History Discontinuity / TableTopGames

31st Mar '17 2:34:20 PM Reymma
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** The Soulgrinder allowed into the Daemons Fantasy army. It's like put a Titan in the Empire or eldar weapons in the High Elves army. It works for 40k but not fit in fantasy at all. It is way too technological for the Warhammer Fantasy background.

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** The Soulgrinder allowed into in the Daemons Fantasy army. It's like put a Titan in the Empire or eldar weapons in the High Elves army. It works would be fine for 40k but not fit in fantasy at all. It is way too technological for the low technology of Warhammer Fantasy background.Fantasy.



** Another World of Darkness supplement a lot of players prefer to ignore is ''TabletopGame/MummyTheResurrection,'' for the reason that no modernizing can make bandages wrapped around a rotting corpse look good.
*** This is more a disconnect between the illustrations and the text. A lot of the text seems to suggest that Mummies have their own little version of the Masquerade and look just as human as non-Nosferatu Kindred. Meanwhile the art depicts them as desiccated corpses wrapped in bandages.

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** Another World of Darkness supplement a lot of players prefer to ignore is ''TabletopGame/MummyTheResurrection,'' for the reason that mostly because no modernizing can make bandages wrapped around a rotting corpse look good.
*** This is more a disconnect between the illustrations and the text. A lot of the
good. (The text seems to suggest that Mummies have their own little version of the Masquerade and look just as human as non-Nosferatu Kindred. Meanwhile can blend in fine, but the art depicts them as desiccated corpses wrapped in bandages.)
29th Mar '17 8:49:58 AM Reymma
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* Many TabletopGame/{{Greyhawk}} fans claim that the Greyhawk Wars never happened, or at least happened in a much different way than official Creator/{{TSR}} canon describes it. Others also declare that the sci-fi elements introduced in modules like ''Adventure to the Barrier Peaks'' don't exist and are not part of the setting.
** Something that nobody ever seems to understand... the S series modules (Expedition to the Barrier Peaks, White Plume Mountain and '''especially''' TabletopGame/TombOfHorrors) were never ''intended'' to be actual adventure modules. The books told you that in the front. They were special convention modules where you were handed a pre-made set of characters and the idea was to live as long as you can. They really are ''not'' part of the actual setting.

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* Many TabletopGame/{{Greyhawk}} fans claim that the Greyhawk Wars never happened, or at least happened in a much different way than official Creator/{{TSR}} canon describes it. Others also declare that it.
** Many players reject out of hand
the sci-fi science-fiction elements introduced in modules like ''Adventure to the Barrier Peaks'' don't exist and are not part of the setting.
** Something that nobody ever seems to understand... the S series modules (Expedition to the Barrier Peaks, White Plume Mountain and '''especially''' TabletopGame/TombOfHorrors) were never ''intended'' to be actual adventure modules. The books told you that in the front. They were special convention modules where you were handed
(which have a pre-made set of characters and the idea was to live as long as you can. They really are ''not'' part of the actual setting.dubious canon status anyway).
20th Feb '17 12:36:13 AM jormis29
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* Quite a lot of TabletopGame/{{Mystara}} fans prefer to believe that TSR's conversion of their favorite game-world to 2nd Edition AD&D was AllJustADream.

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* Quite a lot of TabletopGame/{{Mystara}} fans prefer to believe that TSR's Creator/{{TSR}}'s conversion of their favorite game-world to 2nd Edition AD&D was AllJustADream.



* Many TabletopGame/{{Greyhawk}} fans claim that the Greyhawk Wars never happened, or at least happened in a much different way than official TSR canon describes it. Others also declare that the sci-fi elements introduced in modules like ''Adventure to the Barrier Peaks'' don't exist and are not part of the setting.

