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How come cultural and technological stasis is more acceptable for medevil high fantasy settings (thousands of years pass but everything is still kings and serfs) but not for other eras like Victorian Era/Steampunk etc etc? the only other I can think that seems to be acceptable is spacefantasy shit like Star Wars (Goon sesh?). if you tell someone that 5000 years ago King Obama rose his sword against the Edgemaxxers no one bats an eye but if I say something like, 1000 years ago Governor Blimpy shot his musket taking down 3 Man O Wars people raise thier eye brows that muskets still exist
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Normies who believe in a God who'll reward them for a good job and punish them for being faggots try their best to be truthful.
Speed bonus
Because the people looking for fantasy are generally looking for a specific feeling of fantasy. They aren't looking for any sort of historical parallel.
If you take two fantasy themed characters straight out of something like d&d. One of them is wearing a suit of chainmail, has an axe and a shield, there's some frivolous details like a tabard and a nice helmet. The other is a figure clad in gleaming, intricately detailed plate armor and has a polearm
The average fantasy seeking person isn't going to care that these two are technically like 300 years apart in a real world historical context. They're just looking at two fantasy dudes adventuring
Medieval fantasy is a setting (a generic one), not a real world time period.
Just like how it'd be strange to assume you can bring Johny Rico into a star wars game it'd be strange to assume you can bring a rifleman to a generic medieval fantasy setting
Gutenberg's printing press was built in 1440, you're being very disingenuous. The rest of the inventions you mention did not substantially change anything, they did not create any large disparities in wealth, health, or military power. 14th century France fielding an army against 4th century Rome is not even a sure thing for the French, indeed even the pike and shot conquistador armies were quite evenly matched with the more or less stone age mesoamericans in combat. Things only began to really change and accelerate with universal literacy and state formation coupled with state research institutions. And again, the eugenic culling of violent criminals for many successive decades was essentially a prerequisite to modern state formation and the gradual adoption of industrial production and the commercial economy.

The 30 Years War, Glorious Revolution, and even the Reformation that sparked them are the most obvious breakpoints from the iron age, as all of these vast socioreligious movements came about through mass politics as a result of literacy.

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Birthday Cake Edition

Discussion of the Towergirls CYOA, RPG, Setting, or Video Games welcome here!

Everyone is welcome.


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Be joyful!

God bless you!
Did she kidnap that kid? Why doesnt he have a light green skin? We all know skin color is dominant and offsprings will be a color mix!
I demand an inspection by a genealogy wizard!
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I was a little bit sloppy!
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Suddenly the Mimic starts to fondle the symbiontic tentacles.
The Symbiont tentacle starts to kiss the Mimic back. They start to make out!
Andrette: ´O.O ˋ
Vulturon: NANI! O3O

The Symbiont Princess extend itself so much and is so occupied by the kissing that the captured Dragon Princess 4 can be seen through the chest gem.

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Isn't He?
Deiwos, Hyperion, Jupiter, Vishnu, Perun, Odin, Lord Indra, Lord Buddha, Mithras, Sol Invictus, Tengri, Jesus Christ, Apollonius...
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Rather than the Anti-Christ, I think the Emperor is more like a human rendition of Lucifer in the vein of Paradise Lost; someone who was once one of Jesus's most trusted associates who eventually turned on his teachings out of the assumption he could rule better than He. The Emperor's downfall comes from him falling short of the Messiah he spurned in leading his flock, and for his hubris he has been effectively turned into a daemon alongside his function to act as a beacon for the Astronomican.
Isaac Newton was not the gay. He was just really focused on coins.
Alan Turing?
Freddie Mercury?
Paradise Lost is fiction, but you have a point, which is why we expect the Lucifer to possess the human Antichrist and turn him into an ubermensch. The Devil has always wanted to be "like the Most High", so he must make humanity worship him, even if it's a physical human body. This explains how he'll be thrown into the Lake of Fire.
The movie clearly establishes that the Emperor was trapped in an ice cave from 1812 - 1968

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Some months ago I stoumbled on a picture of these guys under a post that said these are essentially an auxilia for the custodes or an equivalent of serfs.

Who are these people? And what /tg/ knows/think of them? Has someone homebrewed something? Kitbashed?
The 40k generals might know.

