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  1. Yes. I made some packages, and used examples from Reflux, they are in the pregens I posted; usually I would give a player 3-4 weapon options, including unarmed combat. Reality-wise, I would just assign soldier skills, and that would include all weapons from the Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks, maybe the 3 or 4 are their preferred weapons and the others are a step up in difficulty to use.
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  2. Hungry Plateau has a canonical elevation of 5000ft, which corresponds to 1.5 "key" miles rather than 15 miles. I guess that decimal point was lost in transcription.
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  3. I prefer to send an Elf ambassador, two birds with one stone.
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  4. I think that would be a good idea in general. As an alternative, you might choose to present that list as a small, standalone product (if e.g. as author you prefer to deemphasize combat , or complexity in combat).
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  5. That's the great thing about looking randomly through this forum: You stumble on stuff you would have never, ever heard about that might be right up your alley. Most Tech-Fantasy-Settings I've seen yet have been a disappointment in one or the other way; and since Sarah Newtons new edition of Chronicles of Future Earth keeps me waiting, I guess I should take a closer look at this ... it's probably just the one book and nothing more ever came of it? I coulden't find any product called "Blade of Takasha".
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  6. When teaching HQ, I try to structure the first session or two in such a way as to introduce the rules concepts as we go. We'll have a couple of Simple Contests right off the bat to get them used to the core mechanic, Masteries, and Augments. Once that's comfortable, there'll be a skirmish that introduces Group Simple Contests. Later, an investigation, political/social challenge or duel get used to introduce Extended Contests. I may or may not include things like Risky Gambits or Assists at that point - that depends on how the players are absorbing things. If the above has gone well, a big figh
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  7. I'm currently playing the Blade of Takasha, the followup adventure.
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  8. Nah, this is 2018 and the internet. Let's begin: (text is greg's from that link, pics from internet searches) Feethos River 27, Abiod Valley; aka Fever Trees. This is the borderlands between the Wastes and Teshnos. The river, deeply lush, flows from those distant Ti Shan mountains. Those cities of mud huts are populated and often raided by animals nommads. Seshnelan Islands 36, Aland Isles These tree-covered islands lie south of the Old Seshnela Penninsula. We can see that the land there just slowly sank, leaving these slightly higher places above wat
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