Pugmire?



  • Okay, when I first heard of this, I snorted to myself and dismissed it as ridiculous. However, as someone who did play Bunnies & Burrows once, I waited a while and gave it another look. And it looks promising / possibly fun.

    If anyone builds a MUSH for this, I'm in.



  • I dunno what it is.


  • Pitcrew

    Dogs (and other animals) have inherited a post-humankind Earth. The center of Canine society is the Code of Man, essentially a code of behavior centering on "be a good dog" and maintaining a religious vigil waiting for the humans to return.



  • Wow, that's depressing.


  • Politics

    It seems great to me, I will play it.


  • Pitcrew

    Sounds hilarious, really.



  • The posters kind of won me over. More info here:

    http://theonyxpath.com/category/worlds/pugmire/


  • Pitcrew

    I expect the cats put on a good show about 'WE DON'T NEED NO HUMANS' but are secretly mad they were abandoned.



  • @The-Tree-of-Woe The moment they develop a mystical can opener, they'll get over it.


  • Pitcrew

    Awww, they're anthropomorphic.


  • Politics

    I can't wait for @HelloRaptor to start yelling about furries and burning you all at the stake.

    That said: family-friendly + MUing = hella lulz.


  • Pitcrew

    They put that out in time for GenCon, instead of one of the things I wanted to be put out... No thanks!



  • @The-Tree-of-Woe said:

    Dogs (and other animals) have inherited a post-humankind Earth. The center of Canine society is the Code of Man, essentially a code of behavior centering on "be a good dog" and maintaining a religious vigil waiting for the humans to return.
    If it is anything close to this, I will shank a bitch to play it.


  • Pitcrew

    If it's anything like a Garth Ennis comic I'll shank anyone who tries to make me play it.


  • Admin

    @The-Tree-of-Woe said:

    If it's anything like a Garth Ennis comic I'll shank anyone who tries to make me play it.

    Explain. Explain while knowing Garth Ennis is my hero.



  • @Arkandel said:

    @The-Tree-of-Woe said:

    If it's anything like a Garth Ennis comic I'll shank anyone who tries to make me play it.

    Explain. Explain while knowing Garth Ennis is my hero.

    I'll summarize: they are wrong. Read that book and then you will be as certain as I am about it.


  • Pitcrew

    @Arkandel I owe you no explanations.

    If you want to read trashy, violent smut and smutty, trashy violence, that's fine and more power to you, but don't wave it around like a fan and tell me misogyny and rampant, cynical misanthropy capped off with a woman being raped by a garden weasel are barbed and insightful social commentary about catholicism.



  • @The-Tree-of-Woe said:

    @Arkandel I owe you no explanations.

    If you want to read trashy, violent smut and smutty, trashy violence, that's fine and more power to you, but don't wave it around like a fan and tell me misogyny and rampant, cynical misanthropy capped off with a woman being raped by a garden weasel are barbed and insightful social commentary about catholicism.

    You didn't actually read Red Rover Charlie, did you? If you did, your version is much divergent from my copy and I think you should ask for a replacement. If you're talking about the Crossed series, the majority of it is written by non-Garth Ennis people, who are allowed to write things they want. One thing is not equal to the other thing.


  • Pitcrew

    A mix of Crossed and The Boys, actually.

    I'm aware he was trying to be repulsive when he wrote both series. And he succeeded.



  • RRC is not The Boys.
    RRC is not Crossed.
    RRC is RRC.

    When someone posts about Game of Thrones, do you feel compelled to mention GRRM also wrote sci-fi of dubious quality?


  • Pitcrew

    @The-Tree-of-Woe said:

    If you want to read trashy, violent smut and smutty, trashy violence, that's fine and more power to you, but don't wave it around like a fan and tell me misogyny and rampant, cynical misanthropy capped off with a woman being raped by a garden weasel are barbed and insightful social commentary about catholicism.

    I have not read Ennis in years and quite liked him for a laugh or three, but this is such a perfect description of my ex's relationship with Ennis, and indeed, art in general, that I am really annoyed that my upvote button isn't working right now.

    edit: Ahh, there it goes.


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