Robert Nuttman: If you ran an investigative detective noir campaign set in or around the Egg's lands would it be considered .... hard boiled?
Robert Weber: You are a Nutt, man!
Robert Nuttman: I yust make the occasional yoke.
Robert Weber: Get ready for an eggceptional amount of puns, and I must warn you that if this derails the thread, it might not go over easy.
Robert Nuttman: We'd better stop, before they tell us to beat it.
JamesMishler wrote:It is interesting that a lot of the flavor text reminds me strongly of his brother, Richard's, work.
They must both have been strongly influenced by the same literature, as well as by Dave's work...
A thought occurs to me... I wonder if Don, the eponymous founded of the land of Donara in Richard's "Perilous Lands", a "god who landed on the tail of a comet," might have been inspired by the science-fiction works of John (i.e., Star Probe, etc.).
Perhaps the character was even derived from a character John ran in Richard's campaign... though this might also have been inspired by Dave's "Temple of the Frog" or even the original material from Star Trek...
Havard wrote:I own the Perils and Powers material, but I have yet to study it in detail. What sort of similarities do you see?
Havard wrote:More maps!
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