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Re: NAC - American style [LONG]

From: Donald Hosford <Hosford.Donald@a...>
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 03:09:17 -0500
Subject: Re: NAC - American style [LONG] wrote:

>Putting aside the whole if you don't like it play a different
>argument as said already.
Yes.  No argument.  Just couldn't think of a cool way to introduce that 
neet short fix you came up with.

New thought: -- maybe Jon's timeline is more interesting (to players) 
than Jon expected.  Might explain why most player histories are 
variations of it.  (Not that there is anything wrong with that.)

Donald Hosford

>I think Jon left the pivot points out for a very good reason, so you
>write your own reasons. That's one of the greatest attractions for me,
>what plausible events could lead to the "nodes" Jon has laid out. I
>think I have as many different versions as I have had long plane
>to US/Europe ;)
>Turns out there's enough freedom in there to end up with almost any
>permutation you like. For instance, using the NAC as the example of the
>moment, I've toyed with versions that range from one where the NAC
>becomes a fascist dictatorship and revolution is in the offing through
>to another where after only a few decades the whole thing ends up as a
>republic with an elected head of state. Given the weirdness of real
>history just about anything is possible ;)

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