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Because not all of the "methods of murder and mayhem" we have collected involve munitions (there's some swords and such).

Then again, the majority of them involve a whole lot of boom and bang, and some zap (and STOMP, because we have plenty of mecha), so I guess it still fits pretty well.
 

Doc_Pippin

Villager
Because not all of the "methods of murder and mayhem" we have collected involve munitions (there's some swords and such).

Then again, the majority of them involve a whole lot of boom and bang, and some zap (and STOMP, because we have plenty of mecha), so I guess it still fits pretty well.
While munitions is often used to mean modern weapons and ammunition, the literal meaning is "weapons, ammunition, equipment, and stores" and it actual has a second broader meaning which is also relevant "material or equipment for carrying out an undertaking"
 


Doc_Pippin

Villager
If you wanted to further the alliteration you could even expand it to

"A Multitude of Munitions for Murder, Mayhem, Mischief, and More!"
 



OK....

"The Coreline Multi-Verse Depot:
A Multitude of Munitions for Murder, Mayhem, Mischief and More!"

With a name like that, it doesn't just sounds like an "equipment catalog" book, but should also have a location (or sample location, I guess that this is a pretty big sales venture so we are talking just one store), sample characters (with a name like that... what do you guys say? Some guy that is a combination between Willy Wonka and Burt Gummer?) and sample adventure that would have the players go trigger-happy.

The cover doesn't feels like it should be an ACME box anymore. More like one of those late-night TV ads of crazy salesmen, with the psychodelic colors and all.


BTW, nice to see you, AnimeSniper. Been a while.
 

AnimeSniper

Explorer
Yes been busy with Real life thankfully nothing major. On the note of your post your could always have the access of the store floor via a dimensional door made available at a set time on a set day that is found out by the player on a late night infomercial

Come on down to "Coreline Multi-Verse Depot" where we have "A Multitude of Munitions for Murder, Mayhem, Mischief and More!" and if you can't find it on our store floor speak to one of our resident in-house Tinkers for those customizable orders.

Located between the rear dumpsters of Bob's Spatula City during the hours of 4:45 and 4:51 pm on the 31st of March 2020. Store exit may change and is not responsible for reimbursement of travel costs or being lost in an alternate dimension.

As for the mini adventure... Zombie/Alien World
 
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Yeah, that definitely sounds good. As a black market, it streams ads through pirated signals, constantly changes locations and the like. Or it's one specific location, but it's so out-of-the-way and oddball that there are many Fictions that are fended off like they were vampires. If the door appeared in the sewers, for example, half of the people would go all "Oh! POO GAS!!!" and walk away.
 

AnimeSniper

Explorer
Maybe include some snippets of happy customers unleashing their new purchases that are mistaken as new movie premieres or other

On the Sewers and Poo Gas... the players exit the store only to find themselves in a sewer slash derelict subway tunnel station with rodents of unusual size that immediately attack them
 


AnimeSniper

Explorer
Oh yes Radroaches maybe Mirelurks

I never understood why there isn't a standard non-fantasy mythical book for all of normal animal kingdom with maybe a couple subchapters or supplements on how to modify them from the base stats.... think about it zombie elephant, radioactive generating insects, and other.

The fallout series does have some of the classic post-nuclear apocalypse critters.
 



Like I said, my favorite Fallout quest is "Those!" It's an homage to "Them!".

I NEED to see how to watch "Them!". Especially now with this whole "stay at home" thing.
 

AnimeSniper

Explorer
Maybe check Amazon Video



I remember seeing the other three way back on TCM channel
 

TCM has been losing some of its touch... also TNT when it stopped showing monster movies in the early mornings.

There was a similar film spot on the Warner Channel for a while, had a cool name: "Route to the Dark Side".
 

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