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André Roy

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About André Roy

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  • Birthday 10/24/1875

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    Gatineau (Québec)
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    RPGs, reading, micro-brewery beer, my job, my family.

    In other words: "the Usual!"

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    Call of Cthulhu and AD&D 1st Edition
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    Gatineau (Québec)
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    The usual Triumvirate when you are in your 40s: Worker, Parent and Gamer

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  1. That's awesome! And the image is great, really nice visual. And that's an interesting hook for the character, gives them a great incentive to investigate what is going on...as they might be next.
  2. They could reprint them and finally add the (vaporware) sequel Children of the Deep to the lot combining both.
  3. Great post, good to have all of your option under one thread. Cthulhu Invictus recently got updated to 7th edition via kickstarter: Full list of product here. Cthulhu Invictus (new) Corebook Obviously, the rules were updated but there was also some cleaning up and it has a great selection of archetypes both for Romans and Non-Romans.
  4. No problem. Here is the updated documemt: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WfT5_MOOb-LkgCVVlQRShk-da7B5E8H-/view?usp=sharing Hopefully, someone will be tempted to do a Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, an Otto von Bismarck or a Maximilian von Baden analogue. 😁
  5. Good catch thanks. I noticed it wasn't the only common skill in the lot so did a bit of reshuffling giving the Musketeer 3 common skill (like the Dragonhunter and Impovrished Noble) and gave them the option of Lore (Heraldry), Streetwise or survival instead of the 3 common skills that snuck in. That's awesome they you are giving it a go. If someone choose them, let me know how it turn out and if you have any suggestion to improve them please feel free, it would be greatly appreciated.
  6. The First draft is completed: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WfT5_MOOb-LkgCVVlQRShk-da7B5E8H-/view?usp=sharing It has the Suebian as a Culture "package", some information about the Empire and the Imperial Musketeer (on page 3). I've tried ot make it as thematic and balance as possible and any feedback and suggestion would be appreciated.
  7. Well I Haven't forgotten about this, but life. I still need to write it down, but I've came up with a few ideas for this one. The Suebian unique class I've cooked up is the Imperial Musketeer. Members of the Imperial Army, The Musketeer for an elite troop of line infantry skilled in the used of the musket. While they fight mainly on foot, they are also trained in mounted combat as well as skirmish tactics. This gives them a degree of flexibility on the battlefield not often seen in other troops. Obvisously it's still a rough draft, but gives a general ideal of what I'm aiming for for them.
  8. English expression, meaning pushed towards the back to be dealt with later, postponed. Imagine ehen you are cooking and put stuff on the back burner of your stove at low heat to keep them warm, so you can get back to it later once you are ready.
  9. Oh sweet! That is awesome! Thank you very much.
  10. Golden Goblin Press own web store. It was a great KS slowly coming to fruition.
  11. I've started working on the Suebian and the Holy Faliscan Empire of the Suebian Nation. As indicated above, they will be loosely built based on the Holy Roman Empire which means there is both a decentralized and a centralized power (Local Nobles and the Empire), both a small Imperial Army and Regional mustered Army and a small navy (20 or 40 ships). Based on the Era, I's still working on the basics both skills and culture, the Unique class is a bit trickier, not that it is hard to do, but more on what cultural element I want ot focus on (currently debating between Artillery or Clergy). Below are links to my work documents and Any feedback will be appriciated. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HHaaqIwrtJRFeZbTdSGQIYc3qDn-k2DR/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WfT5_MOOb-LkgCVVlQRShk-da7B5E8H-/view?usp=sharing
  12. Oh I see. Better this way then for immersion purpose. You could do San Francisco to Panama City or Valparaiso (Chile) by ship in the 1920s. And from there go to Lima. It would be simpler. Or New York to Colon (Panama). Take the canal to Panana City and onto Lima..
  13. That's something I didn,t know (not a native English speaker) and that's good to know. Jameson's Brook it is than.
  14. Thanks To Toadmaster's map of 1920's Massachusetts, I've decided to put Jameson's Creek Northwest of Dunstable, near the New-Hampshire's border. Now to flesh that little sucker of mine.
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