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About VonJunzt9kx

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  • RPG Biography
    With regards to role playing games, I have mainly played and game mastered for Call of Cthulhu and Dungeons and Dragons since the late 70's. I have also played Chill, Traveller, Boot Hill, Elfquest, Dungeon Crawl Classics and a few other games. I have run games for Pathfinder, Modern Age, Conan (in three different game systems), John Carter of Mars and a few others.
  • Current games
    D&D 5th edition, Call of Cthulhu, Conan Adventures in an Age Undreamed of
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    SE Texas
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    I started into RPGs from miniature wargames and both of these hobbies continue to entertain me.

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  1. I was in an Antique Store yesterday, in a small South East Texas town and discovered a crumbling tome, in which there was eldritch lore. It was an article by Gahan Wilson, "I Hear You Callin' Cthulhu" which describes his experience playing the Game: Call of Cthulhu . It was a fun read and had some nostalgic photos of the Grenadier miniatures for the game and a series of photos of the author experiencing the luck of the dice. I wonder, are any of you aware of other hidden gems like this?
  2. I ran the Lightless Beacon on Roll20 and then some other scenarios from my collection using the characters from that scenario. The character sheet for Pulp Cthulhu is available and I used that as a player in another game on Roll20. I noticed that Harlem Unbound is available.
  3. "Does this mean to resurrect a person it must be cast twice: once to reduce the body to its compounds and then again to reform the same ingredients but now with added soul? Or did we get it completely wrong?!" I think you are close. A spell/ritual is done to reduce a corpse to their essential salts and compounds. Then the spell/ritual continues to bring that person back to what appears to be the living person. Next using the words of the spell backwards, the resurrected person can be turned back to dust, stored away and then reanimated later. Sanity and power must hold out in these ri
  4. Science fiction is a broad field and this list seems more "hard science" but some argument could be made to include ERB: A Princess of Mars/Gods of Mars/Warlord of Mars. I am having trouble remembering authors but "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep", "Make Room, Make Room" and "Flowers for Algernon" are stories that were good and turned into some fine movies.
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