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7th Sea Hits ONE MILLION DOLLARS (AKA The Top 100+ RPG Kickstarters Ever!) Thursday, 10th March, 2016 11:38 PM

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Friday, 11th March, 2016

  • 04:35 PM - fuindordm quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post 7th Sea Hits ONE MILLION DOLLARS (AKA The Top 100+ RPG Kickstarters Ever!)
    I'm not following the project (don't have the $$$ to back it and I rather not torture myself) so I didn't knew about this. Far East is an add? Or it is a project not connected to the KS? Future project not connected to this KS. This KS includes the core rules plus sourcebooks on Ifri (Africa), the New World, the Crescent Empire, various Cities of Adventure, and Secret Societies.
  • 01:34 AM - dm4hire quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post 7th Sea Hits ONE MILLION DOLLARS (AKA The Top 100+ RPG Kickstarters Ever!)
    I'm not following the project (don't have the $$$ to back it and I rather not torture myself) so I didn't knew about this. Far East is an add? Or it is a project not connected to the KS? It will be a separate Kickstarter. The plan is to make it a stand alone game, but compatible with 7th Sea core. The East: Planning for 2017 Mark and I spent a long time considering the best way to tackle a sourcebook about the Far East. Eventually, we came to the conclusion that a single sourcebook wasn’t enough. We couldn’t do it justice. We wanted to do India, Japan and China… and China alone would be an entire book. Just 200 pages for all that real estate and all those cultures… it just wasn’t enough. So, we made a hard decision. But also, an exciting one. In 2017, we plan to launch 7th Sea: The East as it’s own 7th Sea brand. A 300 page full color stand alone core rulebook with 200 page supplements for every Nation. And by “stand alone,” we mean you can play 7th Sea: The East without the...

Thursday, 10th March, 2016


Tuesday, 10th February, 2015

  • 03:40 AM - TrippyHippy quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post What's the most anticipated RPG of 2015?
    I'm happy a new DG is coming out. I would have preferred for it to remain a supplement for CoC (more pages dedicated to story and fluff!) but at least they are staying in the BRP/RQ family instead of doing a d20 game or using an in-house system. Having play tested the new Delta Green game, I’d say it was more a case of the 7E CoC moving away from the original system, than the other way round. That said, using six stats rather than seven or eight may cause some consternation amongst BRP fans.

Monday, 9th February, 2015

  • 07:43 PM - Nomessiah quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post What's the most anticipated RPG of 2015?
    There is also the new Delta Green. This one is its own thing with its own system. I don't know how much good it does you for me to second a nomination, but I must say that this and Mage: the Ascension 20th are the only 2015 RPGs I've even bothered to care about.

Thursday, 5th February, 2015


Wednesday, 21st January, 2015

  • 05:26 PM - Gecko85 quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post D20 Fight Club 5e [iOS]
    Aside from adding more equipment what other benefit you get for upgrading? No ads. Also, I think the free version limits the number of modifiers you can add. I can't remember: I know I hit a wall on *something*, then upgraded for $2.99. (Also, that $2.99 covers both iPhone and iPad...) Now that I have it set up, spells added, etc., I really like it. It's very nice looking and the rolls are great. I was planning to use spell cards, but since I can have all the info at my fingertips, and can use the "prepared" toggle to note when I've used one, I think I'll ditch the cards. Only minor niggle (and I've posted on their Facebook page to see if they can help) is it calculated the melee bonus for Dagger incorrectly. It's using my DEX bonus instead of STR. Overall, a solid 4 out of 5 stars. It's got a bunch of really good reviews, with a handful of 1-star reviews from people who don't understand intellectual property and copyright rules. They *can't* include anything from the PHB...it would violate...

Tuesday, 20th January, 2015


Thursday, 18th December, 2014

  • 12:04 AM - Mistwell quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post WotC will not allow translation of D&D NEXT.
    Adventures on the East Mark (Aventuras en la Marca del Este). Great game. Exquisite Art. Beautiful box. Expensive. Ah yes, that's the one! Looks like they are being translated and sold in English now, slowly. The first box is already available, the second is out soon, and the other two are planned for next year.

Friday, 14th November, 2014

  • 03:43 AM - hardvice quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post Dungeonscape Lives!
    Yup. Some Wizards apparently. That's why I ask if the app will work with 5e. I don't want to follow these updates if they aren't of any use for me and my group. Ditto. At this point, we know that it's probably software and probably related to one or more role-playing games. That's about it. That's an awful lot to take on faith. I'm willing to hang in there for now, but… definitely disappointing.

Thursday, 30th October, 2014

  • 05:47 AM - Hobo the Delightful quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post Dungeonscape no more?
    What is Story Machine[emoji769]? The Story Machine is the technology that made DungeonScape possible by linking and parsing pertinent information and creating a dynamic user experience. There's a ton of info on it in one of our blog posts but those might be archived at the moment...

Tuesday, 19th August, 2014

  • 08:24 AM - Ricochet quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post DungeonScape (formerly known as Morningstar)
    Anyone knows how soon after release it will be available on the Kindle Fire? (Considering Amazon runs its own store not associated with Goggle Play). If it's an Android app, you can simply sideload the app. Here's one of numerous articles about it (it's not too complicated, basically install it on a phone, back it up, and restore it onto the Kindle Fire. Alternatively, use a management program like ES File Explorer.. Transfer the install file over, run it on your Kindle Fire, and you're set). http://www.howtogeek.com/178357/how-to-sideload-apps-onto-your-kindle-fire/

Saturday, 9th August, 2014

  • 06:25 PM - Mark CMG quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post Hoard of the Dragon Queen w/ Starter/Basic Rules Only
    difference between Basic and PHB is the character options when creating characters (plus feats and Multiclass rules) I'm still not sure is NPCs in 5E are all going to plug into standard "monster" stat blocks or be extensions of the PC generation rules. In the Starter Set, for instance, Glasstaff is an example of using a monster stat block while Sildar *seems* to be a bit more, yes? (Assuming that you have read the Starter Set, at least, if not have some 5E playtesting experience.)
  • 04:17 PM - Mark CMG quoted Loki-lie-Smith in post Hoard of the Dragon Queen w/ Starter/Basic Rules Only
    63403 I think the book itself answer that question. :) Right. Everything is always compatible. I'm looking for opinions on the actuality of that, details of where that is more true or less true. Have you read it yet?

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