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Summary: I have Nyambe as well along with one of its sourcebooks. While I never ran it as written I did include parts of it in my 3E campaign. I am indeed a completionist. However, with this particular offering I am more drawn by the author than the actual setting.

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> I have Nyambe as well along with one of its sourcebooks. While I never ran it as written I did include parts of it in my 3E campaign. I am indeed a completionist. However, with this particular offering I am more drawn by the author than the actual setting.
> -- [http://bigballofnofun.blogspot.com/ callin] 2012-10-11 15:43 UTC


Completionist urge hitting hard again?

Harald 2012-10-11 13:35 UTC


I read his Kickstarter write-up and in it he says there is a market for African based settings/adventures and this Kickstarter will prove it. I hate to tell Kevin Crawford this but if I do pledge some money it will be because this is a Kevin Crawford product, not because of the setting.

I love his work and nothing he has produced thus far has been bad, in fact, his products are above the norm.

callin 2012-10-11 13:55 UTC



AlexSchroeder
@Harald – indeed! :)

@Callin – I’m not sure. After all, Nyambe for d20 was mentioned a lot back when it was new. Then again, I bought it and never played it. So perhaps that’s true for many of the others who bought it.

AlexSchroeder 2012-10-11 14:54 UTC


I have Nyambe as well along with one of its sourcebooks. While I never ran it as written I did include parts of it in my 3E campaign. I am indeed a completionist. However, with this particular offering I am more drawn by the author than the actual setting.

callin 2012-10-11 15:43 UTC

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