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What games from other companys do you use and play?

Post by zephyrmev » Mon Oct 20, 2003 12:39 pm

What games from other companys do you use and play?First off Mr.Goodman and the rest of Goodman games.zepthymev. :)

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Post by Aeolius » Sat Oct 25, 2003 4:08 pm

In what appears to be serendipitous happenstance, "Boundless Blue" arrives in stores within a week of MEG's "The Deep", a d20 supplement for undersea D&D. I am hoping the two will compliment one another.

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Post by zephyrmev » Sat Oct 25, 2003 5:13 pm

I been seeing lots of posts cross refereing each other on E.N.World.Saying that they go great togeter.zephyrmev. :)

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Post by Mr. Author » Sun Oct 26, 2003 10:32 am

I use WotC's products every so often - Book of Exalted Deeds is pretty neat.

I also use Guardians of Order's BESM d20 - it has a great point-based system for building classes.
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Post by Mike_Ferguson » Wed Oct 29, 2003 5:41 pm

Having finally gotten some time to run (& write) roleplaying games again, I've started running a "Spelljammer"-themed d20 fantasy campaign, where the heroes travel between the Midnight and the Morningstar campaign settings. Both settings are awesome on their own (IMHO), but they work together extremely well, too.

Now, if only I had the $$$ to purchase the Spelljammer license and convert it to d20 .... :twisted:

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Post by iceberg » Wed Mar 17, 2004 10:47 am

I have been and will always be a Dragonlance fan. I can't get enough of it, regardless of who owns the license, I will buy the product. I am, however, always on the lookout for supplemental information/adventures to run in the DL environment such as this company's DCC's series.
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Re: What games from other companys do you use and play?

Post by goodmangames » Wed Mar 17, 2004 7:52 pm

zephyrmev wrote:What games from other companys do you use and play?First off Mr.Goodman and the rest of Goodman games.zepthymev. :)
I just realized I somehow never even responded to this thread! What games from other companies do I use and play? For D&D/d20 I mostly make up my own stuff, but my big gaming obsession outside of D&D is Risk 2210 AD. I'm in a local league and I've been addicted to the game for over a year now. In addition to that I like Settlers of Catan (of course), a lot of the Out of the Box card games (fast, quick fun), and Tekken 4 on my PS2. Oh, and Uno, which is the only game I can get my wife to play with me on a regular basis, believe it or not. :)
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Re: What games from other companys do you use and play?

Post by RI2 » Thu Mar 18, 2004 5:10 pm

zephyrmev wrote:What games from other companys do you use and play?First off Mr.Goodman and the rest of Goodman games.zepthymev. :)
For role playing: A BESM set in a fantasy setting, Silver Age Sentinels, Call of Cthulhu and a d20 campaign.

Other games include Blood Bowl (in a League) and a ton of board games and boxed wargames (Advanced Squad Leader, Axis & Allis). My wife likes games and we tend to play board games she likes. As far as card games, I wish to stay mum on that subject. :lol:

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