Tried, no one answered
I dunno ask /hhg/

Huh, good idea.
Until 'the plot' needs something they're guarding to break out or someone breaks in then they'll remain like exodites or normal marine chapter serfs. Around in the lore,100% canon but given 0 focus or attention. If they are what I think they are which is militant cusodes serfs so the Custodians have more than 10k bodies to throw at a problem and don't have to do every little job themselves. In this case being boring prison guards for all the utterly dangerous xenotech, archotech, living bio-magic experiments from 10k years ago, other unclassable things the Emperor dumped beneath the Palace and have been guarded ever since
Its kinda crazy how EVERY orginisation and institution has millions of unoffical members/serfs like this but none of them get any attention.

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>an entire generation of gamers believe in a made up past where rules-light systems and tons of DM fiat was how people played D&D, and they call it "old-school gaming".

How do we fix the damage caused by this document?
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Regardless of how many rules they wrote, both Arneson and Gygax were open about literally just ignoring rules and playing in a way that tosses whatever was written out the window. The only one who treats every rulebook as epistemology to be followed as doctrine for every procedure is a fucking rube.
So what? Why should I care how other people play make believe?
So are you complaining about the approaches advocated in this book or just the alleged ahistoricity?
I started playing RPGs in 1988 and while there were very complicated games and supplements available I never met anyone who actually played them properly. A lot of these products were sold, read once, deemed "too hard" and went to a shelf or a charity shop.
On a similar note: I never met anyone who played Fighting Fantasy books honestly, and Warhammer was popular principally because it was less annoying to play than the historical wargames it supplanted (also because space guys are cooler than Cromwell vs Charles).
If anything my principal memory of gaming back then would be "inelegant." There was no understanding of how or why things should be streamlined, and lots of cruft with table lookups and special exceptions and stupid dice all over the place. I vividly remember how shocked I was reading the WEG Star Wars rulebook because things just fucking worked and didn't need a ton of bullshit to remember. A homemade GM screen could explain most of the game. Glorious.
No you didn't.

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Welcome to the Old School Renaissance General, the thread dedicated to TSR-era D&D, derived systems, and compatible content.

Broadly, OSR games encourage a tonal and mechanical fidelity to Dungeons & Dragons as played in the game's first decade—less emphasis on linear adventures and overarching meta-plots and a greater emphasis on player agency.

If you are new to the OSR, welcome! Ask us whatever you're curious about: we'll be happy to help you get started.

>Troves, Resources, Blogs, etc:

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Somebody call Tim Kask. We've got a rules discrepancy.
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dragonsfoot posts seem to agree that haste causes shock, or at least that it was garys explicit intent because players were abusing the haste spell in his own campaign - the cause of every nerf in ad&d
The master at work
It would have been better to say that you suffer the effects of slow for an equal duration at the cessation of the haste spell. Less chance of outright dying from a 3rd level spell and not charging a mostly ignorable currency (age).

Gygax was a dick and he wrote shit rules.

Fite. ME.
Fine, thanks for researching it. Then I guess mine is a house rule.

Get a life, 2efag.
I skimmed a few rooms and this looks like good stuff man. Will read thoroughly later. What do you consider "lower-level" for the PCs?

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This thread is dedicated to all kinds of solo games.

Shark riders edition.

Resources: https://rentry.org/srpgg
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>Thread Question: Have your solo adventures taken you to strange and/or uncommon adventure locales?
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>neither soon after nor long after
maybe have no word at all? It just happened after dinner
A while after
That implies immediacy. Some time works, like >>92606837 says
in british english a phrase like "later that day/evening" would just mean not immediately after the prior event
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My Witch Hammer PC got blown up, but the city turned him into a cyborg thing. Parts of his new body are faulty, other parts act like the tentacles of Doc Ock in Spider-Man 2 and have a will of their own. The PC himself is at 0 HP/in a coma. The parts that can think gave total control to the cybernetic brain implant (PC lost 1/4 of his brain) and it's seeing the other 2 PCs as a threat to be eliminated.
Happy fun time murderous chase begins.

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Nightmare ends Edition

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>Key Downloads, FAQs and Errata
>Critical Ops
>Rules and Teams


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Didn't get Genestealers on gallowdark either.
Each Chaos God getting their own team able to mix mortals and demons.

