Oh, I read it. It's not very good. Not very good at all.
But it's not-goodness doesn't need to be outright lied about to make it seem worse. That's just silly, and it rallies the defense force that prop up bad art and writing, because there's a precedent for the critics of said bad art and writing just lying for no good reason, which in turn makes critiquing bad art harder to do for everybody.
But nobody on here is actually crazy enough to think it's good writing, so my understanding is that, the anon lied to catch other anons out believing lies.>>81313375>To be fair 4 pages of paizo vomit is really really not the kind of material anybody should be excited to read and it's not that innacurate.
See above, I do agree. 4 pages of the most pointless summoning trope ever. It's like the writer thinks the players are going to all be lol random 15 year olds.
As for the accuracy, it's not how many lies you tell, but which ones you choose to tell. It can make poor writing look like something much worse, while still 'looking' accurate. It's kind of like using statistics to 'lie correctly'. It's how you get people to trust you. Pull up statistics to make a point seem credible, and be selective of the information you choose to warp, and trust that people don't actually do the bare minimum research themselves, and there you go. It's rather easy to pull off, and it's really effective, even I fell for it at first, and all it took was reading some bad writing. You know there are youtube careers founded off of reading garbage writing? Reading is really good for you, guys.