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What is the [PnP] tag for?
asked Aug 27 '10 by LeguRi
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Perhaps [reference]?
answered Aug 23 '10 by LeguRi
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I don't think so; if we really don't want to use [dd] we can use [dnd] and it works just as well. When they release an "Ampersands and Octothorpes" module, I think we'll have a case... but until then …
answered Aug 23 '10 by LeguRi
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Tag has been merged with game-design. [design] It can't stand on its own as it begs the question design of what? So far we have game design, character design, campaign design, class design and …
answered Sep 10 '10 by LeguRi
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Tag no longer exists. I think [list] fits the bill, as it begs "a list of what?". It should probably be replaced with [reference]... assuming [reference] isn't deemed a meta tag. I think [referen …
answered Sep 10 '10 by LeguRi
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Given the variety of types of DnD over the years, I think it's fair to have several tags for DnD. For example, there are a lot of DnD3.5 players who might outright want nothing to do with DnD4 …
answered Aug 20 '10 by LeguRi
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I'm a fence sitter; I think the idea behind the tags is good but that the tags should be different. When I was asking In what edition of DnD was the Barbarian's rage introduced? I originally was …
answered Sep 8 '10 by LeguRi
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I think [dm] should be blacklisted (I dunno if we can do that in beta) as it's kind of DnD specific, while this site is RPG-oriented, not DnD oriented. If someone tries to use [dm] it should give the …
answered Aug 19 '10 by LeguRi
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I dunno... what purpose would this serve but to attract the attention of those who aren't supposed to look at that material? I could understand a [NAFW] tag but any attempt to mark off questions as f …
answered Aug 20 '10 by LeguRi
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Did C. Ross have to manually re-tag all [dd] questions to [dnd]? If so, points to him, but it also means we need to hurry up and settle on tag syntax, sub-tagging, and removal of erroneous tag, else …
asked Sep 9 '10 by LeguRi
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Tag no longer exists. [advice] It could not be the only tag on a question, it's too vague and not RPG-specific.
answered Sep 10 '10 by LeguRi
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Possible Duplicate: Should we worry about spoilers? This is a continuation/consoldation of Should we worry about spoilers?, which has 2 answer tied for the highest voted spot. They can be s …
asked Nov 5 '10 by LeguRi
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Search for closed:1 ;) See Search Options on meta.stackoverflow.
answered Sep 22 '10 by LeguRi
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Personally, I think we should just stick with using -s as delimiters. Does [dd3.5] mean [5] as a sub-category of [dd3]? I think [dd3.5-monster] is better than [dd35.monsters]. Likewise, [sr4.shadow …
answered Aug 21 '10 by LeguRi