Many moons ago it was mentioned that I had a copy of The World Of Synnibarr in my collection.
Now it seems it is potentially off to a good home.
The World Of Synnibarr is liberally derided by many. Having read, but never played the game, I admit my perspective is somewhat shallow.
I've heard vague reports that Raven McCracken's campaign was not unlike that of Dave Hargrave's.
But while Hargrave is hailed as a hero of self-publishing and gonzo D&D house-ruling, McCracken is mocked for his World Of Synnibarr setting.
Interestingly, one of the criticisms of World Of Synnibarr is this: "McCracken is, incidentally, addicted to the percentile dice roll, and not in the good Unknown Armies / Call of Cthulhu way; he'll use them for everything. You'll see more of this later."
Is McCracken's material that bad, or does he get unfair rap?