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- Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:17 pm
- Forum: DCC RPG Third Party Publishers
- Topic: Purple Sorcerer Games
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I don't own Ooze Pits yet, but I was proposing an Adventurers' Guild campaign in Burning Wheel at the time I got Sunken City, and I replaced the guild with the Soiled Dove wholesale. I think that's one of the coolest, most flavorful things I've ever read in an RPG.
If you want to talk "classic" weapons--all those you listed didn't exist in early editions of D&D. The weapons in DCC are very much reminiscent of those early editions.
For ability checks that aren't limited to a specific individual, such as the DC 12 Intelligence check to notice scorch marks in the Portal Under the Stars adventure, do you let every character make a check? It seems a little useless to me--what are the odds that 15-20 characters are likely to fail t...
It's not about the strength or even nature of the entity, it's about the relationship. Having a patron is like being in a business relationship. You may be a junior partner--you may even be their protegee. Heck, there might even be a certain level of affection. But in the end, it's a business relati...
Nothing says that the patron needs to be hard-nosed, either. A lot of fiction has characters serving deities who slap their foreheads and say "what did you do now ?" Jig Dragonslayer is a great example of a character not cut out to be wielding the powers he wields and has to be regularly bailed out ...