Apart from the occasional person telling me I'm too anal for D&D, or those who just don't get why I care about niggling details, I get some terrific feedback and thought out criticism for the rules adaptations, changes and conceptions I produce on this blog. More so, I think, in the last six months, which suggests to me that I'm reaching that segment that DOES get why I care.
I will state once again my philosophy that an RPG is an art form. And that a world designed to compliment an RPG is an art form. Art forms, to have any real value, must be produced with care, with deliberate purpose, and with commensurate effort. Art is a worthy pursuit for a human to follow, to dedicate thousands of hours of their life towards ... IF that art is painstakingly accomplished.
I consider rock climbing to be easier than climbing sheer walls.
"1 or less hit points" ... characters in my world survive until -9 hit points.