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Posted By: Jonathan WaltonI would just be happy with a version of BW that was more compatible with the play goals of my local group, newbies or no.
Posted By: Thunder_GodLuke, can you tell us what remains the same and what changes, between BW and Mouseguard?
Posted By: Thunder_God:PJust to make sure, you revised BW between 2005 and 2006? There's a difference between different copies of BWR, or is it about Monster Burner being between BW and BWR?
Posted By: John PowellLuke - Am I going to be able to open this game book and have my wife and our 14 and 11 year-old daughters guarding mice in a hour, two hours? (I've never played Burning Wheel or Burning Empire)
Posted By: Jonathan WaltonNo, but I can imagine doing so.
Posted By: buzzYou hand out XP during D&D one-shots? Why?
Posted By: John HarperGuys, Jonathan was saying that hecanimagine playing a one-shot D&D gamewithoutXP.
Mostly it was answering questions. Like, "how does a mouse become a Mouse Guard?" I realized, "Wow, I haven't nailed that down yet." Every day there was a question like that. They wanted to make sure it was going to be accurate. I ended up writing a lot of new material about the world and about the culture. I almost feel foolish that I hadn't come up with how a mouse becomes a mouse guard.
Posted By: jenskotLuke definitely put a lot of love into this project.
Posted By: brand_RobinsTo me that speaks pretty directly to the differences between my creative process as an author and my creative process as a gamer.