Levels, levels, levels!

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I’m adapting a Level Advancement campaign system for Otherworld Skirmish from the 7TV Summer Special‘s Ratings War chapter. It’s actually pretty straight forward and the Otherworld rules as they already stand allow for a few ways to approach it. One can start with a traditional adventuring party faction of already-classed 1st Level human and demi-human… Read more »

Dralasites and Death Ray Guns

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Collection Stats, Mutants and Death Ray Guns, Roleplay, Skirmish, Space-poc, Star Frontiers.

The madness continues. Today’s installment covers converting characters from Star Frontiers into models for Mutants and Death Ray Guns, and vice versa. I give you Dralasites and Death Ray Guns: Dralasites_and_Death_Ray_Guns01 There is a ton of great Star Frontiers info here. And Fight On! magazine published (in issue #11) a cool little article translating dralasites… Read more »

What if that “cloud of space radiation” was in fact …

Posted by & filed under BLOG, Metamorphosis Alpha, Rogue Trader, Roleplay, Skirmish, X-plorers.

the Eye of Terror? I mean, this … looks a lot like this: I’m thinking temporal anomaly combined with dimension shift or parallel jump. A world without string! It’s a cool way to set some Rogue Trader skirmish gaming or X-plorers roleplaying in a new environment. If this idea is good enough for Star Trek,… Read more »

Pecking Order

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I’m about to start a MDRG campaign set on the Starship Birkenden. Here’s my command group: Their straight-up WYSIWYG stats are: They’re supported by these WYSIWYG birds: With these stats: That’s 400 points of poultry! Cyclops (-3) : Ranged attacks suffer a -1 penalty per range band (i.e., the first range stick is at -1,… Read more »

The Perfect Party vs Party

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The Con Game I Never Forgot When I was twelve or so I attended Trumpeter‘s annual Salute gaming convention. That year it was held downtown in conference rooms at Robson Square near the Law Courts. And I played in one of the most enjoyable games I’ve ever encountered. It was a PvP (Party vs Party)… Read more »