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Comments on The Free RPG Blog: Yet Another Game System (Yags) by Samuel Penn





Updated: 2017-12-11T09:45:34.675+00:00

 



Thanks for coming to give a reply and I'm glad you...

2008-10-07T22:26:00.000+01:00

Thanks for coming to give a reply and I'm glad you're spurred on to do more. Enthusing other free game authors to get scribbling is more than I imagined. It makes my blog all worthwhile.

I've read your Yags blog entry with great interest and am glad that I wasn't entirely off the mark. Being my first review on the blog, I hope I wasn't too harsh.

I shall be scouring the web in a future post, listing free things that can help the Free RPG Writer. Everything from sprucing them up with royalty free images to getting them into PDF.

Please keep in touch with updates to Yags and I'll re-feature when you feel there is enough to report. In the meantime, please do check back on other things I post up and share your thoughts on other games!



Thanks for that. I don't think I've ever been desc...

2008-10-07T21:36:00.000+01:00

Thanks for that. I don't think I've ever been described as a 'driving force' before :-) I've put a status update up on my Yags web site as a reply.

In the whole, I agree with you much of what you say. The lack of anything other than plain text (a lack which also plagues my various web sites) is simply down to lack of artistic skill. Though of course little or no graphics does make it cheaper to print at home :-)

There are plans to prettify things, and to consolidate everything Yags related into the main website at yags.glendale.org.uk.

As to whether it's crunchy or not - I feel that it is more than it isn't, but then several of the people I game with do prefer rules light systems, so maybe I'm comparing it with the wrong end of the scale. Adding rules, detail and options where required isn't something I shy away from, though my preference is as much as is necessary, but no more. I would be interested to see how other people would categorise it in this respect however.