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    Thursday, 16th May, 2019, 04:15 AM
    Hi Everyone, I got an email from Modiphius today saying: Anyone know something about these? Did they remake the Camarilla book? Thanks for your time!
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Hi, I'm Chris. Currently in the Portland, OR metro area. Favorite games are Shadowrun, Star Trek Adventures, Champions, and Star Wars, but open to others. Prefer to play, and do GM.
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Average middle aged white guy Gen X'er who likes gaming. I've been playing D&D since the 80s. Also played Star Frontiers and Twilight 2000 back in the day, and remember when WEG Star Wars came out.
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Thursday, 16th May, 2019

  • 07:12 PM - Sword of Spirit quoted Greysword in post New Tariffs On RPGs Printed In China
    I would love it if they would allow the book to be printed in Germany, where they have a personal attachment to the game. I woudl pay more for a book that doesn't fall apart quickly. The Torg Eternity books printed in Germany actually have sewn binding! I don't know the last time I've seen that in an RPG product. I wish I saw it a lot more. The basic idea being that local producers will be able to compete with foreign products due to the increased price of foreign goods. This impacts the foreign producer (the Law of Demand says it all, the higher the price the lower the demand, who will sell fewer) and it allows a domestic producer to compete at the new higher price. And consumers carry the weight by paying more. So that means that unless China is putting out domestic RPGs, this isn't going to be doing anyone any good on that particular front?

Tuesday, 6th June, 2017

  • 09:46 AM - aramis erak quoted Greysword in post Starfinder vs Alternity vs Traveller: Which Space Game to Buy?
    With new versions of Alternity funded on Kickstarter, Traveller just released, and the StarFinder announced, which SciFi/Sci Fantasy game would you suggest investing in? What is the difference between them? Thanks for your help! Which depends upon what you want. They're not the same genres/subgenres. Traveller is hardish space opera to moderate space sci-fi. Yes, it's got Artificial Gravity, FTL travel (but not comms nor sensors), and a system design esthetic that was (but isn't now) one of the most realistic before the Kepler 'Scope. Most PC's are ex-military or ex-merchant, and the mechanics (in any edition) are reasonably traditional. My recommend should you choose it is either CT, MT, or TNE, depending upon your preferences; I don't endorse MGT, but it's workable (feels wrong in play, like a bad retroclone attempt). Alternity is pretty much middle-of-the-road space opera, at least in the old Star Drive setting. Suffers from the usual issues of dice-by-difficulty (hard to not r...

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