Thursday, October 12, 2006

Special Q&A Session Tomorrow!

I'm sorry to post twice in one day (I know I give you folks plenty already to thoughtfully consider between posts), but I just spoke with Professor Curtis himself, and he has agreed to answer some of your questions that you've been sending in for tomorrow's entry! He probably has time to respond to 1 or 2 more, so send those questions for Professor Kory Curtis to indie.gamer.site(at)gmail.com. This is a rare chance to speak to a man with over 67 unpublished works of genius to his name, so make sure to take advantage of it and this chance to better yourself!

16 Comments:

Blogger The RPG Pro said...

This is patently ridiculous. I can't find a single game written by this fuckwad in any of my distro (that's what we insiders call distribution) catalogs. What a joke. Anyone who seeks this guy's advice is a FUCKING MORON. I bet he can't even tell you what percentage of fluff and what percentage of crunch belong in a game book. I bet he doesn't even know what technical terms like fluff and crunch mean.

You're an amateur, Curtis. Leave design to the pros!

2:46 PM  
Blogger Cornell Richardson said...

You know, I'm going to leave this here, just so I can illustrate how very wrong you are after the Q&A session tomorrow.

2:53 PM  
Blogger The RPG Pro said...

Wrong? Ha! I will have you know sir, that I am currently involved in negotiations for a well-known, prominent SF license.

IDIOT!

3:01 PM  
Anonymous CATPISS MAN said...

I WANT TO GAME WITH YOU. IM COMING OVER TO SHOW YOU A PILLOWCASE FULL OF MY FAVORITE SPAWN ACTION FIGS. DO YOU HAVE A SISTER? ARE HER HOOTERS AS BIG AND PERKY AS WONDER WOMANS IN WWVOL. 3, #3?

3:21 PM  
Blogger The RPG Pro said...

catpiss man: I'll add you to my list of playtesters. I can't make any promises...

Also, you do realize that the license I've alluded to could very well be SPAWN!

See Curtis, how many fans do you have? It's hard being a pro.

3:27 PM  
Blogger Dr-Rotwang said...

Hey, can Professor Hoity O'Toity hook me up with some grell stats for Rolemaster? Or if I ask him, will he just ask me how I feel about the beak?

6:16 PM  
Blogger Dr-Rotwang said...

Vyvyan Basterd called. Sez his grandma wants her hairstyle back. Oh, and to hit you with a hammer. But, uh...I'll forgo the latter.

6:43 PM  
Blogger The RPG Pro said...

dr-rotwang:

Did I mention that I know some of the guys at ICE? They asked me to come in and work on the new version of the game, but the negotiations I'm in for the big licensed game I want to do have taken up all my time.

9:44 PM  
Blogger Cornell Richardson said...

I'm sorry, I had to delete the comments of a Professor Curtis impostor. I know we're all excited about the Q&A tomorrow, but please, let's be adults here and wait for it.

10:20 PM  
Blogger The RPG Griot said...

"Did I mention that I know some of the guys at ICE?"

If a Pig-Dog the likes of you gets your hands on Rolemaster, you will destroy the game. There is nothing you like more than taking an old, cherished game and destroying it.

The game is as innovative now as it was when it was created, and if you change a single rule to some slick new thing, you might as well just burn the game.

I mean, *I* wouldn't buy Rolemaster if it was re-released as-is. But the people who Would buy it; those are the people whose gaming you are ruining.

RPG Griot

10:38 PM  
Blogger The RPG Pro said...

I would never destroy Rolemaster. My friends at ICE know that I bring the innovation. At GenCon 1998, they were positively entranced when I explained how I'd use a die pool system to innovate the game and go after White Wolf's market share.

Those guys are incredible. They were able to sell games, have conversations with other people, and even close down their booth all while listening to me explain the changes I'd make to Rolemaster. I would've followed them to whatever restaurant they went to when the exhibitor's hall closed if they hadn't asked a security guard to handcuff me and kick me out of the hall. What a bunch of pranksters!

10:43 PM  
Blogger Cornell Richardson said...

Spawn? Spawn? Why don't you just license an Insane Clown Posse RPG while you're selling out, Company Man?

Nonetheless, RPG Pro, while I may not agree with your antiquated gaming methods, I do respect your vast contacts enough to allow your posts to remain. But remember, "You Are Not Safe Here"...

...that's right.

...did that just blow your mind?

12:23 AM  
Blogger The RPG Pro said...

You can't silence my punk rock uprising! I'm used to not being safe. When you live on the edge like me, you're used to society hating you for buying Gang of Four albums, daring to stand up to George Bush's theocrats, and eating foods that working class people can't even pronounce, like chimichangas. I live my life like I live my work: beyond the scope of reason!

When I have White Wolf's market share, I'll be laughing all the way to bank.

Speaking of ICP... well, I shouldn't say anything. The last thing I want to do is expose my contacts. But something juicy is in the works!

12:46 AM  
Blogger Cornell Richardson said...

Well, at least we can agree that Bush and his theocrats are totally comparable to Hitler in all aspects.

1:29 AM  
Anonymous CATPISS MAN said...

ID LIKE TO EXPOSE SOMETHING. IT IS INSIDE THIS FULL LENGTH OVERCOAT.

6:57 AM  
Blogger Alan Kellogg said...

If only Mark Rhein•Hagen had gotten so sloshed the day he created Vampire: The Masquerade it had come out as Biker: The Beer Run.

8:36 AM  

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