BDI Setting Pieces: Moving Forward

Discussion of the various things regarding the setting itself, such as large changes to culture, politics or geography.
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General consensus

LEGACY OPTION: Stuff it into tidy boxes and put it in the attic, still available for viewing, but obsolete as far as setting involvement is concerned.
DELETION: Kinda straight forward, out with the old, in with the new. Kiss it goodbye.
No votes
PRETENDING IT DOESN'T EXIST: Lets be honest, a lotta stuff already falls into this category.
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BDI Setting Pieces: Moving Forward

Post by TheOneWhoKnows » Thu Mar 28, 2019 9:28 pm

Long story short: This is a discussion of how we should move forward as FFRP community, specifically in regards to how we want to handle out of date, isolated, defunct and/or generally unused setting materials that BDI has accumulated over more than two decades of fantastical additions from the minds and hearts of those who have come and gone, and even some of whom still remain.

Getting a general consensus of what members think of the options on the table. Note: Just because something wins the vote, it's a small sample size, so it's not the greatest representation. It does, however, give food for thought on how things should be handled.

Also, feel entirely free to give your own alternative options and ideas on how things should be handled. We're open to any and all ideas concerning how to handle the matter.

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Re: BDI Setting Pieces: Moving Forward

Post by Oblivioncalls » Wed Apr 03, 2019 11:25 pm

I think Legacy is the best route forward, as it's the best combination of ignoring and deleting it. It can be packed away and obsolete so that new things can grow, and still be available as a bit of a lesson into the history of BDI.

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