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    Re: Greyhack (Score: 1)
    by Man-of-the-Cranes on Sat, March 23, 2002
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    I'll agree with these comments posted here. One should never be afraid to divert from canon in the pursuit of a good time gaming.

    Cheers
    Man of the Cranes


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    Re: Greyhack (Score: 1)
    by Motherhacker on Wed, February 19, 2003
    (User Info | Send a Message) http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hmgreyhawk/
    I'm in the process of beginning a Wurld of Greyhawk Hackmaster game. So far, it's going fine. The characters can be a bit outlandish, but there's little harm in that. I'm enjoying it because (now that I'm older) I can give attention to some of the subtleties of the Greyhawk milieu while regaining some of the enjoyment of an old-style 1st ed. D&D game (like I played when I was a teenager (and before)). I'm finding that the two systems (HM and GH) can work fine together.


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