I'm a part of a WtA board that is located in a semi-wild part of the northeastern US. It's a new setting and right now most of the Garou characters are mingling. The ST wrote a brief description of the Sept setting (kinds of trees, a few examples of local wildlife, etc) at the beginning. I've noticed, however, that one of the species mentioned as living in the area does not range that far south and would not be found in the area, according to local department of natural resources websites. Also, in interacting with another character on the board, the character mentioned being near a river, but if you look at a map of the area, there are streams and lakes, but no rivers in that part of the state and local area. My questions are: Who has the final word on the details of the setting? If it's the ST, then do I ignore information about local wildlife ranges and just go with what the ST said lives there? Do I bring up something like a river when there is really no river there to the other player or just ignore it and go along with it? I don't want to be pedantic or come across as "one of those" troublesome players, but I feel like setting details are important. What do you all think? And can you bring up setting issues with the ST or is it better to just ignore them and go with whatever the ST puts down?
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