Tuesday, March 14, 2017

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    1. It's a thing, potentially a thing that could be a cover mock up of a thing.

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  2. Biggest nerd cock tease I've seen in a while!

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  3. Its about damn time!

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  4. There isn't much gaming stuff I would buy, but I would get this.

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  5. So I am gratified by this number of comments - curious though...

    If the above were a RPG book what would it contain exactly?

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    1. Like ASE. Setting + tables + starting area/dungeon

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  6. Setting, system, adventure and random tables! Hulls & Demons! Plus some author insight in how to run the whole thing and/or scavenge something from a game about scavengers...

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    1. I wouldn't need the system, only some setting rules maybe.
      +1 to every thing else.

      I would definitely buy this. Probably even in dead trees.

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  7. Yup, I'd buy that.
    I picture it structured something like a Vornheimed version of... all that's gone before it here in this space.
    Maybe a special edition with covers made from riveted steel plates.

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  8. Gus, I've been following this blog for over a year now and I am finally commenting for the first time just to let you know that I would 100% buy something like this.

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  9. When I buy gaming products these days I want things that inspire new ideas and save me time.

    House / Variant Rules- What changes you made to the D&D baseline. I do not want a whole new ruleset that is 80-90% the same as LotFP, B/X, S&W, whatever. I have that. Just detail the differences.

    Setting- What is the ship, where did it come from, and what is the current state? I want every section of the ship explained, but not detailed. I can extrapolate the details as needed. But, if there is some history of the ship that is important for me to perform that extrapolation, then I want to know.

    I know very little about boats and ships. Terms, resources required, details that I would likely not know should be included.

    I think a history of the ship is important, as this lets me find out what should be in an area. If it is not there, then it is likely that this particular group that stripped the cogs from the portside abfenistrator, the party can find clues that point to that group having the said cogs.

    I am looking for a resource that expands my current campaign, not replaces it. If there are definable traits or objects that I can plant in my current campaign, so much the better. Then, when the HMS Apollyon is discovered, those aspects can be recalled.

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