MongooseMatt said:This is true - the term 'fantasy' defines certain 'defaults' and if you stray too far from those then it is always less well received. On the other hand, if you do not deviate you end up with another D&D/RQ clone. [...] There is scope, we just need to find the right project that will give impetus to revise/re-jig/re-write the Legend core.DamonJynx said:And unfortunately, coming up with an interesting, unique setting/universe that shows off the rules to best advantage is no easy task.
Kelewan would be a great setting for highlighting all of Legend 2E's rules and sub-systems. It has all the standard fantasy trappings wrapped in a unique yet accessible package. Someone pinged me suggesting I get the licence, and in theory I would love it, but I don't need any more projects.
But, yeah. Kelewan of Legend.