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JM_Hardy

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« Reply #15 on: (13:09:39/06-09-11) »
Then I retract any complains I might have had previously.

When the sell sheet for this becomes available I'll print it out and order it at my FLGS!

Sorry to seem so flighty, Jason, but I try to support local (US and British Commonwealth in my case) business as much as I can.

Understandable and laudable.

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« Reply #16 on: (13:39:53/06-09-11) »
All I can say is that the art is looking quite shiny!  So far what I've seen of everyone else text is that it looks pretty good.  And someone commented that my piece was pretty "Pink Mohawk", which means I've done my job right. :)

Also, holy drek!  Dragon Stats be cwazy, man!

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« Reply #17 on: (14:51:07/06-09-11) »
Also, holy drek!  Dragon Stats be cwazy, man!
Do they also state where the ketchup factories are under equipment?
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« Reply #18 on: (20:02:29/06-09-11) »
I think Lofwyr's gear section includes "Saeder-Krupp."

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« Reply #19 on: (20:33:46/06-09-11) »
I think Lofwyr's gear section includes "Saeder-Krupp."
That's his Lifestyle.  :P
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« Reply #20 on: (13:46:05/06-15-11) »
I think Lofwyr's gear section includes "Saeder-Krupp."
That's his Lifestyle.  :P

Saeder-Krupp isn't just a company.

Saeder-Krupp is a way of life!

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« Reply #21 on: (00:39:23/06-28-11) »
This one going to print for a gencon release.  Do I smell a PDF in the near future?  I gotta say this books announcement surprised me. Really looking forward to how it turns out.
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« Reply #22 on: (01:30:54/06-28-11) »
I was wondering if there would ever be a "Prime Runners II". Sweet. Im all for the game mechanics, but for me its always been the people in the universe that make a game fun. Generic world and rules are nice, but its the inhabitants and their struggles that make it interesting. I could read SR stories all day.
Just as long as they do not turn into someones mary sue demi-god.
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« Reply #23 on: (07:49:58/06-28-11) »
I was wondering if there would ever be a "Prime Runners II". Sweet. Im all for the game mechanics, but for me its always been the people in the universe that make a game fun. Generic world and rules are nice, but its the inhabitants and their struggles that make it interesting. I could read SR stories all day.
Just as long as they do not turn into someones mary sue demi-god.
God, I hate that term.  >:(

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« Reply #24 on: (11:33:10/06-28-11) »
Term hatred or not, it is a valid concern.
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« Reply #25 on: (12:00:00/06-28-11) »
I would love to see NPC's that have power abilities all over the place. At the end of the day it is what GM does with the material that matters, not what is printed. IF that GM inserts one of the tougher NPC from a cannon book into their game to play a type of roll (Say demi god) there is a good bet that the same GM would make his own NPC to fill such a role if there was not one printed.


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« Reply #26 on: (12:16:27/06-28-11) »
I agree with varying power levels.  I have a few pcs with characters that have been around since first edition.  I'd welcome some heavy weight stats to pit against them.
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« Reply #27 on: (12:17:15/06-28-11) »
Term hatred or not, it is a valid concern.
I don't think so in this case.

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« Reply #28 on: (12:28:10/06-28-11) »
Term hatred or not, it is a valid concern.
I don't think so in this case.
Depends on the authors and the direction they go, I guess.

But everyone can have a tendency of doing something with their favorite characters...  It's possible.
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« Reply #29 on: (13:16:39/06-28-11) »
Of course. Everyone has their favorites, and everyone wants them to be special—that's just something inherent to every writer. However, the thing about MSes is that they are better than everyone at everything AND the central focus.

I don't see anyone in the TOC who meets those criteria.