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NotRussellCrowe

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    AD&D 2e, Dragonlance Fifth Age, D&D 5e, Cult of Cthulhu
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    5e & CoC
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    Winnipeg
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    Just getting in to CoC

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  1. Forgive my ignorance, but why re-release 2nd edition as opposed to 1st? What's the difference between the two editions?
  2. You no longer have to configure port forwarding for Fantasy Grounds as they have a game browser you can use now. The GM sets a password and only tells their players and you're good to go. Then it remembers which games you connected to and you don't have to search again. It's pretty slick and works great even for those who aren't comfortable with technology.
  3. There's a Canadian store that has one of them: https://www.meeplemart.com/store/p/68444-Cthulhu-Britannica-The-Journal-of-Neve-Selcibuc.aspx
  4. I know the FG people have been working on updating BRP rule set to work better. See the following: https://www.fantasygrounds.com/forums/showthread.php?57566-BRP-Upgraded-to-CoreRPG-v3-0 If you are still experiencing issues I would recommend you post on the Fantasy Grounds website as I don't believe that they frequent this sub very often.
  5. Looks fantastic. I have already pre-ordered it and can't wait!
  6. I think it's a good question. We've seen other games get new editions frequently and some games stay the same for decades. My feelings are that I'm sure at some point in the future there will be an 8th edition but that I'm not expecting it anytime soon. 7th edition seems to be doing very well and growing quite a lot in player base. From what Mike Mason says of future products it seems like they've got ideas for books (and dare I say box sets?) for many years to come. Personally I don't see any reason for a new version. Pulp Cthulhu adds a different style of play without requiring a new version and the nature of CoC being that you can pretty much set it in any time period and add/remove a few skills and you're good to go really.
  7. I use Fantasy Grounds to run CoC and it works well. Haven't played those adventures you mention though but I did run the ones that come with the rule set and they worked well. Now I'm running Horror on the Orient Express and it's working well.
  8. Just watched his video today. This is exactly what I was looking for. Ordered!
  9. Hi, MOB. Is it possible to release the table of contents? Edit: Also, when will Bits & Mortar get the PDF, same time you release it or when the book physically ships? Thanks!
  10. And surprisingly Babylon Berlin is available in Canada on Netflix so I shall be watching it!
  11. Has anyone from Canada ordered the Masks slipcase and had it shipped into Canada? Any extra charges/duties from crossing the border? Haven't found a LGS that will order it and is part of the Bits & Mortar program and the ones that are part of the program don't return my emails. Thanks and happy gaming!
  12. I believe that Fantasy Grounds has a license to convert Call of Cthulhu modules, just need someone to do the actual conversion. They are working on converting Horror on the Orient Express right now but as I am not affiliated with Fantasy Grounds (other than a user) I have no idea if MoN is in the queue or actively being converted.
  13. It's either too cold or too many mosquitoes for anyone to be out and about.
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