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adambeyoncelowe
adambeyoncelowe
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  • Wait, which bits are true? All of them? Some of them? Because it was a long OP....
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  • This is neat. If you ever do one for V20 (which in some ways, should be easier), let me know. I'm more likely to need NPCs for that, but I can convert from V5 with a little work....
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  • Them were the days! We are lucky to have two FLGS here in Manchester, but it's still hard to get the stuff I like....
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  • Thank you!‚Äč I have loads of notes at this point; I've just been tied up with PhD stuff. If I can, I'll get some more of my ideas written up this year.


    I think earlier editions of Mummy did play around with losing traits, and it was okay in theory. It's a bit more acceptable if you start off at godlike levels anyway, and if you may (re)gain some powers/abilities you didn't have last time.

    Advancement then becomes about something else, other than raising stats, since you'll always be capable but your capabilities may vary between stories. So you may lose Animal...
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    Last edited by adambeyoncelowe; 02-02-2023, 06:38 AM. Reason: Small typo fixed

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  • I basically drafted a really long post covering a lot of the same ground, then my phone's "digital wellbeing tools" kicked me out of Brave for being online too long, and the website didn't save my text. Damn it!

    But as you've ninja'd me now, I'll just say I agree with these ideas. I will say why I think WTO focused on all the dark urban fantasy stuff, though.

    As you suggest, there were always (at least) two broad playstyles for Wraith: one was the ghost stories thing, and the other was the dark urban fantasy sandbox, which is also what VTM and CTD often defaulted...
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    Last edited by adambeyoncelowe; 02-01-2023, 12:35 PM.

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  • TBH, I'd expect a Shadowrun TV series or film before another Vampire one. They're on their sixth edition and are still ticking along at a fast pace, so there's obviously still an audience buying things.

    Warhammer would be another one. Games Workshop is always in the financial news for its big bucks. Here in the UK, which is GW's home turf, Warhammer, as a brand, would probably be more instantly recognisable than D&D -- even if the RPG might be less popular.

    That's because every city and moderately large town had a Games Workshop store with models in the window until...
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