From: Eugene Shumu1insky <static@??.???.????.edu> Date: Tue, 24 Sep 1996 10:09:32 -0400 (EDT) Subject: Re: Tech vs Magic
In our last episode, Shelby Michlin said: >Sorry Static, I couldn't help myself. <g> (: >Our technology is rather widespread for good reasons, compared with fantasy. >Mages and people with magic talent are very rare. Also they can, and do, >work independently. Finally, they have a very easy time getting vast sums of >money, without becoming a bottleneck in a process to run plumbing through a >medeival city! Where's the motivation? Further, who can afford to buy, when >we've got serfs and peasants? You're totally right. Mages *are* rare, and that limits quite a few things. My complaint was about camaigns where it seems like every other person is a spellcaster of some sort. (: -Static -- Static, | --==<< http://k2.CWRU.edu/~static (Stories and Games) >>==-- of the | NIGHTMARE | Onward pounding, into glory ride. Company | Sign of the hammer, be my guide!
|Tech vs Magic||Shelby Michlin|
|Re: Tech vs Magic||Eugene Shumu1insky|
|Re: Tech vs Magic||Sten Are Amundsen|