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Old 02-11-2020, 05:01 PM   #1
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Default Bob Conley Severs Ties With Judge's Guild

Due to Robert Bledsaw II's racist postings. (Warning: Screenshots of the offending images in the original post)
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Old 02-11-2020, 05:07 PM   #2
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Not just him. Frog God appears to have cut ties with him, and JG has been yanked from DTRPG. Gratifyingly fast response.
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It is very unfortunate to have such an iconic RPG company in the hands of someone with such despicable attitudes.
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Old 02-24-2020, 10:00 PM   #4
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For those who are interested I just posted on my blog what I will be doing in the future with Bat in the Attic Games
https://batintheattic.blogspot.com/2...tic-games.html

I want to add in addition to what I wrote in the post that the work that Steve Jackson, Sean Punch, and his staff has done with GURPS throughout its various editions has enormously helped with the development of my Majestic Wilderlands and how I approach settings.

The various sourcebooks, worldbooks, and setting books served as an aide and a guide to help me figure out what I wanted in my setting and how to present it.

This includes the current project I am working on, the Wild North, which benefited from the sources summarized and referred to in GURPS Russia.

Again thanks to everybody at SJ Games both past and present for doing an outstanding job with GURPS and its myriad supplements.

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