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RPGDot reports new ruleset for Minions of Mirth

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RPGDot reports new ruleset for Minions of Mirth

Game News - posted by Spazmo on Fri 5 November 2004, 16:03:38

Tags: Minions of Mirth; Prairie Games

RPGDot received a press release/e-mail thing from Josh Ritter of Prairie Games announcing the use of Third Edition rules in their upcoming Minions of Mirth. Here's something from the press release that's at RPGDot.

"Minions of Mirth uses the Third Edition of the world´s most popular tabletop role-playing game. We are commited to having the best Third Edition rules implementation in existence. This gives us a rock solid rule base to build upon and expand." - Marketing Director, Barry Trottier.

Prairie Games, Inc is founding an Open Source initiative to create a great Third Edition implementation for computer role-playing games. We are very interested in collaborating with others on Open Source games and technology. Our flagship product, Minions of Mirth, will use the Third Edition rules and expand them with our existing designs.​
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I was pretty sure that the whole open system d20 thing didn't apply to computer games. And notice how they carefully avoid any direct mention of D&D? It ought to be interesting to see what comes of this.

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