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Old October 23rd, 2006, 12:03 AM
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I had George Lucas's "THX-1138" runing in the background this afternoon, and a thought occured to me; what would it be like to have a band of adventurers caught inside a bleak work of shaved heads, concrete, fluorescent lights, and a drug controlled population with little to no freedom?

Pardon me if that strikes home with some of your work environments [img]graemlins/file_21.gif[/img]

But seriously, what would it be like to have a team of adventureers to have to break into one of those kinds of societies, and then break back out? A cakewalk, since the opposition has no guns (rather none were shown in the film, but they do have robot police), or a nightmare since it would just be too overwhelming?

Another interesting environment; this was talked about earlier this year, but years back, just for a lark, I took a band of Traveller types through the first module in the Dragon Lance series. It was interesting in a very odd sort of way. Very easy in some regards, but with some unexpected twists.

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