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  1. Star Trek in D&D 'Verse

    There was a Star Trek animated series episode that dealt with this called "The Magicks of Megas-Tu ". Check youtube for some inspiration. Halber
  2. Star Wars - D6 Version Coming Back

    Technically the D6 version is not coming back, but is getting reprinted, like the 1st edition AD&D books did a short while back. The new Fantasy Flight system is not rules compatible with d6, but the scenarios can easily be ported over. I also have to say I like the new FF system better than the old D6. Halber
  3. Traveller Character Generator Game

    Scout Adam Kask 6B8B69 Age 46 7 terms Cr150,000 Skills: Air/Raft-1, Auto Pistol-1, Electronics-1, Jack-o-T-2, Navigation-3, Pilot-1, Sword-1, Vacc Suit-3 Benefits: 8,000/yr Retirement Pay, Low Passage, Low Passage, Scout Ship Service History: Attempted to enlist in Scouts. Enlistment accepted. Voluntarily reenlisted for second term. Voluntarily reenlisted for third term. Voluntarily reenlisted for fourth term. Voluntarily reenlisted for fifth term. Voluntarily reenlisted for sixth term. Voluntarily reenlisted for seventh term. Mandatory retirement after seventh term. Do the scouts have no ranking? Or did mr. Kask survive by being a desk jockey or something? Halber
  4. The Guide To Modern Fantasy Monster Miniatures

    Actually I thought Yuan-ti came from A. Merrit's "The Face in the Abyss". They are called Yu-atlanchi and lived in Inca lands, and I think pathfinder's azlanti and based on this too.
  5. The Guide To Modern Fantasy Monster Miniatures

    The displacer beast originated from a couerl. https://muleabides.wordpress.com/2011/01/10/origins-of-the-displacer-beast-and-rust-monster/
  6. Science Fiction RPGs?

    I find it's cheaper to get the starter sets for the various era's and collect the dice through that. Halber
  7. Unpainted Minis from Wizkids

    No, they are PVC with unattached black ABS bases. Wizkids rarely uses styrene. Halber
  8. Frostgrave Campaign 2017

    I'm in central MD. Where do you play? Games & Stuff? Halber
  9. Primaeval Designs by Acheson

    Not all dinos were feathered. If you look at their velociraptors, they are appropriately coiffed in feathers. Halber Funny you say that. There's new evidence that suggests all dinosaurs were feathered, or at least most of them. We knew that therapods were feathered (tyrannosaurs, raptors, etc.), but now we've found ornithischian dinosaurs with feathers. That means it arose early enough that nearly all dinosaurs at least had the genes for feathers.[/size] There is at least one hadrosaur that they are certain had no feathers http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/12/photogalleries/dinosaur-pictures/photo2.html Halber
  10. Best Version of DnD?

    I like pathfinder, but with it's rules bloat problem that any ageing game seems to suffer from nowadays, it IMHO does have spellcaster supremacy issues. In the group I was in it was a running joke. How did the wizard to something that it would normally take 2 fighters to do..."cuz magic". How did the wizard defeat the dragon by himself..."cuz magic". How did the wizard break the basic rules of the game..."cuz magic". Maybe it was a bad gm, or I was being Varsuviused, but my fighter frequently didn't even get to make an attack when it got to his turn after a combat started. I also really didn't like how pathfinder upped the action economy. Casting more than one spell in a round really allows magic users to take over. Though originally I liked pathfinder because they un-nerfed fighters from 3.5's rules bloat, but it is always easier to add a new spell with it's own contained rules set separate from the whole, than give a fighter type a new non-magical ability that has to interact with the entire rules set. Therefore it is easier to turn out magically enhanced spatbooks, and not do much for not-magical types. Halber
  11. Primaeval Designs by Acheson

    Not all dinos were feathered. If you look at their velociraptors, they are appropriately coiffed in feathers. Halber
  12. Bones IV pre-launch & news

    I was actually surprised by a German order, that the Euro is more than a "colonial dollar" again. Halber
  13. Resin miniatures, yea or nay?

    Plague Doctor you say? http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/plague/sku-down/60058
  14. Bones IV pre-launch & news

    I like harder parts. (ahem) I mean I like things in ABS or polystyrene for buildings and items that are more angular. Please do more of this! I will then give you 20 more money. Halber
  15. Tactile Tactics

    I find bob smith industries super glue works well enough. Also I wouldn't recommend assembly line assembling as chris palmer suggested. These minis from Wargames Factory are meant to be able to be put in various poses, so you will want to test fit and glue the two arms on at the same time to make sure it looks more natural. Also you will need to pay special attention to archers in a firing position, because they don't include many right hands for pulling the bowstring back. Also you may need to cut off the hands to reposition them in more variant and natural poses. What I normally do with these is line up a set of the bodies and then line up a set of right and left arms, and then compare which arms go best with which body. Also there will be left over arms and heads, for customizing. Halber