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REG wrote:Are you implying that Green Ronin made a mistake of attaching a romantic fantasy genre setting to launch their first True20 book?
Well, since the system that everyone seems to like so much developed directly out of our intention to emulate the romantic fantasy genre, it's just not really accurate to think of it as GR "attaching" the setting to the system.
Nikchick wrote:Well, since the system that everyone seems to like so much developed directly out of our intention to emulate the romantic fantasy genre, it's just not really accurate to think of it as GR "attaching" the setting to the system.
The question is whether you guys are going to be smart enough to take advantage of that, or through some kind of incomprehensible pride ruin the saleability of what might just be the most promising new system since D20 by keeping it tied to a setting that attracts comparatively few people and watch people who could have become loyal customers of your True 20 line simply refuse to buy BR out of personal disgust for the setting?
REG wrote:Are there plans for a different True20 product line in the next 12 months?
Businesspeople constantly run under this illusion that its important to keep things as secret as possible, as if at any moment ninjas are going to break into their office and steal the secret rpg plans.
Nisarg wrote:But a general statement of intent, in this case, "Green Ronin DOES in good faith intend to use True 20 for something other than Blue Rose, more specific details to follow when the time is right" would go a long way to overcome the feeling that Green Ronin simply doesn't give a damn about a potential customer if they aren't Blue Rose fans, and really doesn't feel like developing True 20.
Nikchick wrote:REG wrote:Are there plans for a different True20 product line in the next 12 months?
Answering this would be breaking my own rule about saying nothing until there's something to say (as I mentioned in the Dragon Fist thread).
REG wrote:Sighs. One of the hazards of living in the Digital Information Age. We want answers in real-time now, rather than wait months for that reply letter in the mail (how I used to correspond with companies about certain rules questions).
Nisarg wrote:If it was a sincerely placed possibility, and not a clever way of trying to create a negative reaction...
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