Nechronica: For even in death we still yearn for salvation
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What is Nechronica? It's a Japanese RPG where the players are undead little girls in a world that somehow went to hell. To help them survive, they have either guns, cybernetic enhancements, or horrendous mutations. They also have the emotion bonds with their sisters, the other player characters, which will be strained to the point where self-mutilation and other such things become common.
Instead of health points, characters get parts blown off their body in combat, gradually wearing them down till they're a leg, or a gun or just a mouth. Combined with a timing system that makes heavy use of counter play, it offers a unique combat system that would be hard to replicate in other settings.
>The Wiki which was updated some in December and dies on occasion
Star Wars: Fortune Hunter Quest #19
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RECAP CRAWL: http://brorlandi.github.io/StarWarsIntroCreator/#!/K8euUgkSzr7QPXYS0sH
PASTEBIN ANON’S PASTEBIN: http://pastebin.com/tDp7LrNM
The Lion’s Share exits hyperspace. And in your sights now was the sparkling ball of beauty that is Naboo. Surrounding it is an intense security cordon of Star Destroyers and smaller cruisers. You even spot an Interdictor as well amongst the fleet. You, Misri, Kuvasz, and Vikker sit in the cockpit, and watch as a pair of TIE Fighters immediately swoop in on your flanks. Standard procedure. On your comms, a very bored sounding Imperial Officer contacts you. “Unidentified ship. This is the ISD Conquest, state your business.”
“This is Rhys Cykgil,” you declare. “And this ship is the Lion’s Share. I am visiting Naboo on Imperial business authorized by Admiral Daas Reike. It is of the upmost importance I land safely.”
“Please transmit your clearance codes, Captain Cykgil.” Huh. Nobody’s ever called you Captain lately. Feels nice. You start transmitting the clearance codes to him. It’ll take a few minutes to process, and in that time you decide to explain the situation to your crew. “Right guys. Listen, I’m not… specifically allowed back on Naboo you know.”
“They seem to like you just fine,” says Kuvasz.
“Yeah, the Empire doesn’t own Naboo, the people do,” you say. “And they don’t like me very much. Listen, you guys just stay on the ship, don’t cause a lot of trouble, let me handle things. I’ll take R5 with me.” You smile at R5 as he manages your navigations. “It’ll be like old times, R5.”
“Oh. Good. I really missed those times,” he says loudly and sarcastically. You roll your eyes.
“Are you sure you don’t need us?” asks Misri.
“… I didn’t say that in so many words, just keep the ship ready in case I need to beat a hasty retreat,” you say. “And I probably will need to beat a hasty retreat.”
Witch Apprentice Quest #11
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"You know what they say about curiosity and cats, don't you?"
I don't turn to meet the voice as it playfully mocks me. It's a girl's voice, definitely, and young, but it doesn't belong to anyone I know. Not anyone that's important to me. Not anyone whose voice I want to hear.
"Amalia! Say something!"
She doesn't speak. She doesn't move. Amalia is...
"She's not dead, stupid." The voice continues to mock me. Hasn't she done enough with her cruel...
What did she say?
"You can clearly see her breathing, even from here. So quit getting so worked up over nothing, would you?"
"Amalia isn't nothing!" I rudely snap back without thinking. How dares she? She's making me so angry! She's making me want to... to hurt her! A lot!
I watch her feet as she casually walk past me. Her dirty boots bang thump against the floor, the layer of discarded books crunching weakly under her weight. Her lower legs are bare. Exposed. Vulnerable. I feel something, something that's more than anger. Something I've never felt before. An urge, rising in my chest. An urge to...
But good girls don't do that. And I'm a good girl, unlike her.
"By the way," she continues casually, "you might want to move before the ward-"
MTG /edhg/ EDH Commander General
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Oh, look at the edition.
>Official Site: Contains deck building rules and the current ban list.
>Deck List Site: You can search for decks that other people have made. Authors often have comments that explain their deck’s strategy and card choices.
>Another resource for commander discussion; they have an entire forum dedicated to discussing decks. People often make primers, which go into detail about how they built and play their deck.
>Statistically see what everyone else puts in their commander decks based on what is posted to the internet.
>Find out what lands you can add to your deck, sorted by category, based on a chosen Commander’s color identity.
>Official search site. Current for all sets but has a terrible UI.
>Unofficial, but has GOAT search interface.
Is this the hero non blue needs?
/cofd/&/wodg/ Chronicles of Darkness and World of Darkness General
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Let's talk inspiration. What are some good shows (movies, books, vidya) that can provide ideas for a chronicle?
Gravity Falls (Innocents)
From Dusk Til Dawn the Series (Mortals, Vampire)
Person of Interest (Demon)
Dresden Files (Mage, Hunter)
The Magicians (Mage)
The Strain (Hunter)
Teen Wolf (Werewolf, Hunter)
Grimm (Hunter, Changeling, Beast)
Scooby Doo: Mysteries Incorporated (Hunter)
Hemlock Grove (Various)
Haven (Hunter, Mortal, anything)
X-Files (Hunter) (I'm sticking with recent, but it's just premiered it's sequel miniseries)
Exalted General /exg/ Looking Forwards Edition
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>What is Exalted?
An epic high-flying role-playing game about reborn god-heroes in a world that turned on them.
Start here: http://theonyxpath.com/category/worlds/exalted/
>That sounds cool, how can I get into it?
Read the 3e core book (link below). For mechanics of the old edition, play this tutorial: http://jyenicolson.net/exalted/. It'll get you familiar with most of the mechanics.
>Gosh that was fun. How do I find a group?
Roll20 and the Game Finder General here on /tg/. With the new edition, though, chances are more games will crop up.
Resources for Third Edition
>3E Backer Core https://mega.nz/#!E1dRBBIa!ZbQG4IasYCJRli2bhgE2MOdWeFAeV3N1rqL9kAIGbNE
>Character Sheet & Init tracker: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByD2BL6J89Nick41YUk0RUt3YlU
>General Homebrew dumping folder: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByD2BL6J89NiQzdCWWFaY0c5Mkk&usp=sharing
>Collection of old 3e Materials, including comics and fiction anthologies https://www.mediafire.com/folder/t2arqtqtyyt28/Exalted_3Leak
>Solar Charms: https://imgur.com/a/q6Vbc
>Martial Arts: https://imgur.com/a/mnQDe
Resources for 2.5 Edition:
>All books with embedded errata notes, as well as some extras: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/253ulzik1j9s5/Exalted
>Chargen software: http://anathema.github.io/
>Anathema homebrew charm files: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/pka3nz3vqbqda/Anathema_Files
>MA form weapon guide: http://www.brilliantdisaster.net/dif/ExaltedMA.html
Resources for 1e:
I'm running a West campaign and am hereby shamelessly soliciting you for plot hooks. Go! (Please avoid established locations.)