Khorne's being a Hunting Party, Flesh Hounds and Traitor Guardsmen.

Slaanesh's being "Back-up Singers", Noise Cultists and Daemonettes.

Nurgle's going the Darktide route, Plague Bearers, Traitor Guard, Poxwalkers. Maybe some Plague Alchemists.

Tzeentch being Mortal Thrall Wizards, Horrors, and maybe Guardsmen in the style of Spireguard?
Holding out for a sisters of silence team. world eaters team would be cool too
If this is what it takes to get dark mech models on the tabletop I'm down.
I'd also be down for an expansion to the inquisition team range, but that's just me really liking the opportunity to do inq28 models for a game anyone within 50 miles of me plays.
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Gonna go with a super-snowflake team here because the game needs more Xenos representation, but a Slaugth team would be pretty good.
>Slaugth Overseer as the leader, 1-2 Slaugth infiltrators with 2-3 Slaugth Vassal Constructs for your weapon platforms and fill out the rest with human Agents
>Vassal Constructs are your bread and butter murder machines supported by the Agents
>Slaugth themselves go hard into the infiltration archtype and excels in sneaking and flanking, weapon inflicts high levels of mortal wounds when within 3" of the target during shooting
>team creates corpse tokens upon kills, Slaugth can "eat" these tokens to heal/buff themselves up
Basically a 3-unit elite team supported by more horde operatives, kinda like a shooty version of Gellerpox.

Why do people on here get upset if you decide certain things just work because it's cool or fun?

>despite guns existing a lot of people still use swords
>because it's cool

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this guy thinks people don't know they're playing a game lol
Yes and only people in the first group are correct.
lol I bet you get upset when vtubers break character
Bit harsh, but...yes desu.

Look, OP, sugar is nice, but you shouldn't bake a cake with just sugar. If your recipe starts and ends with "how much sucrose can I cram in", what you end up with is diabetes and sadness, not the tastiest thing ever.

Cool for Cool's Sake alone gets you an incoherent mess. It needs other flavors to contrast against, which means that you need to rub 2 braincells together and think about things beyond "yeah this looks hella sweet fuck my blood sugar level".
lol dumb autist

Since there's a new sonic rpg That just dropped. It got me wondering what other rpg's that are based on after school cartoons (and Y tv kids anime).
I was considering having the game be printed out from my nephew as a gift. So I was wondering what other Pre teen friendly RPG out there that is not 5E/dnd base.
Pic. It's okay, your standard Palladium stuff, but dated to 80~90s.
Even has a wikipedia page.
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Not a cartoon based on an RPG but the other way around. My first exposure to BattleTech was the cartoon, airing on YTV, no less.

YTV also ran a short-lived Heavy Gear Arena cartoon, but it was forgettable. Lots of stuff either was made to sell toys or became toys afterwards, but stuff that got made into an RPG was pretty limited.
Oh nearly forgot, apparently Cadillacs and Dinosaurs was an RPG back in the day? I've never seen it in the wild though.
/tg/ made a Gummi Bears rpg.

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Olm-men Edition

>What is this?
EXPEDITION is a ~1870s era, Jules Verne-inspired retro-futurist, underground blood soaked adventurescape.
It is a Skirmish wargame. Two players with their own expeditions, on a hexgrid map, fight each other for victory.
A campaign mode is planned, and currently in the works. (you) are encouraged to contribute.

3 versions of the rules exist, TWO of which have been playtested. The main one is 2e, to be found :
> https://app.mediafire.com/us7vnek39dc6k
as with maps, tokens and lore ressources.

>What can I do?
Shitpost, meme, get comfy. Read over the docs to settle in.

