Role-Playing Game Manifesto (DnD Other)
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The Role-Playing Game Manifesto is a short ideology that identifies the end-goal of tabletop role-playing gaming. The short manifesto has been printed towards the beginning of numerous game publishers books, most notably smaller presses such Milan Games and Guardians of Order (the original writers of the Manifesto). The powerhouse publishers, Wizards of the Coast and World of Darkness have both used the manifesto with just one publication. Its short and poignant message rings true for many gamers, and as such it is well-beloved in the gaming community.
When World of Darkness published the text in their The Fera supplemental compendium for Werewolf: The Apocalypse, they made the following alteration: Min/Maxing, Munchkinism, and Metagaming aren't problems with the game; they're problems with the player. Numerous publishers, most notably Milan Games, have removed the word 'tablets' from the first line.