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    RQ2, RQ3,AD&D,MERP, Rolemaster,D&D, CoC
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  1. Schrödinger's bird?
  2. The early Bernie Gunther novels, collected as Berlin Noir is good for the feel of inter war Germany. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Berlin-Noir-Philip-Kerr-ebook/dp/B076H6BKNZ/ref=sr_1_2?crid=CQC3ZRISD7II&keywords=berlin+noir&qid=1563367279&s=gateway&sprefix=Berlin+n%2Caps%2C148&sr=8-2 https://www.amazon.com/Berlin-Noir-Violets-Criminal-Requiem/dp/0140231706/ref=sr_1_2?crid=2ZGCE5NFVWFCM&keywords=march+violets+by+philip+kerr&qid=1563367206&s=gateway&sprefix=March+vi%2Caps%2C232&sr=8-2
  3. Great write up @Crel. Great ideas and nicely balanced.
  4. Thanks for that. I will use Mycenaean Greek titles, like Wanax and Wanakt for officials and maybe the Sumerian Lugal. Perhaps use the glazed tiles of Ishtar gate as model for the city walls. A different tile colour could represent the local version of Arkats.
  5. I just watched a few of them through and the ones on about how to make your games scary contain good advice for any GM regardless of what rules you are playing.
  6. I know that most of the RQ3 era Safelster is now gone. Personally I never felt that comfortable with the pseudo medieval version so I don't mind that it has gone. However, I am trying to rework some old RQ3 material for RQG. I just need to get a flavor of Safelster's current culture for one section. So what direction should I be looking in.
  7. Blue Moon trolls like some jazz. https://youtu.be/ntDnwBiORu8
  8. The Crimson Bat isn't dead it's only resting
  9. Ducks are largely the same as Orlanthi but anything after Starbrow's revolt would change. Fazzur Wideread declared a Duck hunt and all Ducks had go to into hiding untill the liberation of Sartar.
  10. It's not just about stance and guards. It's about where you target and the angle of impact of the blow. You can't target weak spots in the armour with a mace in the same way that can with a sword. What would be a glancing blow with a sword would cave in armour with a mace.
  11. The tone of the sub Roman Arthur just doesn't fit with Pendragon. The 5th-6th century Arthur is a world in collapse, with Arthur desperately trying to hold back the incoming tide of Saxons. The rules are written with the 15th century idealised version of chivalry in mind, not the grim dark last stand of the Britons. The historic Arthur, if there is one, should be a setting for BRP rather than trying to get Pendragon to fit.
  12. Gunda was the Sartarite equivalent to Bean Pot Aelwrin in the original boardgame. The rules had this thing were Gunda and Aelwrin would fall in love if they were in the same battle. This would result in their counters being removed from play. Gunda's mythology hasn't really expanded beyond the guide entry.
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