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    Melee/Wizard, Traveller, Champions, Toon, Justice, Inc., Mazes and Minotaurs. Wrote "At Rapier's Point" Rolemaster supplement for ICE, contributed to "Pirates!" Published scenarios and game-related articles in GDW's "Challenge Magazine" and Legendary Game Studios' "Minotaur." Developed material for Torchlight Games and Gold Rush Games which remained unpublished when they went under. Wrote "Rocket Rangers!" mini-campaign for Mini Six. Contributed adventures to "The River Terror" and "Blood and Badges."
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  1. Gatchaman — Science ninjas in colorful theme uniforms clobber gun-toting costumed goons. Being ninjas, they don’t necessarily have a code against killing, and their opponents certainly don’t.
  2. Giant Robo, an anime inspired in part by Johnny Socko and His Giant Robot. The PCs are “espers” — special law enforcement agents who can do weird things and dish out lots of damage but who can die from a bullet or stab wound like anyone else. Oh, and both the good guys and the bad guys have an astonishing variety of giant robots.
  3. The main thing I need to be a Keeper is ... players.
  4. seneschal

    Red Robin ?

    Doesn’t the cult specialize in high-end cheeseburgers and shakes? https://www.redrobin.com/
  5. Moonraker Miniatures has lots of figures appropriate for Call of Cthulhu but I stumbled across these in their science fiction line: http://www.moonrakerminiatures.com/phagons.htm In other words, broo with laser weapons!
  6. You mean it screams “lots of sinister people and things you didn’t want to meet and stuff to do to get away from them.” Did you see the expressions on their faces? No, they’re lying. You didn’t go to junior high with them, and they aren’t working their way through college by selling magazines. 😱
  7. But think of how scary a pack of savage waist-high critters would be for your 25mm heroes. ”That noise! Oh no, they’re coming in through the air vents! Ahhhrrrrggg!”
  8. http://www.rebelminis.com/15mm-zombies-and-unde.html https://www.oldgloryminiatures.com/products.asp?cat=674 Traditional zombies and werewolves
  9. If it is still available, “Murder in the Footlights” was a free download from Chaosium briefly presenting a simple mystery that could be played straight or in a Scooby Doo-ish manner.
  10. The “Planet 15” line has some nifty B-movie monsters, too, including fish men. http://khurasanminiatures.tripod.com/planet15.html
  11. Penthesilea does not look like a happy camper. Wouldn’t want to cross her.
  12. http://khurasanminiatures.tripod.com/little-carinthia.html As role players we often live in a 28mm world when it comes to miniatures. These 15mm horrors are pricey but evocative.
  13. That’s pretty much what happened to the kids from “Lion, Witch and Wardrobe” in the sequel “Prince Caspian.” One minute they’re waiting for a train in London, the next they’re on a deserted wooded isle ... someplace, with no idea why or where.
  14. Here’s another one, toy wrestlers converted to Lovecraftian entities with papier mache:
  15. Looks as if there are more figure options in 6mm. Viva mini-Prax! The 28mm do look good. The herdmen are suitably brutish.
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