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  1. Presumably to better support the rewrite of Merrie England.
  2. My copy of Revolution arrived last night, accompanied by a set of the combat cards. Very nice. Have others started to receive and dig into their copies? I very much appreciated the use of ERB's Mars in the character generation section.
  3. Nice. Those would definitely be useful for an Arkwright or similar parallel-jumping game.
  4. Mine arrived the other day. Very nice book - probably my favorite BRP / d100 book to date.
  5. Mine was waiting for me this afternoon, in California, on my return from work. Really crazily well-packed too - not a complaint.
  6. Libre100 is catching with me. I'm not sure - maybe it reminds me of GMT's Napoleonic 20 series. It implies European to me, or at least non made-in-US, which appeals to me from a diversity sense. Libre Revolution 100 is too long, and probably silly
  7. Good question. I think here consolidates a lot of cross-system thought, and likely gets a lot more traffic.
  8. I'm especially interested in the "“Fallback” inserts that will help you hybridize it with other rules." Being a fan of OGL (and GORE and OQ for %), this sounds quite interesting indeed.
  9. I think Ben will forgive you, sir. For myself (having Horror on the Orient Express, among others), MW - or a MW release - would need to reach similar levels. I grabbed Cubicle 7's London boxed set for COC, which prices ~ $90 US. Component-wise I'd expect heavy paper maps, several high quality books, illustrations. Honestly, though, I'd be happy with a 64 - 96 page MW that's well executed, laid out, and crisply done. I think the magic of MW isn't in its volume, really.
  10. Thanks for sharing, Questbird. That sounds awesome!
  11. You roll hard, friend. That takes me back.
  12. Some days I think about a Southern Reaches book / pack / series with more like old wood cut style design (and maps and stat blocks, of course). I don't think MW has a really strong visual theme to stick to. I'm another fan of the MW cover though. I never noticed that either about the tabard.
  13. I dig that cover, Newt! Nice choice.
  14. It was nice to see a copy of "Winds" on the shelf at EndGame the other day. I acquired one (and left one on the shelf for others).
  15. I'm also in the more settings camp. Between OQ, Renaissance, Legend, RuneQuest Gateway, and Gore, there's plenty of publishing options. More settings, and. GM materials and such, would be cool. The D&D oriented OSR seems to have a lot more traction in such things it seems.