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* Many TabletopGame/{{Greyhawk}} fans claim that the Greyhawk Wars never happened, or at least happened in a much different way than official TSR Creator/{{TSR}} canon describes it. Others also declare that the sci-fi elements introduced in modules like ''Adventure to the Barrier Peaks'' don't exist and are not part of the setting.
3rd Feb '17 1:08:17 PM Idran
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** It got worse: when TabletopGame/{{Greyhawk}}'s VillainSue Vecna kicked the Lady of Pain's behind and forced her to ''hire adventurers to get him out of Sigil''. Where she would expected to find adventurers more powerful than herself is uncertain. This was, mind, Vecna's first stop after escaping from Ravenloft, in case that wasn't enough.
21st Dec '16 10:07:23 AM Megistos86
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** Like 40000, many fans despise the background changes, units and rules introduced in the eighth edition and several army books. Guess who's at fault..... You are right, Robin Cruddace and Matt Ward.

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** Like 40000, many fans despise the background changes, units and rules introduced in the eighth edition and several army books. Guess who's at fault..... You are right, Matt Ward, along with Robin Cruddace and Matt Ward.Cruddace.
** The Soulgrinder allowed into the Daemons Fantasy army. It's like put a Titan in the Empire or eldar weapons in the High Elves army. It works for 40k but not fit in fantasy at all. It is way too technological for the Warhammer Fantasy background.
21st Dec '16 9:56:59 AM Megistos86
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** Like 40000, many fans despise the background changes, units and rules introduced in the eighth edition and several army books. Guess who's at fault..... You are right, Robin Cruddace and Matt Ward.
21st Dec '16 9:44:52 AM Megistos86
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'': A lot of fans hate The End Times and the Age of Sigmar, and detest the changes of the lore and the retcons. For a good reason they create the fan-made ''[[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/The_9th_Age Fantasy Battles: The Ninth Age]]''.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'': A lot of fans hate The End Times and the Age of Sigmar, and detest the changes of the lore and the retcons. For a good reason they create the fan-made ''[[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/The_9th_Age Fantasy Battles: The Ninth Age]]''.Age]]'' was created.
21st Dec '16 9:39:53 AM Megistos86
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** Its [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} fantasy brother]] also has an example, the MechanicalHorse unit of the Empire. About no one takes it seriously.

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** Its [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} fantasy brother]] also has an example, * ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'': A lot of fans hate The End Times and the Age of Sigmar, and detest the changes of the lore and the retcons. For a good reason they create the fan-made ''[[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/The_9th_Age Fantasy Battles: The Ninth Age]]''.
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MechanicalHorse unit of the Empire. About no one takes it seriously.
5th Nov '16 6:05:04 AM Willbyr
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7th Oct '16 10:23:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''Main/OldWorldOfDarkness'' game ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' had a supplement known as ''Dirty Secrets of the Black Hand'', which revealed that Tzimisce vampires were in fact infected with spirit-parasites called "soul-eaters"... except for a secret society known as the "True Black Hand." Besides not fitting at all with the themes of the game, this wasn't even an original idea - it was stolen wholesale from ''Literature/{{Necroscope}}''. Fans refuse to acknowledge this one ever existed, and speaking the name in the wrong place can start a Main/FlameWar. White Wolf never officially decanonized it, but the book ''End of Empires'' wiped out the True Black Hand and later books dismissed the contents of ''Dirty Secrets'' as utterly wrong. Given how often the supplements seemed to contradict each other, everyone had at least one they refused to pay attention to, although seldom with the level of consensus of Dirty Secrets.

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* The ''Main/OldWorldOfDarkness'' ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' game ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' had a supplement known as ''Dirty Secrets of the Black Hand'', which revealed that Tzimisce vampires were in fact infected with spirit-parasites called "soul-eaters"... except for a secret society known as the "True Black Hand." Besides not fitting at all with the themes of the game, this wasn't even an original idea - it was stolen wholesale from ''Literature/{{Necroscope}}''. Fans refuse to acknowledge this one ever existed, and speaking the name in the wrong place can start a Main/FlameWar. White Wolf never officially decanonized it, but the book ''End of Empires'' wiped out the True Black Hand and later books dismissed the contents of ''Dirty Secrets'' as utterly wrong. Given how often the supplements seemed to contradict each other, everyone had at least one they refused to pay attention to, although seldom with the level of consensus of Dirty Secrets.
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