It’s not often that I share link to RPG.net, but this thread where Jürgen Hubert shares his expertise and enthusiasm for GURPS is really good, at least for the first seven pages or so.* I love reading posts by people who are both knowledgeable and passionate about their subject matter.

https://forum.rpg.net/showthread.php?789007-Staff-Pick-Everything-you-wanted-to-know-about-GURPS-but-were-too-afraid-to-ask

16 thoughts on “It’s not often that I share link to RPG.net, but this thread where Jürgen Hubert shares his expertise and enthusiasm…

  1. * One of may favorite things about the Forge was Ron’s moderation. I can’t really understand why RPG.net (and ENworld, too) are happy to let threads continue for hundreds of pages while simultaneously being totally useless. By page 8 this thread has basically become one guy asking for help building his Harry Potter campaign.

  2. < ![CDATA[* One of may favorite things about the Forge was Ron's moderation. I can't really understand why RPG.net (and ENworld, too) are happy to let threads continue for hundreds of pages while simultaneously being totally useless. By page 8 this thread has basically become one guy asking for help building his Harry Potter campaign.]]>

  3. Conversation primarily has value when conducted over cups of coffee at a diner in the rain, or with those we care about. I suppose technically one day an electronic forum might create a sufficiently meaningful experience to make a conversation conducted there valuable in and of itself; in the same spirit as we might one day discover a version of stomach flu that is nothing but delightful and pleasant. But so far…

  4. < ![CDATA[Conversation primarily has value when conducted over cups of coffee at a diner in the rain, or with those we care about. I suppose technically one day an electronic forum might create a sufficiently meaningful experience to make a conversation conducted there valuable in and of itself; in the same spirit as we might one day discover a version of stomach flu that is nothing but delightful and pleasant. But so far...]]>

  5. Until I met Primetime Adventures, I thought GURPS was the only RPG I would ever need. I’ve still got a big stack of the books, and every once in a while entertain the musing notion of trying a game of it, just to see how it runs these days. But I doubt anyone I know would be up for it. XD

  6. < ![CDATA[Until I met Primetime Adventures, I thought GURPS was the only RPG I would ever need. I’ve still got a big stack of the books, and every once in a while entertain the musing notion of trying a game of it, just to see how it runs these days. But I doubt anyone I know would be up for it. XD]]>