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Forum-Based Games / Re: Age of Steam-Ireland
« Last post by rstites25 on Today at 02:28:50 PM »
Bump for l'amour.
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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: Mutant Crawl Classics
« Last post by bayonetbrant on Today at 07:43:44 AM »
I think I like the Game Science a little better, but they also do not make a D30. 

The dTotal is a 30-face die.
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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: Mutant Crawl Classics
« Last post by bbmike on Today at 07:32:45 AM »
I ordered that exact set last week.  ;D
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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: Mutant Crawl Classics
« Last post by Bison on Today at 07:09:05 AM »
I picked up a set of these to use with DCC.  Overall the dice are nice.  I think I like the Game Science a little better, but they also do not make a D30.  So if you want a set has matching dice, I'm afraid you cannot have a matching Game Science set.  The only issue I have with this set is that the D24 for example has very rounded sides so it can roll forever or until it rolls off your table.  I made and use a dice tray, which solved this problem.  I actually really like the D4 design.  Read the number from the top as opposed to the top or bottom of a die face.


https://www.amazon.com/Unusual-Approved-Dungeon-Crawl-Classics/dp/B00YLTCRVQ/ref=sr_1_32?ie=UTF8&qid=1498395944&sr=8-32&keywords=zocchi+dice 
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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: Mutant Crawl Classics
« Last post by Dammit Carl! on Today at 07:04:39 AM »
Been wwwaayyy out any sort of gaming loop since early this year, so imagine my rustled jimmies when I saw this game...wowza.

Love how Goodman has modules and so on ready to go already - the radiation-green skull and blaster logo is tre sexy and I could easily see me wearing a shirt with that on it (to the chagrin of the kiddies, but thats what their old man is there for).
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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: Mutant Crawl Classics
« Last post by bbmike on Today at 06:47:25 AM »
A bit. It is very old school and just like DCC (you can even move characters from one to the other!). One thing I didn't like is that it uses 'odd dice'- like D14, D16, D24, D30, but that's not a big deal. I wish I had know that before Origins, though.  ::)
Another thing is wetware and shamans. They are nothing more than spells and wizards. Some people will like it but I never had any of that in Gamma World. I will 'house rule' stuff like this as I usually do.
So basically, if you are familiar with the first three editions of Gamma World you'll feel right at home.
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Wargaming / Re: Bloodpeak Barbarians Kickstarter!
« Last post by ABYSS on Today at 06:28:32 AM »
First stretch goal!

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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: DnD 5e
« Last post by Bison on Yesterday at 09:52:07 PM »
Two new products for 5e were announced a couple of weeks ago.

Tomb of Annihilation  This is another campaign book set in Chult.  This could be an interesting deviation from the last few set in the Sword Coast.

http://dnd.wizards.com/products/tabletop-games/rpg-products/tomb-annihilation

And the one I'm most excited about is Xanathar's Guide to Everything

http://dnd.wizards.com/products/tabletop-games/rpg-products/xanathars-guide-everything

This one looks like an Unearthed Arcana sort of book.  20 new sub-classes and new feats, spells, and backgrounds.  Good stuff.

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Role-Playing & Adventure Gaming / Re: Mutant Crawl Classics
« Last post by Bison on Yesterday at 09:39:41 PM »
Did you have a chance to peruse the rules yet?  I'm thinking about picking up the core rule book at some point in the future.  Its all part of diversifying my RPG collection...or something...:D
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Forum-Based Games / Re: Vietnam 1965-1975
« Last post by Ubercat on Yesterday at 08:29:36 PM »
Wow, thanks for the memories. I started solo games of this about three times in the early 80's but never got past around 2-4 turns. Will definitely be paying attention.  :clap:
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