With a liberal sprinkling of D20 Modern and Future, do you think this could be a viable setting?
It's a WookieeJust as soon as I figure out what a Mok is.
This is a hex map of Europe which could be used in such a campaign, it is a 12th century map, but the terrain the hexes show would be the same, forests that were clear cut would grow back in 500 years after all.The answer is yes, you could do this with those supplements.
Bugbears would make a decent Mok stand in, but the other D20 products do stat out Yetis and Sasquatches. I believe there’s a race in the D20 version of the Alternity setting called the Weren, which could also work.
I have been looking for something like those maps for years! Thank you so much for posting them!
I would go with something that is more alien: e.g., (1) a map of earth where the poles have shifted; (2) a map where the ice caps have melted; (3) a map from prehistoric times but with overlaid with "modern" places.This is a hex map of Europe which could be used in such a campaign, it is a 12th century map, but the terrain the hexes show would be the same, forests that were clear cut would grow back in 500 years after all.
Ariel wasn't the only good spell-caster. There is one episode where they meet a couple teenage heroes; a female barbarian and a male sorcerer, so like Thundarr and Ariel, but with a gender swap. Still, both good and evil magic-users were uncommon and certainly not a wizard on every corner. The frequency might be about the same as force-users in a Star Wars setting. Also, a number of the evil wizards used technology to augment their powers and some seemed to be based solely off of using technology.