|#1zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 7:26:18||yeah, see, i don't know the difference between the little gazzeteer booklett thingy, the thick book, and the skinnier paperback one. which should i get? all of them? one? eh? i hope not all of them. this hobby wastes too much money...|
|#2zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 8:57:49||FOR THE LOVE OF PELOR... NO!|
|#3zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 9:30:27||What Delgath is probably trying to say is to get the Living Greyhawk Gaz version, ie the thicker one.|
It's the latest and best 3e GH sourcebook.
|#4zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 9:51:37|
Originally posted by StevieS
You need a better interpreter.
What I was saying was Delglathian for, "GO AWAY TROLL!"
|#5zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 13:44:22||Dude, it's a legitimate question, one I'm sure we all asked when looking over those two books for the first time.|
And guess what, newbies exist, and they have questions, though to an experienced grognard like yourself, they all must seem like trolls.
Let's start by taking a deep breath, and then giving the rest of us a break.
Have a nice day.
|#6zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 14:32:44||Go for the LGG, the thick one. If that isn't enough to satisfy you, pick and choose from older material. |
Even if you don't convert the crunchy stuff, there is still plenty of flavor text to use.
|#7zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 16:46:25||I am trying to get all the d2o stuff right now compenduims and LG compenduims as well .|
|#8zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 20:37:30|
Originally posted by spelunking flunky
Duude, if you'd bothered to look at the link I provided, you'd see that he has already asked this question and it has been answered and he has acknowledged that answer, therefore this post is nothing more than a troll to incite argument over what is a contentious issue. Dude.
|#9zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 20:48:31||what are you talking about ? i am talking the same stuff you |
are get off my freakin case about those links.
|#10zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 22:42:39|
Originally posted by flinttheking
The english language. Learn it. Love it. Use it.
|#11zombiegleemaxJan 01, 2004 23:04:01||I do like the Greyhawk Gazetter, but I just don't see why they can't release one sourcebook for Greyhawk. It has been something like three years, yes? Is there really not enough demand for the product?|
If this topic has already been discussed, I'm sorry. But if you are not interested in seeing it rehashed, why even bother coming to check this post?
|#12zombiegleemaxJan 02, 2004 18:59:23|
Originally posted by Delglath this post is nothing more than a troll to incite argument over what is a contentious issue. Dude. [/b]
why is this a contentious issue? WotC have released two 3e GH gaz type sourcebooks and the LG version is clearly superior as it takes the original and adds tons of extra info to it.
From what I read of the thread you provided a link to, it only got heated when it inevitably strayed off topic.
|#13zombiegleemaxJan 02, 2004 20:39:47||Further to Stevie's comment there is only one person on this thread so far who I would describe as acting in a 'who's that on my bridge' manner and it is not the chap or chappess who started it.|
Buy the LGG, not the slim 32 page gaz. That however might be something to recommend for beginning players in your campaign to wet their appetites. Originally the RPGA gave away the 32 page gaz at conventions by the bucket load.
|#14zombiegleemaxJan 02, 2004 20:48:22|
Originally posted by Delglath
Funny how you're the only one saying that on this thread. Could it be that you're just talking to yourself again?
As for the initial post, the 192pg. LGG is certainly worth the time and the money, though you may want to look at the thinner edition as a quick-reference tool.