: hmm im trying to avoid reading gurps before this is done
: so that I won't accidently lift from it, but its a
: pretty good idea in my opinion... I dont want to lift
: from their RULES though i dont mind lifting from their
: story since I (Don't flame me) sort of concider it
I'm the last to flame you for liking GURPS. I was one of it's big defenders back when there was such a concept as a definable Myth canon. Seabolt may have skipped some details on the actual levels, but he has info that was never released anywhere except for long-lost prerelease data (that Gholsbane found on the Internet Wayback Machine, as I recall), and he actually had Bungie people to consult with. On the other hand Myth 3, the other big non-Bungie pseudocannon, was written based off of "suggestions" from GURPS Myth and *RESEARCH FROM THIS WEBSITE* (Legends & Lore), as well as Scott's own imagination, and then merely OK'd through Bungie, who I imagine probably didn't have the inclination to pour over it in detail and say what was right and wrong, since they were no longer financially invested in the Myth franchise by then.
Hell, I just realized that if you're counting "originality" of source as a qualifier for cannonism, then *I* and the other authors of this site are more cannon than Myth 3, as is GURPS Myth, as we and it were the admitted sources of research for it.