The RPS consensus on the Codex doesn’t matter much, yes, but you must understand that it is incredibly annoying to be called a neo-nazi spawn of Satan by most of the internet for frequenting a website that is, for the most part, completely normal. I don’t know about the other Codexers who registered to respond to this thread, but I personally came here because I thought the RPS community, unlike many others, would be intelligent enough to actually discuss things and try to at least look at things from our perspective.
[QUOTE=Drake Sigar]Everyone thinks they’re part of the best forum. The only difference between us is I just happen to be right. [/QUOTE]
There’s some truth in that, but of all the gaming forums I’ve seen online, RPGCodex really is one of the most analytical and one that values great game-design. Let’s put it this way: on most forums there’s be a post saying “I like/don’t like this game because of [feature]”, whereas a post on RPGCodex oftentimes looks more like: “This is why [feature] works/doesn’t work and that’s why I like/don’t like this game. Discuss!!!”
I won’t insult your intelligence by responding to that second sentence.