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Steve last won the day on July 22 2018

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About Steve

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    Glorantha fan


  • RPG Biography
    Getting back into RPGs after a very long hiatus.
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    HeroQuest: Glorantha
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    I usually come across on forums as more argumentative than I intend. I'm working on that.

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  1. Steve

    Framing the Contest

    Do you have the HeroQuest core rules, as well as HeroQuest: Glorantha? My biggest issue with the HQ:G rulebook is that far too many of the great examples in the HQ:CR have been missed out (or not updated to reflect Glorantha, since most of the HQ:CR examples are non-Gloranthan). Sure, there are examples of play in HQ:G but I found the examples in HQ:CR much much clearer.
  2. Steve

    Battle rules

    RQG mass battle rules are in the upcoming GM Sourcebook.
  3. Roughly every two weeks, though there's not a fixed schedule. I'm guessing that it just depends on how much new stuff that they've got to announce.
  4. Now that it's Chaosium that own KAP again, there will be plenty of announcements. Chaosium have a newsletter mailing list that you can sign up to (check the front page of their website, down the bottom). And they're bound to mention it in their blog. Chaosium are also pretty active on social media as well.
  5. I'm very sorry to hear that, Martin. Please take care of yourself.
  6. According to the Runequest/Glorantha panel at Dragonmeet last month, where Ian Cooper was one of the Chaosium staffers present, the QuestWorlds OGL/SRD is very very close. So hopefully it won't be much longer.
  7. Wow, what a horrifying yet inspiring story. My hat is off to you, sir, for getting through all that. Amazing.
  8. I'm no legal expert, but technically I think it's a breach of copyright. Normally, copyright laws don't allow you to reproduce in any way what you've bought. So if you've bought a book then you're not allowed to scan a copy to PDF. If you've bought a PDF you're not allowed to print it. Now it's highly unlikely that anyone is going to take legal action against you for printing a copy for personal use. And it's unclear even if they did whether the case would be found to be against you for this sort of "reasonable" use. It's at least courteous to ask the author for permission to do this sort of thing.
  9. See this thread on YSDC for more on Sixty Stone Press and their website (third hit on Google when I searched) - https://www.yog-sothoth.com/forums/topic/31954-whats-up-with-sixtystone-press/
  10. I'm pretty sure that I heard @Jeff say at Dragonmeet that he's already been using Martin's book as a reference source.
  11. "Cost" was I think intended in the past tense by @soltakss there. Martin had a very limited number of hard copies made up at his own expense and took them to sell at Dragonmeet in London for £60 each, and they were almost all spoken for before he even arrived at the show. I don't think anyone knows what the POD price will be from DTRPG, since that option isn't available yet.
  12. Seem to be back up on DTRPG now, along with the other four initial publications from the JC.
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