The problem with the Omnipotent Blue Rock books as a setting is... the omnipotent blue rock and those connected to it.
It's hard to compare to the power that wizards bring to the table. In the Sparhawk series, the knights were a bit more approachable because they weren't out of the reach of other knights really. They were bad ass, to be sure, but in the end all the knights had access to their own stuff and the supporting cast was actually strong in their own ways.
Sure you could boil down the Belgariad etc into a L&L game, but you'd need to keep Riva out of it due to all it's connections to the wizards imho.
Why does it seem that female staffers have it out for female players/characters? They missed the GIRL POWER and all that? Besides I'm not trying to RL start anything with anyone. Hell, I feel bad for the one time I stole someone IC because I didn't know OOC. Ah well. Okay. I find some days she's great and others she's less than great, but good to know it's not just me.
@Thenomain Wow... then you're one of the people who helped me RP with friends and family when I moved away for college. And for getting me into this hobby, which helped teach me that I hate programming, kind-of like scripting, and really like networks.