So, it appears that as of now if there were ever to be paradoxical information in any campaign (but not in the sense that something could have been changed as Rob has mentioned previously), the campaign is, in essence, deemed non-canonical and can be written off as a story or something of that sort. Do I have this right? Off-hand, it would be interesting if non-canonical stories, like the proposed Dave's Fan Story, were taken up by one of the Book Race people.
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The idea that Dave's fan stories be made into one of the Book Race could be unlikely unless someone happens to be reading one at the event that brings them into existence or if Dave becomes more credited author and submits to the scene of the Book Races birth. However that would be a good outlet for Rob to bring back a character to have that conflict of interest that he intends to create in later campaigns.
Well, not necessarily, remember he said one possibility is that their just gaseous clouds that just move from book to book, meaning one could stumble upon his Fan Story. But that was the whole point I was trying to make, it doesn't mean the characters can't exist.
Oh yeah, I forgot about that part. I wasn't dissing the idea or anything, because I find it to be something really funny for a later campaign. I was just pointing out some things that would most likely need to happen so that can be implemented easily by Rob. But knowing Rob, he would just say a wizard did it, if we found fault in his reason anyways.
Yeah, he needs a reason to make a Necromancer anyways.
Err, I guess conjurer?