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One of my players thinks cyclops are cool and has asked me to include some in my campaign. I think they're stupid, but I like it when players do things by their own initiative, so I'm gonna do it, somehow.
I figure someone on /tg/ has to have opinions or mythological savvy when it comes to these things. Tell me, /tg/, what makes a cyclops anything but a sillier version of a giant?
Star Wars General: Gunslinger Edition
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Post about X-Wing, Armada, FFG's Star Wars RPGs (Edge of the Empire, Age of Rebellion and Force and Destiny), d6, d20 (Saga), movies, shows, books, comics, vidya, Lego, lore and everything else Star Wars related
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Fantasy Flight Games’ X-Wing and Star Wars: Armada Miniatures Games
Fantasy Flight Games’ Star Wars RPG System (EotE/AoR/FaD)
Other Fantasy Flight Games Star Wars Tabletop (Imperial Assault and the Star Wars LCG)
Fantasy Flight Games Dice App (Works with X-Wing, Armada, the Star Wars RPG system and Imperial Assault)
Older Star Wars Tabletop (Including d6 and d20/Saga)
Reference Materials & Miscellaneous Resources
All Canon Novels and Comics (via /co/)
Just What IS Canon Anyways?
So you want to watch The Clone Wars (But You Don't Want to Watch the Whole Series)
Tide of Ages Quest Pt.15
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Before the thread starts today, check this out! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7B3FB937EAFF781D Lots of interesting information for use in this thread
"Well..." Mesut considers it for a moment, then seems to have an idea. A smile spreads over his face as he nods, rubbing his chin. "Yes... Yes, this could actually work! Hah and with plants, it's not like you have to run after the things; you can just sit around and wait for them to grow." It's not quite that simple, but his acceptance seems a good sign. "Very well. I'll support your odd plan, but on one condition: My family will be the ones to tend to the harvest and portion out the seeds. Agreed?"
"Agreed!" That seems a small price to pay for the support of possibly the most influential man in the clan who's not over the hill. You shake on it and share meat for the rest of the evening, before heading home full of roast aurochs beef and hope for the future.
You wake the next day, to an unfamiliar smell. As you sit up, you find Beren grinning smuggly by the fire, with a stack of something round, white and a little bit burned next to her.
"I found something interesting," she purrs, clearly more pleased with herself that you've ever seen before. Sera, seeing you're awake, grabs the top circle and runs over to you, folding it over and holding it up.
"Da! Open wiiiide!" You warily oblige and she pushes the folded... Thing between your teeth. Its taste is unfamiliar... Savory, light and wholesome.
"What do you think?" Beren asks. "I mixed that flour with some water and of the fat from the last herd you slaughtered. I think it came out rather well, although it could maybe do with some kind of filling..."
Beren has discovered how to make unleavened bread; tortillas, in fact!
Ghost Master Quest Redux
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Mortals. The ever-necessary cog in the wheel that is the Spirit World. Mortals feed the Spirit World with Belief, which turns into Madness and Ectoplasm, the energy source for Spirits like you.
This is where you come in, Spectre, an agent of the Bureau of the Paranormal. Your job is to keep the mortals feeding the Spirit World, while also cleaning up the various supernatural messes that occur.
As a being of pure ectoplasm, you were never part of the Material World, and so you cannot manifest directly without using a tremendous amount of energy. Often times this would use more energy than it gained, which is bad for business.
This is why The Bureau of the Paranormal has assigned you Haunters, ghosts and entities more easily accessible to the Material Plane. Its your job to use these Haunters to gather belief while keeping certain mortals in the dark about your existence. It wouldn't do well to bring a horde of Ghost Busters or Psychic Mediums to hunt you and put you all in jars.
You currently have five Haunters at your disposal. Their dossiers can be found here:
And as always, what's a good haunting without proper music?
Welcome, Spectre, to Ghost Master Quest.
Chronicles of Darkness/World of Darkness General /WoDG/ /CofDG/
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The thread is dead. Long live the thread.
Given that the CofD core book is out, now, I think it's a good time to discuss the new Dread Powers system. What kinds of beasts have you made with it, so far?
>Changeling: The Dreaming 20th Anniversary Edition Kickstarter
>The Onyx Path Official Website
>Drive-Thru RPG, for all your legally-obtained book needs
>A Mega bin, for your less legally-obtained book needs
>The Chronicles of Darkness Core Book(Which isn't in the Mega link)
Song of Swords: I want them alive!
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Previously on song of Swords:
Cannibal Basque Elves
Monster Lore (Sounds like the loch-ness monster meets Nyarlathotep)
Fantasy Linguistics (Again)
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Song of Swords is a realistic fantasy tabletop RPG that draws inspiration from historical fechtbuchs, weapons and armor. Its combat system is fast and it can be used for both fantasy and historical/mundane settings.
Call of the Void is a pulpy sci-fi tabletop RPG about fighting space-nazis and hunting giant whales with harpoons made out of the moon. Its combat system is more modern, based in the early 20th century, but can probably handle combat up to the present day.
Here's a .rar archive with the newest version of the rules as well as all related current working documents. At this time the latest version is v1.9.9:
Here's Ballad of the Laser Whales' latest version: https://www.mediafire.com/?rtbjk51jnm2wv8a
Here's a wiki detailing SoS's fantasy setting, getting filled up bit by bit as Jimmy reveals more details:
There's also a roll20 room where new players are encouraged to try the rules, test new rules, and find game breaking issues: https://app.roll20.net/join/346755/hRKd4w
The room might be empty, but the people who teach the game still browse the thread frequently. If you're looking to learn, post here in the thread. We also play Guy Windsor's card game Audatia in the room.