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 Post subject: We need to be able to buy a DCC based on an ancient culture.
PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2004 1:46 pm 
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Like Egyptian, Babylonian, Hittite, Assyrian, etc.

We have several quality adventures for d20 on the market that could use a rockin'-cool boost in the arm with a vicious dungeon crawl side quest.


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Good idea. We have an Egyptian one in the works. I'll keep the others in mind, too.

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Two current "source books" DCC's could draw from, if permission were given, could be Necropolis and Ancient Kingdoms: Mesopotamia. Both of these are from Necromancer Games.

Lots of potential! Of course, I am an Ancient History major and I may be a wee bit biased....


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heh

tell me about it, I'm an archaeology major specializing in roman settlement/economic patterns. Lets just say that in my campaigns, it isn't unusual to see dwarven legions stomping around, building marching camps and making a nuisance of themselves.

*grin*

I'd definitely be interested in seeing settings modeled on or displaying aspects of ancient civilizations. Though, sourcebooks specifically about actual ancient civs seem a little silly to me. For the most part, they wouldn't make for good adventuring and there's tons of information out there anyhow.


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Have you seen either of the two I mentioned? The adventures are really grand in my opinion. Necropolis is going to be the end of a campaign for the PCs I'm DMing. I want to have several side quests to break up this long adventure and DCC would do fine.

I agree that a "source book" w/o the focus being the adventure would be silly.


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Anybody out there interested in a Hindu/old India DCC?


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I'd be if the premise is PCs from a traditional European setting venture there.


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 Post subject: Re: We need to be able to buy a DCC based on an ancient cult
PostPosted: Sun Sep 25, 2005 6:32 pm 
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JediOre wrote:
Like Egyptian, Babylonian, Hittite, Assyrian, etc.

We have several quality adventures for d20 on the market that could use a rockin'-cool boost in the arm with a vicious dungeon crawl side quest.


Ask and ye shall receive!

http://www.goodman-games.com/5022preview.php

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Yippee!


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hey what about this one:

http://www.goodman-games.com/5031preview.php

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Isn't it swell to have such a company producing modules!


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Anybody out there interested in a Hindu/old India DCC?


In a word: YES!

I always try to work some India into my campaigns...in one I had the monastic orders set up that way, in another there's a Raj that's the token "rival foreign power" element to the game.

If I'm not mistaken, aren't you the guy who did Complete Guide to Rakshasa?
Strong book, by the way.

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You're not mistaken -- the CG to Rakshasas was one of my favorite things to write. It's nice to hear that someone got some use out of it.

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