My initial concern was it lacked the dice that the box (and the ad) said it should have contained. Dice weren't cheap, and I went to all ends to try and keep my dice collection growing at an affordable rate.
Upon reading the rules (and they were a heavy set, complicated set of rules for what was a lighthearted game) I noticed it lacked encumbrance rules. I also had some black market questions.
I wrote a letter to West End Games, and got the following response from Ken Rolston:
I enjoyed running Paranoia in between regular D&D game sessions. It was a nice diversion, and my players really got into the role playing aspect of it (as you can see from the notes ;)
Ken is the greatest. This is kinda how he writes employee performance evaluations, too.ReplyDelete
Damn! That's damn cool! (sacary too, but really cool ;)ReplyDelete
That's brilliant, and a sure sign of someone who loves their job!ReplyDelete
Very cool-makes me a fan. Is Paranoia still around?ReplyDelete
Mongoose publishes the latest version if I recall correctlyReplyDelete
Mongoose Publishing PARANOIA pageReplyDelete
Ultraviolet Books PARANOIA blog
That letter is a treasure. An absolute treasure.ReplyDelete