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Are tool recommendation questions on topic?

Recommendations for games and published adventures are now off topic due to our policy on them being rescinded. The general agreement was that we did have functioning rules for them, but enough users ...
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Tool recommendations aren't off topic yet, Or: Let the community actually decide on that first, because we didn't [duplicate]

A few hours ago, a tool-recommendation question was closed as off topic with the close reason we're now applying to game recommendation questions: Way to manage world factions and events. Now I see ...
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Tool Recommendations Should Be Allowed [duplicate]

Our game-rec discussion that ended in game-recs being banned focused specifically on game-system recommendation questions (i.e. those tagged game-rec) for the meta-statistics used to support banning. ...
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This sites methode of doing it's rating is so hostile should i bother to stay with it?

This sites methode of doing it's ratins is so hostile shoild i bother to stay with it? Down-grading for minor spelling,grammer errors.These questions and answers that are posted here are first drafts....
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What are our requirements for tool recommendation questions and answers?

Tool recommendations are a fairly popular category of question (found in tool-recommendation, and a lot of them are simply tagged tools). Being recommendations, these questions and answers need to go ...
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Posting tools for RPGs - Dogs in the Vineyard NPC generator

I just wrote a tool to roll up NPCs for Dogs in the Vineyard in python. import random import math def d(sides): return random.randint(0,sides-1) def ndx (n, sides): for i in range(n): ...
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