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Messages - AaronBrown99

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Excellent thoughts, I agree.

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Decades of Traveller, Star Fleet Battles, Centurion, Silent Death, and now The Fantasy Trip and maybe even (gasp) GURPS have burned hexes indelibly in my brain.

Except for Car Wars, of course, and War Machine.

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Quote from: thedungeondelver;1055903
If you want to culture-jam 5e just make sure you stick to human paladin, set fire to anyone/anything that falls outside of conformity with your God, and remember the phrase : "My armour is contempt.  My shield is disgust.  My sword is hatred.  In God's name, let none survive."


I love it.

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Since I backed TFT and found my old "Man to Man" book, I'm itching to run a "tournament of gladiators" with my family.
150 points, no disadvantages, TL 4 maybe. Having not played M2M since the 80s I'm just learning via Gurps lite. Fun anyway...I like the IDEA of GURPS.

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Got mine ordered, very excited for March!

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Not interested. I found a conversion for much of my 3e stuff to FFG's Genesys system.

The talent structure is a better way to handle career advancement than the cards.

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Quote from: RandyB;1043426
FASATrek remains my all-time favorite alt.Trek setting. Game mechanics? I formed my opinion of FASA's inability to design and publish a decent set of RPG mechanics based on their Star Trek, and none of their subsequent RPG products changed my mind in the slightest.

(FASA created awesome settings, though. FASATrek. Battletech. Shadowrun. Renegade Legion. And here comes my Mekton Zeta fetish, but I could use MZ for any of those settings* much easier than I could use the original FASA RPG rules.)

*Although I don't think they ever did a Renegade Legion RPG.


I wish they had, the Renegade Legion setting was my favorite. I still have my Centurion boxed set!

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4E was the edition that hit just as my daughter was old enough to be interested.  

To her, 4E D&D is the edition she learned first, and even now she prefers it over 5E that she's played at conventions and our FLGS. She misses the cards and the powers!

She meets Pundit's horrid GATEKEEPER requirement!  The NERVE of some people, expecting that you need to PLAY the game to be part of the community!

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Pretty much every RPG purchase I make is predicated upon the (erroneous) assumption I'll find a group for THIS one!

*sigh*
 
I love reading the books?

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Quote from: HorusArisen;1039562
Genesys - out of the box I was getting creative with settings and gaming plans so definitely a winner for me (especially since I can't say Mythras).


Agreed.

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I'm a backer, but never ran or played it. Just didn't get around to it.

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Well said, the West has already fallen.

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Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Modiphius
« on: January 20, 2018, 11:03:41 am »
Quote from: Manic Modron;1020658
That is certainly how force points work in FFG Star Wars, but I don't think it is how Momentum works in 2d20.  I'm pretty sure that the players gaining Momentum has nothing to do with whether or not the GM is hoarding Doom/Heat/Threat or the other way around.

Momentum is generated by PC's rolling more success results than the task requires.

Of course the players can spend Momentum to remove Doom from the GM's pool, if they don't want to spend it later. This can keep the GM from gaining too many and throwing the Kitchen Sink at them later!

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Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Modiphius
« on: January 13, 2018, 09:44:53 pm »
Quote from: Moracai;1019326
On my behalf, Jay Little can get the fuck out of the RPG design, and go do some boardgames instead.


I'll go ahead and counter this by saying on my behalf, Jay Little can continue working on whatever he likes, and I'll continue to like his designs.

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Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Modiphius
« on: January 12, 2018, 10:59:23 pm »
I own and have played Mutant Chronicles, and recently received my Infinity rpg kickstarter books but haven't played yet.  My gaming group is my kids, and they grow up, and have their own things to do!

I love the life-path character generation, and the heat/momentum mechanic is really fun in practice when it gets going.

It plays much like the shared Karma pool in Marvel faserip.

The rulebooks for both games I have provide enormous options for characters, group arrangements, adventure seeds/plot hooks, and adversaries/'monsters'.

Overall I'm a fan of the 2D20 system, and love Modiphius' lineup.

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