|Tommi Ketonen Venture-Agent, Finland—Turku aka Tomppa|
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I think the problem is more with the evergreens being restricted to level 1 or 1-2 characters. I don't "aim" to skip the low levels, but I GM a lot, and I like to start my characters at a level where they can actually do their "thing", so I like being able to start characters at level 3 or 4.
I don't mind playing down in a 1-5 mostly made of level 1 characters with my level 3 or 4 goon, and I can take the back seat and let them shine, mostly giving advice or stepping in if things go south.
What I don't like, is being forced to play a level 1 pregen because the adventure is only for levels 1-2, forcing me to start a fresh new character, when I already have 11 characters on levels 3-9 and I would like to play and progress those. Especially since I already have a couple more GM blobs just waiting to be formed.
So, for me, playing evergreen with a pregen is like playing it for no credit. If I have played&GMed it already, it doesn't even offer any new plots or insights or surprises.
Evergreens, even on low levels, should be made more interesting. Aside from the possibility of running out of stuff to play, I don't really see reasons to GM or play low-level evergreens anymore.