Talk:Creeps and Corridors

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What do you guys think? Seth 09:50, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

Perhaps they could use cards deck like in Castle Falkenstein and Witchcraft instead of dices. Perhaps also the basic game is much more historicaly based (like Ars Magica) and its onl in the other Realms that you can play a non-human.--Marc Pasquin 13:53, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
Two things: (1) Methinks this needs a category other than "Proposal" as well as some way to link other articles to this one. But that presumably will come in time. (2) I've gotten criticism for creating things that were too close an analog to what exists *here*, Pizza Queen and Ape World most obviously. I thought these valid criticisms and introduced details that--to me--made them different in some significant way from the world and history we grew up with. But as written C&C is quite obviously D&D with different names. How is this different? Maybe the manufacturer successfully sued anyone else from designing RPGs, for example? Or it led to a very popular film and/or television franchise? Was the uproar in some countries--Louisianne or Kemr or elsewhere--enough to get the game banned? Perhaps the game seemed to inspire some truly grisly and infamous crime a la the Tate-LaBiance Murders (in our world, Charles Manson was influenced by the White Album of the Beatles)? Zahir 15:19, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
I'll probably edit it so that it does get banned in a country or two, and I like the idea of a movie, perhaps starring their famous Thief-Mage! As for lawsuits: perhaps there were two or three people who worked to make the game, and one of them got pissy about something and left to make his own. There is a long legal battle, but his "Chaos Cards" game, based on the original, but highly divergent for using cards and not miniatures or dice, gets an A-OK from the courts? It's an idea, and could lead to another game to help flesh out the IB world? Seth 17:37, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

Thank you all for helping flesh this out and edit it Seth 18:11, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

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