>>66954886>Especially when osr characters aren't that complicated.
That's fair, but fundamentally that's a GMing preference. Do you tell the players about the walls of their garden, or do you let them find out through interaction? I didn't want to push people in one direction or the other.>You're bad at taking criticism and do the academic posturing thing where you try and shift it so you were correct all along
Counterpoint: if I didn't have confidence in my ideas or principles I'd end up with a mish-mash of everyone's idea. I'd rather do my own thing and make 20% of people 100% salty than make 100% of people 10% salty. I do take in criticism, but I can't just blindly accept that everyone's giving it in good faith or with the same background and testing that I have. So it goes.
Also, am cavegirl drumbk, so this whole post is a bit dubious.> Its okay to not be right all the time, no one is trying to take your job or ruin your career.
There are many other options.