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How many useful things you can extract from a body?

I have thought:

>blood (thirsty)
>meat (hunger)
>fat (warmth)
>bones (weapons and armor)
>leather (weapons and armor)

Also the world is visceral (flesh world), is it possible to make a fire with solid fat and some bones?
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Android: Netrunner General - /anrg/

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>The last regular-play TD cards spoiled

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I'm sick of magic systems. I hate how every spell has a discrete effect, and you have to read through a big long list of bullshit to pick out a couple spells, and how fucking obtuse most magic systems are in general.


Yeah yeah, give it a rest. Fact is most systems are that way, D&D or not. The whole point of a tabletop game is that you have a human to adjudicate results for you. If I wanted inflexible spell lists then I'd play motherfucking Skyrim

So hit me /tg/. Gimme the best, nonstandard, most nontraditional, off the wall improvisational magic systems you've got lying around.
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Let's build a Weird Small Town

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I figure there's them worldbuilding threads for wacky fantasy or scifi settings, we could take a crack at making ourselves a spin on a Twin Peaks, or Silent Hill, or Millbury.

Who are the people? What are the places? Where is the town? Is there a dark secret?

Should dubs decide? Or should it be more democratic?

I'll start.
Madame Murneau runs a wax museum, its full of replicas of important townsfolk throughout history, too bad times have been tough, and the air conditioning has been on the fritz lately.
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Anybody else think that katanas are a little underpowered?
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The main difference between tabletop RPG's and film and movies is the ability to see things that the main character can't. The audience gets a third person view to the scenes happening elsewhere. The most important of these is the "What is the bad guy doing right now?" scenes. These are very important to making the bad guy feel like a real villain and truly ominous. Audiences love to hate and it's one of the more entertaining parts of film. For instance take the Joker scene where he slams a pencil into a mobster's face.

But these types of scenes don't translate to tabletop very well since they are usually short lived and happen away from the PC's. I've been trying for a year to come up with a way of producing these scenes in tabletop form. My most recent attempt was writing up small short stories about side scenes that the antagonist is present for. These usually ended up being around 2000 words or so and I would send them to my players to read before the sessions. One bad thing about this is it was basically required reading just to play the sessions, as the stories that lay therein were typically a lead up to the session that was happening that week. Another con of it was that I'm not necessarily a good writer when it comes to describing things on paper. I'm a good actor and a good improviser, but not a good writer in particular.

What do you do /tg/? How do I incorporate backstory for the antagonist and have him included in the story without having him SHOW UP in person? I can only do the "oh he was just here, he fucked everything up and I'll explain it to you in detail!" routine so many times. Having a direct scene that the players could interact with would be the best, but that would mean the players would have to be the bad guy's underlings or some sort of Elite 4 that the protagonists would have to end up fighting eventually. Unless they changed sides, but I can't keep doing that every campaign.
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Have your ever taken inspiration from speculative zoology when making a race?
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Why aren't we talking about this?

"Modiphius Entertainment, publisher of the Star Trek Adventures, Achtung! Cthulhu, Mutant Chronicles, Conan, Infinity and John Carter of Mars roleplaying games, is thrilled to announce today that Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, the first tabletop miniatures game based on the Fallout universe, is currently in development and is set to release November 2017.

In Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, players will build their own crew from a wide range of factions, allies and iconic characters from the Fallout series, and play in apocalyptic games of 3 - 30 high quality 32mm scale resin miniatures through a huge variety of iconic scenery and settlement buildings, from the Red Rocket to Sanctuary Hills, Nuka- Cola vending machines and wrecked vehicles. Settlements will include buildings, defenses and resources that impact the crew’s army list and abilities in the wasteland."
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What am I in for, /tg/?
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/epg/ - Eclipse Phase General

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Second Edition Edition

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