Since Robo apparently needs me to spell it out for him, I am going to define reality by breaking up the word into separate parts. "Reality" contains the root word "real" and the suffix "ity". Here is how the dictionary defines the word "real".
existing as a fact; not imagined or made up; actual;true
The suffix "ity" is defined as:
(suffix forming nouns from adjectives) The condition, quality, or fact of being
Thus, the logical conclusion defining the amalgam of these two units of language is "the condition of existing as a fact
To explain where Robo misused the world "reality" is in his RPG, Reality
. First of all, the name of the RPG itself is a misnomer. It would not be out of place on a self-help book, but this title is attached to an RPG about a fictional world, which is imagined and made up
. The second flaw is where he formally introduces the incorrect meaning of reality in the first post:
Whenever and wherever you can imagine, a Reality existed. In side of a Reality is an uncountable number of Dimensions...
Reality certainly exists. However, this makes Reality out to be a place, where within lies a number of dimensions. Instead of understanding reality as condition, it is misinterpreted as "a realm in which dimensions of a certain consistency are capable of existing." In other words, "location". One person can travel from on Reality to the next. It would be more preferable and more precise if he had instead replaced the title "Reality" with the word "Consistency" or "Continuum", or if he had made up a new word for the concept he had in mind.
I hope this has provided clarity.
Live long and prosper.