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POLL: 5 Worst Fantasy RPG Anachronisms, Round 1C


590 votes were cast by total voters.


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MarescialloDiCampo writes:

Yes – the magical pack that stows everything and weighs nothing…


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
nothing ever advances
12
2%
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NPCs are too cooperative
11
2%
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pacifistic, vegetarian, eco-nut Druids
23
4%
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perfect teeth
14
2%
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political correctness
51
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polytheism
3
1%
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potatoes
7
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pyromaniac Hobbits
7
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racial abilities and qualities
7
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repeating crossbows
24
4%
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resurrection
13
2%
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riding in wagons
1
0%
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sleeping while armored
44
7%
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strange mix of Medieval, Asian and US culture
38
6%
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stupid non-human races
10
2%
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thunderstone/flaming oil grenades
12
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too much metal armor in the world
22
4%
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torches that burn forever
42
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two-handed swords used in close quarters
22
4%
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universal literacy
47
8%
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universally accepted currency
26
4%
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very limited feudalism
13
2%
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walking around armed and armored to the teeth everywhere
54
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wierd dungeon traps
5
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women in beachwear
28
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women without armor in combat
19
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ye olde shopping mall
35
6%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION
Most fantasy role-playing games are set in medieval or ancient times, except with the added fictional element of fantasy. Yet many FRPs get the "medieval" part wrong, and make egregious historical mistakes. Which ones bother you the most?

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.