An option for consideration, but I'd wager the silent Tani boycott means there would be very little return on investment there. I can make the most well-written, well-thought out, well-structured game there is but very few people will join it because the GM is me. I do prowl chat logs. I am aware of my place in the pecking order. There's a reason I've been quietly trying to emigrate. It seems about 50/50, really. I'd actually say 67/33 since Thor gives me a hard time by default. I think it really depends on each person whether it needs to be from scratch or not. The game actually was originally going to be straight from scratch, but I had the idea of righting the worst of the original game's sins. Go figure, even when I try to do that, I'm criticized because oh no, I didn't read 100+ pages of posts and recover dozens of deleted files so got a few details wrong. I have considered that exact time period actually, but then people will just pick apart why the alt-hist doesn't make sense there too. It's a situation where really for whatever road I take, someone has a problem. There's a reason I only consider criticism for so much because I've learned it is impossible to please everyone. At this point I'm more interested in "make a game that isn't hilariously broken" than "make a game that is perfect in every way."