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Expedition anime when?
When someone sits down to write Satsuma
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Less developed factions could use something like voodoo-controlled Tyrannosaurus that they have found in the lush jungles of the 3rd layer. Also rare and expensive, good counterpart for the European tank - modern technology vs. prehistoric beast. It screams of pulp magazines and I'm all for it.
>Belgian Congo
Isn't a thing. Belgian Congo happened more or less because Leopold wanted it and it was established a couple of years past our latest estimated timeline date. He is fully comitted to his Agarthan colony and mercenary company here.
The Portuguese would actually be in the best position to grab the Congo estuary, and I think the map anon had the same idea.
>Industrial Ethiopia, perhaps
Straight uo industrial - no, gradually modernizng - certainly. Making good use of that Axum entrance traffic.
>Egypt under undead ottoman rule
Isn't a thing, Egypt is independent as per the current lore.
The most I can come up at the moment is that Liberia would be less threatened by the British and the French and could claim more territory.
Why do that? It's completely redundant and contradicts Leopold's lore. It's literally Paraguay Incident 2: African Boogaloo, including the establishment of an international organization for the containment of the wird and dangerous Hyperborean shit.

Also, speaking more to the thread as a whole. Pardon me if I sound a bit confrontational, but how many here actually read the damn doc?

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It looks great and I think it suits Vernian retro futuristic style. They are supposed to be expensive so just a couple of these guys should be a menace.

This is also a suggestion for a different approach in creating new units - we can look at some already existing models and think how could they fit in Agartha after convertion.
Basic infantry is easy to get - French, Germans and English from this period are all in plastic from Perry Miniatures, there are boxes for Franco-Prussian War, Zulu War and Brits in Afghanistan. Also Civil War models for Americans. I would love to see some of your WIPs in here in the future.

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The Most Fucked Up Setting Edition

Tell us about your horror settings, games, etc. Share inspirational art, prompts, etc.

>List of games:
Call of Cthulhu, Chill, Cold and Dark, Degenesis, Delta Green, Don't Rest Your Head, Dread, Esoterrorists/Fear Itself+Book of Unremitting Horror, Fall of Delta Green, GORE, Into The Shadows, KULT, Little Fears, Mothership RPG, Nemesis (free on Arc Dream's website), Nights Black Agents, Silent Legions (Mostly for the tables), Stalker: The SciFi RPG, Symbaroum, Ten Candles, Trail of Cthulhu, Unisystem (All Flesh Must Be Eaten, Witchcraft, Conspiracy X, etc.), Unknown Armies, The Whispering Vault, Vaesen

>Inspirational stuff:
Caitlin R Kiernan, Castlevania, Doom Watch, Fear & Hunger, George Romero, Ghostwatch, House of Leaves, I Am In Eskew, John Carpenter, Kolchak the Nightstalker, Laird Barron, John Langan, M.R. James, Nick Cutter, Old Gods of Appalachia, Quatermass, Ramsey Campbell, Remedy Series (Alan Wake, Control), SCP Foundation, Scarfolk Council, Shaun Hutson, Silent Hill, Stand Still Stay Silent, The Evil Dead, The Magnus Archives, The Secret World, The Stone Tapes, Anatomy, Thomas Ligotti, Twin Peaks, Vault of Evil forums, toomuchhorrorfiction

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Servants of Twilight, Darkfall, Eyes of the Dragon, Strangers, Watchers, and Shadowfires obviously have very strong DG themes and could be adapted to a game. It helps Koontz has a lot of his male protagonists be some form of elite military type.

Fear Nothing and Seize the Night are also good for this.
Good summaries. From my list
> Shadowfires
80s Elon Musk dies, but has injected himself with some formula that turns him into a monster slowly but surely. Laid back Force Recon commando and Musk's swarthy yet sexy ex wife have to stop them while staying ahead of an insane FBI agent.
>Eyes of the Dragon
Several people from multiple walks of life and one dog work together to stop a more immature version of Alzis.

>Servants of Twilight
A boy is targeted by a cult that declares him the Antichrist and stops at nothing to kill him.

A group of seemingly unrelated people begin having weird phenomenon occur to them, and turns out aliens are involved.

>Fear Nothing/Seize the Night
A man who can't be in the sunlight learns his sleepy town is ground zero for weird experiments that his mother was working on. Features intelligent evil monkeys and an intelligent dog.
>80s Elon Musk dies, but has injected himself with some formula that turns him into a monster slowly but surely.
Current Elon Musk would probably do the exact same, let's be honest.
Honestly yes. Also thinking deeper, Shadowfires was a pretty good cutout of a Conspiracy versus MAJESTIC operation, with Benny (Marine) as the DG stand in trying to destroy the technology and the FBI agent as the MAJESTIC operative trying to recover it.
To explain a little, the not-Elon Musk injected himself with a formula which gives him rapid regeneration in order to avoid death. However, it cannot properly heal the brain, so he becomes a crazed unkillable creature after he dies in a car accident and heals wrong.

