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View Poll Results: How Crunchy Do You Like Your Traveller?
SW soft serve 6 4.11%
Medium Sci-Fi/Space Opera 28 19.18%
Average (Traveller can be pretty crunchy anyways) 71 48.63%
Super Crunch 24 16.44%
Ouch! Broke a tooth.... 10 6.85%
Other 7 4.79%
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Old December 20th, 2012, 07:20 PM
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Default How Crunchy do you like your Traveller?

Originally Posted by Greylond View Post
Well, I like a. Lot of crunch, as long as it is logical and the gm can handle it. I started out as a wargaamer after all. And I gm HackMaster...

This post got me thinking of a poll. For me, I started out as a wargamer as well, but nowdays, doing things online, the more streamlined the better, because it takes way more work for the GM to explain the crunch. I know that when I was younger, I liked more crunch as well, until about the middle of getting my degree in mechanical engineering; there I must have reached an apex, as I have been slowly move towards: "Whatever, I just shoot it" playing style. Too much making spreadsheets and doing calcs in real life; a lot of the crunch I also see as not making a huge amount of sense, and then I really don't care much for filler.
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