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I've got a fairly high standard for certain type of models due to what other companies are turning out these days, but anything I don't really like can end up in a box of good will soo...

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8 minutes ago, CAVBOSS said:

Well don't worry, lot's of even more coolness is headed your way in this KS, so don't despair!!! :)

Including a CAV raiding party? ^_^

 

....A fox can't resist trying to sneak something in there, like say, oh I dunno, foot soldiers and whatnot in 28mm scale... ^_^

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... people.. don't LIKE the Wolf Dragon? What.

I love him! I have no idea what I could possibly /do/ with him, but, whatever, he's awesome. And fiendish Wolves are not a bad start for what's possible...

 

There are things I don't like, or I'm not sure what I'd do with. They're probably not going to be the same things someone else would (I'm remembering the reception Mumlak got at Paizocon. Mumlak is completely useless to me. But I know he's going to be appreciated where he is, which... y'know what, I'm glad I had him handy for that. I do not, however, have the least bit of sympathy for Cosmo's Delvers after we handed him off....). Where was I going with this? Oh. Short version. I don't have to like something myself to be fairly sure there is someone, somewhere, who will squee like a kid over it. 

... getting to see this for myself? Bonus. ^^;

 

 

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8 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Including a CAV raiding party? ^_^

 

....A fox can't resist trying to sneak something in there, like say, oh I dunno, foot soldiers and whatnot in 28mm scale... ^_^

I haven't tried...but we do have them. Maybe some day! :)

 

 

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I like the dragonwolf he got on my  "stuff to buy if I don't get the core"  list 

 

stats for the similar "Blightwolf"  came out in 2000, a month before the 3rd ed Monster Manual  as d20 OGL

Never used one in a game, but always meant to. 

 

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3 minutes ago, Evilhalfling said:

I like the dragonwolf he got on my  "stuff to buy if I don't get the core"  list 

 

stats for the similar "Blightwolf"  came out in 2000, a month before the 3rd ed Monster Manual  as d20 OGL

Never used one in a game, but always meant to. 

 

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What book is this in? I'm intrigued. 

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6 minutes ago, Evilhalfling said:

I like the dragonwolf he got on my  "stuff to buy if I don't get the core"  list 

 

stats for the similar "Blightwolf"  came out in 2000, a month before the 3rd ed Monster Manual  as d20 OGL

Never used one in a game, but always meant to. 

 

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I dont remember that creature.  Still  I didnt know it was an actual creature.  hmm

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1 minute ago, ksbsnowowl said:

What book is this in? I'm intrigued. 

Creature Collection by Sword & Sorcery Studios (White Wolf's d20 arm.) Part of their Scarred Lands setting.

 

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The book is the Creature Collection, Volume 1, from White Wolf's D&D 3.0 OGL books. It had a looooot of weird stuff in it, and some of it clearly wasn't entirely comfortable with the rules as a whole, but it was interesting.

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9 minutes ago, ksbsnowowl said:

What book is this in? I'm intrigued. 

 

creature collection I 

it had some really nifty outside the box monsters - and they tied almost all the monsters to a war between the god and titians,

lots of the monsters say things in the descriptions like "These were created when wolves lapped the spilled blood of Mormo Titian of Magic and Serpents"

The CC also created a perfectly serviceable pantheon of D&D gods.  I'm reusing it in my latest campaign. 

 

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I will agree with Disciple of Sakura that some of the rules design was weak, but its still fun to convert the ideas. 

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3 minutes ago, Evilhalfling said:

 

creature collection I 

it had some really nifty outside the box monsters - and they tied almost all the monsters to a war between the god and titians,

lots of the monsters say things in the descriptions like "These were created when wolves lapped the spilled blood of Mormo Titian of Magic and Serpents"

The CC also created a perfectly serviceable pantheon of D&D gods.  I'm reusing it in my latest campaign. 

 

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I will agree with Disciple of Sakura that some of the rules design was weak, but its still fun to convert the ideas. 

I loved the concept of the Strife Elemental in either CC 1 or 2... One of them played a major component in a plot for my first third campaign.

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14 minutes ago, TheAuldGrump said:

Creature Collection by Sword & Sorcery Studios (White Wolf's d20 arm.) Part of their Scarred Lands setting.

 

The Auld Grump

What is the cover color on the first one? Green? White?

 

I have the green one, but think that might be number 2.  Not home to check at the moment. 

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8 minutes ago, StarFyre said:

Haven't seen any posts so I assume no big reveals to try and increase spend/hype for the weekend?

 

Sanjay

Wouldn't surprise me to see something tomorrow, but nothing yet.

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