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About jackleg2010

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    D&D, Traveller, Top Secret, Runequest, HERO, Dark*Matter, and so many more!
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    Like to see my players across the table, not the screen!

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  1. Well, I cannot read Spanish,so English for me. Though the poems could have been is Spanish, with the translations in the back.
  2. Reading the 1st book. Quite good.
  3. I prefer to listen to AP's as a podcast. I walk nearly everywhere and I like to listen to podcasts as I walk and shop. And sometimes at work.
  4. It is the little things that made the film for me. The having to keep the match cord going, the cut of the clothing. or even the poet willing to cross swords over a perceived slight.
  5. I probably should have given more than just link to the YouTube trailer for the movie. It is based on the books by Arturo Perez-Reverte. It is set during the Golden Age of Spain. Kind of like a more realistice version of those times. Less swash and more buckler. I plan on reading the first book of the series.
  6. Watching this movie at the moment. It seems set in Spain during their Golden Age. Pretty good so far! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAcrIr84OdQ
  7. In the movies, cyberpunk is still stuck in a certain space. In literature, it has moved on and outward. For example, in the Walter Jon Williams novel Hardwired, it is straight cp. Another novel, Voice of the Whirlwind, is set at least a century later, they have moved out of the streets and into space. Cyberware is needed for jobs in space. The sequels to Altered Carbon, Broken Angels and Woken Furies, cp has been suceeded by transhumanism. It is not cyberpunk that has not moved on, it is the film versions of it. imho
  8. If you were going to use another system besides RQ/BRP, translating the system bit by bit will drive you crazy and waste a lot time you could be playing. I am also a fan of Savage Worlds. Alot of fans never try to do an exact translation. The advice is go by the spirit of the setting. .If you know what the average person stat is one game system, find out what it is in the system you plan to use, and so on. So just read the comics, and if possible get the rpg. Read and create.
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    I have the three graphic novels of Artesia by Mark Smylie. I remember reading the background of setting. It was his own setting for his RQ game. I also have the rpg that uses the FUZION rules. Has anyone ever used the RQ rules to run the setting on their own? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artesia_(comics)
  10. Just got RQ6. Really nice. Does any one know of any actual plays posted or an actual play podcasts that use RQ6?
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