I had this idea for a gun combat system that doesn’t have hit points instead it has injuries (broken bones, blood loss). What do you think of this idea? Is it dumb? How would you go about executing it?
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Delta green
Dunno. Honestly I'm not sure if I'm interested in a realistic gun combat system. As >>92592717 points out, sometimes people get shot once and they die and sometimes it barely allows them down. Delta green approximates within with the lethality rule (every gun has a percentage chance to instantly kill a person on hit and it scales up with bigger guns) but I don't think I want to play a game that attempts to realistically model it. That's just phoenix command, a game that despite doing things like modelling internal bullet ricochet off your ribcage still doesn't manage to find the space to model everything it wants to and grenade launcher shots can only whiff up or down and not side to side. I don't need realism, personally, just the illusion of authenticity.
>doesn’t have hit points instead it has injuries (broken bones, blood loss)
Cyberpunk 2020
>probably involves anyone who is hit with a bullet directly either being out of the fight entirely and needing immediate medical evac
Also Cyberpunk 2020
>favorite realistic gun combat systems
Cyberpunk 2020.
Not Red! Red has a hit point system and I really can't fathom why Mike decided to not just try to improve on perfection, but also straight flush perfection down the toilets to replace it with boring slop
One of my homebrew systems has something similar. Aim for torso, head or a limb, roll to hit (chance of hitting a part you didn't aim for). On a hit instead of rolling for "damage" you roll on a table for that bodypart which includes various bones muscles and organs that can get hit and what the effects are.
This sounds like a good idea. Making the crunch about tactical positioning rather than a slugfest.
Hmm, I'm sure there are games that do limb/wound damage in detail. RIFTS has a limb damage chart, but every gun in RIFTS is also a rocket launcher. Even SCP RPG has a damage chart for different damage type/anomaly. I don't know any game that specializes in such a highly detailed damage table, but I wouldn't be surprised if it exists.

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What was his deal?
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>Sanguinous doesn't count
Says who?
Nigger I know you're not trying to say those are in order.
Sorry Anon, but Russ is number one. For the simple fact that he and his legion were expected to be able to defeat any other legion if necessary. Given the fact Russ had done that at least twice, he meets the requirements of his function.
Died like a bitch, is not in the running.

If Russ is number one why hasn't he defeated the chaos legions one at a time? They're fragmented so it should be easy. Probably should have intervened in a number of notable defeats of the imperium too. Russ is the definition of a good soldier ... on paper.
That line is from Calliope's last monologue as he murders her. Which is why it's funny that people try to apologize for Pert's character when they literally spell it out for you in the most explicit possible terms.

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A thread for discussing the Star Wars franchise and its various media and tabletop games.

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Fantasy Flight Games’ X-Wing, Armada, and Legion

Star Wars Roleplaying Games (d6/d20/FFG)

Other FFG Star Wars tabletop (Imperial Assault, Destiny and the LCG)

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Thank you anon but I have to correct you that Jango Fett isn’t a psychopath. Perhaps a narcissist but not psychopath. Nor a sociopath either for that matter!
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Commander Luke Skywalker, saved him for last so I could get better at painting on the way. Pretty happy with him overall, boots a bit too green.
Oh, couldn't get rid of the mold lines either without fucking everything up. People say its normal for these old legion minis though.
I'm pretty sure I recall reading that the context for them being used was pretty much "oh fuck, oh shit, oh christ, oh jesus, these psycho bondage twats are murderfucking us and half the fleet is gone, quick what do we have that we can stick guns on that won't die instantly". It's not like these things were a core part of the NR fleet, the core part of the NR fleet had just already been BTFO and they were desperate for anything that could fly.

"Had a hard fight against an extra-galactic outside context problem enemy with superbiotech" is hardly as the original anon was suggesting evidence that the NR never had a modern military in the first place.
I wanna become a character artist too but I mostly draw just heads right now, how did you learn anatomy?

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