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Favorite Missions or printed adventures

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street.mage

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« Reply #15 on: (22:58:18/09-28-10) »
Spin Control has an insect spirit background; one that may not have a much replay value, but definitely a shocker in my opinion. 

Angelone

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« Reply #16 on: (13:00:59/09-29-10) »
I can't believe I forgot Dreamchipper. I love that scenario in ways that isn't healthy, it's second only to Food Fight.
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« Reply #17 on: (14:34:10/09-30-10) »
Elven Fire is another favorite just to pull out and read -- the intro fiction alone was worth the price of admission, for me.

Darkeus

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« Reply #18 on: (15:05:17/09-30-10) »
I have really been considering running a 4A version of Dreamchipper.

That is a cool ass adventure.  And one that can be used in any edition..
I thought what I'd do is; I would pretend I was one of those deaf-mutes.

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« Reply #19 on: (10:59:49/10-03-10) »
Gotta agree with the Harlequin comments.  I have run it with several different groups, and tend to intersperse the parts of it with a variety of homebrewed missions. 

I also loved Dreamchipper, and have run a number of varients of it over the years.  I am brewing up a 4th ed variant now which should be a blast.

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« Reply #20 on: (02:47:28/10-25-10) »
i am mastering Harlequin to my pc at the moment, planning to do harlequins back in a few month... after that humm brainscan, wake of the comet, survival of the fittest and  some more :) till the crash2.0
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