and answers pertaining to PBEM role-playing games. It's not the ultimate source of all wisdom, but at least it's a start.
(Added: 2011-01-23, 4859 hits)
Rating: 8.37/10 from 21 votes. [Rate It]
Role-Playing FAQs from Articles category.
A collection of FAQs pertaining to role-playing games.
(Added: 2004-07-27, 2081 hits)
Rating: 5/10 from 4 votes. [Rate It]
FAQ: Why bother with a class system? from Articles category.
This FAQ specifically addresses an objection to d20 Modern, but it also addresses the larger question of "why bother with a class system at all?"
(Added: 2004-07-28, 2395 hits)
Rating: 4.84/10 from 7 votes. [Rate It]
FAQ: What is a "shared universe"? from Articles category.
The concept of a "shared universe" may not sound familiar to you, but chances are that you have seen them all of your life, and probably contributed to several.
(Added: 2005-01-07, 2382 hits)
Rating: 6.49/10 from 4 votes. [Rate It]
FAQ: Open Game License from Articles category.
Frequently asked questions about the Open Game License from Wizards of the Coast, Inc., a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc.
(Added: 2010-06-17, 2283 hits)
Rating: 5/10 from 1 votes. [Rate It]
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