That kind of batting average will get you in the Hall of Fame"Greenwood also, in one of the replies to Collier in the Volume 20, Number 1 issue of The General, described this project as "...a rewritten, succinct and complete compilation of the entire game system in one rulebook." "
-- well, one out of three is ... um ... pretty bad actually.
A matter of opinion...marketing SK as a stand alone means that many potential ASL players never go beyond SK. Does that hurt?Going back to the original question for a moment, how is ASL hurt by people playing ASLSK or LnL or CC? Every freaking ASL printing seems to go OOP. If demand is greater than supply, show me the hurt.
I seriously doubt that the number of SKers who have the level of love for the full game but decide to just stick with SK out numbers those who moved into full ASL solely due to playing SK first and realizing that the game was enjoyable and the rules weren't so cumbersome that they couldn't be digested if taken in small increments. IMHO of course, but backed up by the number of times (dozens) I've heard, "I started with SK and now play full ASL" and the number of times (zero) I've heard, "I really always planned to play full ASL but decided ASLSK was enough for me so I'm staying here".A matter of opinion...marketing SK as a stand alone means that many potential ASL players never go beyond SK. Does that hurt?