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Author Topic: What do you want in resources/sourcebook for a game you've already purchased?  (Read 1408 times)


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Additional rules covering areas not found in the core book, or expanding those areas.

The enhanced treatment of martial arts found in Ultimate Martial Artists in the HERO System line is an excellent example.

And I still like adventures. Although here HERO falls flat while older material from Shadowrun and Deadlands shine.
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Amen, Gleichman. I have several SR adventurs from SR1 and SR2, and I still use them for my SR3 and SR4 campaigns.
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