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« Reply #45 on: <09-07-10/2252:58> »
A vote for B&W and color...what to do?  ;D

Casazil, I picked up a Zuca a few years back at GenCon and while they aren't cheap I absolutely love mine. Being able to have something to sit on can be such a relief at cons, it can hold a pretty good amount too.

www.zuca.com

Hehehehe...gonna order the seat cushion for mine right now!

Edit: And yes...mine has the flashing wheels. No...they are not lame.  :P
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« Reply #46 on: <09-07-10/2301:43> »
I'll put a vote down for Black & White. When it comes to hardware, I like the old school style.

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« Reply #47 on: <09-07-10/2305:35> »
I am not promising anything...but I might be willing to do a color and a B&W version.

If I got nuts (like the Pathfinder supplement I am producing at page 154 and just barely half-way through) there will only be one version though.  :o
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« Reply #48 on: <09-07-10/2309:02> »
I am not promising anything...but I might be willing to do a color and a B&W version.

If I got nuts (like the Pathfinder supplement I am producing at page 154 and just barely half-way through) there will only be one version though.  :o
Reeeeeaaaally? Let me know when you got more info on the PF supplement. I'd be interested in that as well.

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« Reply #49 on: <09-07-10/2314:58> »
That one I will be putting up on RPGnow for sale, aimed at GM's. But once it is up I can shoot you an email though.  ;D
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« Reply #51 on: <09-07-10/2347:59> »
A vote for B&W and color...what to do?  ;D

Casazil, I picked up a Zuca a few years back at GenCon and while they aren't cheap I absolutely love mine. Being able to have something to sit on can be such a relief at cons, it can hold a pretty good amount too.

www.zuca.com

Hehehehe...gonna order the seat cushion for mine right now!

Edit: And yes...mine has the flashing wheels. No...they are not lame.  :P

I have what Megacon Joe (He's in charge of the games don't ya know!) has refered to as my throne.

A large black fake leather office desk chair with a raised back and lower lumbar support and a sorta head rest.

They even took pics of me in it as did several people who passed through looking to see what was going on.
"If at first you don't succeed blame someone else"
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« Reply #52 on: <09-08-10/0102:57> »
Would you be printing it out Doc so you are thinking about your color ink cartridge being sucked dry?

B&W isn't hard to do, simply take the images into photoshop and convert them.  ;D

I never print PDFs when there's a book version. I simply prefer b&w illustration of items in equipment descriptions, thats it :)
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« Reply #53 on: <09-08-10/0603:48> »
A vote for B&W and color...what to do?  ;D

Casazil, I picked up a Zuca a few years back at GenCon and while they aren't cheap I absolutely love mine. Being able to have something to sit on can be such a relief at cons, it can hold a pretty good amount too.

www.zuca.com

Hehehehe...gonna order the seat cushion for mine right now!

Edit: And yes...mine has the flashing wheels. No...they are not lame.  :P

I have what Megacon Joe (He's in charge of the games don't ya know!) has refered to as my throne.

A large black fake leather office desk chair with a raised back and lower lumbar support and a sorta head rest.

They even took pics of me in it as did several people who passed through looking to see what was going on.

I will have to concede that the aforementioned chair (aka Throne) is certainly going to be more comfortable but I wouldn't want to be pushing that around at GenCon. The dealer's room is hard enough to get through as it is!  ;D
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« Reply #54 on: <09-08-10/1810:01> »
Megacon I just leave it in the room with the books I now know so many people that one of them will stay in the room an watch it while I take a stroll in the dealers room.

Besides MOST of the reg staff knows there is only one person rolling a chair like mine around so they see someone else with it they'd stop them.
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« Reply #55 on: <09-08-10/2254:49> »
You realize that you just may have instigated a game of "hide the Throne!"  :D
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« Reply #56 on: <09-09-10/0200:54> »
Not really I'm in it most of the time as I'm the only GM I am sitting there running or explaining the game to people all day everyday from about 8:30 am till close to Midnight.
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« Reply #57 on: <09-11-10/0440:55> »
United Defense Industries
2073 Catalog

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>>>>>[I've seen some corps fill the honeycomb with FAB II astral bacteria while the surrounding walls are covered with Awakened Ivy to prevent astral spying.]<<<<<
      -- KageZero (09:51:51/09-11-72)

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« Reply #59 on: <09-11-10/1125:02> »
That certainly should be an option.

I take it that you do not find the stats objectionable though?
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