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About sladethesniper

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  • RPG Biography
    Started playing in 1989 with ROBOTECH and moved on to the entire Palladium MegaVerse.<br />
    Started on BRP with Stormbringer in 1992.<br />
    Call of Cthulhu in 1993, addicted ever since.
  • Current games
    Working on Vhraeden: Blood, Steel and Iron Will<br />
    Playing "Soldiers, Spies and Private Eyes: The Global War on Terror"
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    The Green Machine
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    Pretty much only play things that can be converted into BRP.

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  1. I did not know this. Thanks! -STS
  2. What is your preferred time spent per combat encounter in real time? Some games do combat encounters pretty quickly, such as Call of Cthulhu where combat is lethal and has a tendency to be very fast. Most combat encounters are 15 minutes max in my experience. This is what I really prefer...fast and deadly. This is one of the main draws for BRP to me...fast combat. On the other end we have games like D&D 3rd Edition where combat encounters can last hours. I can tolerate this only as long as my character can do something other than wait for my turn. Other games from fast to slo
  3. My family is my primary gaming group. Everyone takes turns GM their particular campaigns. We have played a lot of systems, but BRP is the one that my wife and I prefer. Our kids prefer "newer" systems, but BRP is definitely the system most used. Having the GM and campaign rotate is a great way to keep momentum going as well as giving people a break. Two or three sessions of one game, then switching really keeps the interest up in each campaign. -STS
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    SCP

    I love about 25% of their stuff, and really like another 25%. Like an old man, I think it was better before it was popular. -STS
  5. Ah, Coolness Under Fire...a much under rated mechanic! -STS
  6. This sounds like a very interesting setting. It will be making its way to my collection... -STS
  7. Same thing as asceticism, but instead of getting "magic" you get "psionic" abilities...not really a big mechanical difference, just a different descriptor. I don't really know if there would be different ascetic traditions for them, so to cover my bases, I am assuming they are different. -STS
  8. Well, I was meaning more things like a lot of vows, not just chilling in a tower focusing on eternity. Something like living only on bread and water, no sex, vows of poverty, etc. Thanks for the heads up on Mythras Lloyd and Ian. -STS
  9. Are there any rules or skills for religious or psionic asceticism anywhere? Thank you in advance. -STS
  10. I don't like simplistic morality. I liked having all the sides being both good and bad. Feels better, more natural, to me at least. Just like all Orcs are not evil, all Imperials are not evil (at least in my interpretation). As for Rey...well, she IS the grand-daughter of the most powerful Sith ever, who was literally going to possess her to continue his reign. She is supposed to be OP. Within the constraints of the universe, it made sense, to me. Finn was trying to tell Rey that he is Force Sensitive, and that he kinda has the hots for her...but then so does Poe...kinda. Instead o
  11. ?? I am assuming you want your antagonists to be non-sympathetic things to be mowed down with moral impunity? The FN storyline was kinda weak sauce in the last three flicks, but in Rogue One, you learn that the Rebellion are pretty much terrorists and murderers...but they were presented as the good guys in the other films (minus Rogue One). I don't know, I rather liked the fact that the Stormtroopers were humanized a bit. The fact is that there are several types of Clone/Stormtroopers...the Kaminoan clones, the Spaarti flash clones, the actual Stormtrooper Corps using Humans, then some nea
  12. Wow...gorgeous. More money for Chaosium. But so much happiness for me and the poor investigators who will be investigating. -STS
  13. The whole awaking thing leading to unseen wars feels like it was stolen by Mage: the Awakening. The OWOD Mage was great but the NWOD version feels like a Nephilium copy. Well, another way to play it would be similar to the tager idea in CthulhuTech. Instead of being taken over with no say in the matter, you could run it like the Nephilium has to be asked to be join with the human. That would be a good way to start the game off...a human is in a near death state and instead of death, the Nephilium could offer life at a cost. Alternate ways would be having to do a ritual to make a ba
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