>>44210903>picking apart Spheres
Spheres of Power is perfectly valid discussion material in /pfg/, due to it being a Pathfinder product. Is there an issue with bringing it up?>I don't like that he ignores people who don't respond to him the way he likes
I try to respond to whomever I can (and indeed, that is why my posts can be quite long-winded), but there is no way I could hope to address everyone. Have there been any especially egregious cases of me having ignored posters in the past?>>44210903>>44210914>>44210922
I do not mean to attempt to arbitrate /pfg/. Such an attempt would be futile and impossible. What makes you say I come across as doing so?
I do keep the pastebin link repository up-to-date, and after someone in a previous thread had told me to include all homebrew regardless of quality (I was initially recalcitrant towards including two homebrew races of highly questionable balance), I had gone and done so for roughly a dozen homebrew links.
Someone had proposed earlier the removal of *both* sets of tier lists from the repository, which is why I assented to that initially. However, the consensus is now to remove my own revision of the tier list (which is, in a way, its own form of arbitration from others).
Is there anything in particular that comes across as particularly overbearing?>automatically assumes people will agree with him and that he's the most important and justified individual on /pfg/
What makes you say this? I am curious to know. The most important people in /pfg/ would be anyone who actually writes Pathfinder supplements for it, be it the Dreamscarred Press team, Adam Meyers finally learning how to post here on his own, or any other writer who drops by here to entertain questions.
I am not a writer, so I am unimportant in that regard. I try to ensure that the pastebin repository and its sub-pastebins are up-to-date, and I also keep /pfg/ abreast of developments with Dreamscarred and Spheres playtests, but that is all.