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    RQ
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    DnD 5e, Champions 5e
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    FtF or Fantasy Grounds

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  1. Not sure if anyone mentioned this or not but by the time I purchased Traveller in 1979/1980 ish there was a lot of stuff published for fantasy games, and the one of the biggest differences to me is the lack of illustrations in those LBB. D&D had really established a euro centric medieval style game with Tolkien inspired elements. You could page through the books looking at the illustrations and get a good feel for the settings. The lack of illustrations, and more importantly a set of standardized norms for a sci-fi setting was a big detriment to running the game. The problem
  2. The scifi D100 rpg obviously inspired by BRP has been revived by Precis and is on drivethrurpg.com https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/355945/Worlds-Beyond-Classic-Reprint
  3. Game designer doesn't equal business manager. Hopefully they can attract someone to run the business in a business like manner and free the designers to create.
  4. The link to Lulu can't find the product...
  5. Yes they have added: ( for BRP ) Rubble & Ruin Modern Equipment Catalogue
  6. If you are wanting a BRP Monograph in hardcopy, some of them are now available on drivethrurpg.com Here are some of the ones that I have spotted: ( some of them haven't been available for a while ) Classic Fantasy Witchcraft Aces High BRP Adventures Light Without Shadow, Blade without Edge Berlin 61 Agents of the Crown Fractured Hopes Basic GM Basic Creatures lots of the CoC monographs are also in print on the site
  7. Quoting from the Design Mechanism web site: If you've been thinking about buying RuneQuest 6, this is superb way of buying into the system. Please help spread the word. Its a wonderful opportunity for people to sample RuneQuest and its latest supplements at a terrific price and to help support two excellent, deserving causes.
  8. I think the fact that all of the KS backers already have access to the pdf of the text for this book should be proof enough that this is a very worthwhile project. Setting the creative process to a definitive schedule is a much bigger challenge than most people give credit for.
  9. Or it could be reworded as: Don't give up hope you can still learn the programming it will just take some time.
  10. It is definitely free to do a conference call. Not sure about video because we never use video. I think paid comes in when you are calling phones numbers as opposed to other Skype users.
  11. Well we have run 3 online conventions and we encourage the participants to use the FG Communities Teamspeak servers. There is a central voip chatroom that you can meet up and discuss gaming with like minded rpgers. I have spent a fair amount of time during the past conventions just chatting with friends and people I hadn't met until then. It was a lot of fun. Usually people hanging out chatting will get recruited for a session that is short of players or a GM decides to run a session because of a request. One nice thing about the Full license is that you can upgrade to an Ultimate at a
  12. Of course if you join in FG Con 4 coming up in May, you'll get to play using the most popular rulesets. I am planning to run a BRP game so it better still be working ;-) See my signature for info and check the forums too.
  13. It isn't hard to learn Fantasy Grounds. There is more to learn if you are going to GM. I have been using it to GM a PF campaign for a couple of years now and it works great. The people on the forums for FG are super helpful and there are lots of videos to watch to learn how to use it. If you have a question just ask on the forum and you will get lots of feedback. The issue of the BRP ruleset is a bit trickier to answer. The BRP ruleset was written a few years ago by a freelance community member. FG has undergone a number of upgrades ( all of them free ) but the BRP ruleset author is n
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