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About sverbridge

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  • Birthday 09/17/1964

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  • RPG Biography
    Been playing/DMing D&D since 1981, started playing/GMing CoC at 3rd edition, have also played/GM'd other RPGs over the years: Traveller, Cyberpunk, Chill, Stalking the Night Fantastic, Serenity, Champions, Gamma World, Boot Hill, Star Frontiers, Mutants and Masterminds, Delta Green. Also have played various board and card games over the years. Favorite card game: Munchkin. Favorite board game: Dune
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    Currently playing in a 5th edition D&D campaign, running a Dungeon Crawl Classics campaign, and reading the 7e rules for CoC in prep for running that.
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    Sr Manufacturing Engineer at a local university working on fusion research. Yes, in my line of work, there is the potential of a super hero/villain origin story. Married, no kids, 2 cats, a horse, and a dog. Live out in the country in WNY, near Rochester. Movies, beer, mead, hiking, reading- a few of my other favorite things.

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  1. The Haunting is included in the quick start rules.
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  4. Here is the link from the HPLHS web site with a bunch of fonts. There are a lot of other cool things on this site too... http://www.cthulhulives.org/toybox/PROPDOCS/PropFonts.html
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  7. This looks really cool, can't wait to play. I just bought the old CoC games on GOG.com
  8. I got my slipcase yesterday and just wow, totally impressed. Not only was it the best packaging I have ever seen, but the slipcase, the books, and the GM Screen are way beyond my expectations. It was definitely worth every penny I spent. I cannot wait to start running the Time to Harvest story. Thank you.
  9. Well, you'll get yours before I get mine. I am still waiting for the email. Perhaps I'll get mine soon.... *** Update. I got my email yesterday saying it was shipped out June 2, so I should get my order some time next week then I can start running A Time to Harvest.
  10. I contacted Dustin this past week and he told me that my shipment would probably ship out at the end of the month or so. I ordered mine and it was paid for on April 4. This is a U.S. shipment to Rochester, NY and the shipping company is swamped so it is taking a bit longer than expected. I just got worried because my digital receipt at the Backerkit site said it was already shipped and had been that way for 3 weeks with no email which was why I emailed Dustin. Hopefully this may help some people who are wondering about their shipment. Also this pre-order was for the slipcase containing the rulebook, handbook, and the GM screen. i don't know if that makes a difference or not. I have the PDFs, but some of my players do not care for reading PDFs on their computer, so I am waiting for the hard copies so I can run A Time to Harvest. I don't want to spend the money to get the PDFs printed out and bound at Staples or the like, that is really expensive.
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  13. I think a lot of the movies were very depressing or at the very least had sad/bad endings for the characters in them. Poseidon Adventure, Towering Inferno, the Hospital, Electric Glide in Blue, Love Story, etc...I could go on but it was definitely not a good time to be the protagonist Don't forget Rod Serling's Night Gallery was also on in the early 70's. It was the beginning of the black exploitation films too. I found this while doing a quick look at some stuff. http://www.welcometothe70s.com/70sculture.html Now that you have brought it up, the 70's could be an interesting time for a CoC adventure/campaign.
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  15. They should send you a code that can be applied at RPGNow once they charge your credit card. that's how it worked for me. I thought the link I was talking about the other day was for the books, sorry I failed my perception roll.
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