This is my first run at a system for converting Metamorphosis Alpha characters to Mutants and Death Ray Guns figures, and vice versa:
I’ve run some tests with statted NPCs from the glorious Goodman Games MetAl hardcover and also with some entirely random characters I rolled up using my Dicenomicon app (my goto for not-dice). The results in both directions were quite even.
Next up is another round of tests with some pre-gens out of the 1st edition of MuDRaG. I’ll edit this post with those results. I have high hopes.
[Edit: Well I have to say this thing works like a hot damn! I ran a batch of 1st Ed. MuDRaG stats forward to MetAl and back and they all kept their numbers in both directions. Colour me pleased.]
Preferred powered protection of the ’80s (which century’s ’80s is up to you).
This, this and this led to this:
So this is happening on Kickstarter:
Go and back it because it is cool. Cactus Jack in particular is calling my name.
I’ve already got some ThunderChild figs; it’s all good stuff.
In case you don’t already know Atomic Robo is right up there with ligers. And the only way Atomic Robo could be better is if he was a talking — and smoking — Six-gun Gorilla. Lucky for us:
Ape here; Bot here.
It might have gone something like this:
EDIT: Or he might be a Corpse Jelly (pp. 73-74 of Anomalous Subsurface Environment). Maybe.
The best four space-poc years of the 1980s:
The Day After (1983)
Warlords of the 21st Century (1982)
Def-Con 4 (1985)
All four are highly recommended if you want to inject some dismal into your games.
So this happened:
Inspired by this post on the all-round impressive Agis Neugebauer’s site I ordered the pictured MaKs from the equally impressive coolkits (scroll down to the 1/35th scale figs).
On the left is the Fireball Prowler in flight and on ground. Right!?
Next on my list: SAFS-tastic!
In case you don’t know:
[Those discs are Warbases. Awesome peeps. Buy their stuff.]
I just watched Last Train to Doomsday for I don’t know, maybe the tenth time. Only just noticed this guy:
Exactly. A Spidergoat!
And I think that’s a young Yeek (the aerial Ookla who appears in Den of the Sleeping Demon) to the left of the Spidergoat.
Within the category of things that are awesome this ranks among the most, well, awesome.
Captain Kordon’s ship in the Thundarr ep “Treasure of the Moks” is represented thus:
Turns out the US carrier numbered 38 was this ship:
Yep that’s right, the USS Shangri-La. The only American warship named for an imaginary locale from a work of fiction.
Read the whole page. She was a badass who brought it for decades. What’s really cool about her and Thundarr is she was in mothballs for the ten years (give-or-take) bookending the show before being scrapped. It makes perfect sense for the program’s creators to posit her deck and tower being around thousands of years later, given things like the Statue of Liberty and St. Louis Arch also still exist.