ZacharyIslazy wrote: such as giants who would be able to decimate entire villages, titans, cyclops (the giant variety from greek mythology) It would be quite unfair if another player stood in your way because he stands 16 feet tall, don't cha' think? Just IMO.
ZacharyIslazy wrote: those people who can shapeshift, you know ones that would be a game breaker.
Sounds good. I'll talk to my outlaws brothers about it, after I'm done killing more Loreos and Lenfald soldiers.mencot wrote: Of course some sort of list could be made in the outlaws faction about "fantasy/magical" creatures that are allowed or not allowed. Maybe the not allowed list would be a better option, everybody sees then what is probided.
Yes, those kind of shapeshifters. Haha I'm a chair! Now I'm a bee, now I'm a different person!Fireglade wrote:
Now when you say shapeshift you are talking about the I can transform into anything I want shapeshift, right(I totally agree this would be a game breaker)? Because some mythical races can shapeshift, e.g. werewolves change every full moon, selkies can change into a seal if they have their seal skin, ect. Are we talking about these being no goes as well or just the I'm super ultra mega powerful because I can become anything! shapeshift.
Ok sounds good. Thanks for the help and quick response!AK_Brickster wrote:I think shape shifting in the case of a werewolf or some other widely accepted fantasy creature (vampire into a bat, etc) is fine. Just try to use common sense. If you don't think it would be fair to be on the other side of the fight, then it probably isn't acceptable.
Roawia should be 75% realism with 25% fantasy, IMO (hence 3 factions that are "normal" and one faction for magic and fantasy players to play in), so just don't go overboard and I think it will be fine.
ZacharyIslazy wrote:Some I believe shouldn't be allowed to be picked from, such as giants who would be able to decimate entire villages, titans, cyclops (the giant variety from greek mythology) those people who can shapeshift, you know ones that would be a game breaker. But things like Dwarves are fine, and satyrs too. They arn't game breakers. It would be quite unfair if another player stood in your way because he stands 16 feet tall, don't cha' think? Just IMO.
I see. Those are some wise words. Thanks for the input.wobnam wrote:I see your point, but on the other hand we don't want to create too many rules and limits.
It's important to remember that LCC is not a "game" in the sense that participants compete against each other. Instead it's similar to a classic group based roleplaying game: Everyone has to play (add to the world) in a way so that the setting and other characters make sense.
LCC rules are guidelines for players to co-create an interesting world. Everyone has a responsibility not to just not break, but also not bend the rules for their own gain.
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