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Troy
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Geek. Nerd. Weirdo. Trekkie. Soldier. Paratrooper. I'm all of those and a bit more.
Geek. Nerd. Weirdo. Trekkie. Soldier. Paratrooper. I'm all of those and a bit more.

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Michael Pace and +Jay Hassan both delivered packages that would have survived my old postman, and his tendency to mangle things.

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Always loved my ToTL box. Need to get another so I don't feel bad cutting up one.

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Was reading a Nat Geo at breakfast this morning and saw this: hallucinogenic honey. If that doesn't scream RPG adventure hook or potion ingredient, nothing does.
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ISO Champions Complete, possibly sourcebooks as well if the price isn't too. As.

So, I'll be no where near a game store for Free RPG Day (I'm on my 2 week training run with the Guard). Would someone be willing to pick up a Metamorphosis Alpha Chest for me?

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Just visited the Robert E Howard Home in Cross Plains, TX today. It's a cool little place to visit if you have the time. The second weekend in June is Robert Howard Days here, so their getting ready for that. Ms. Arlene from Project Pride (local historical society) was a wonderful tour guide.
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Got a well wrapped Vorheim from +Jay Hassan.

Anyone have a moderately price copy of King Arthur Pendragon 5.1 or Champions 6th?

Curious if anyone knows of or has a system neutral set of rules (charts/guidelines/etc) for resource management in a hexcrawl?

For example, if I drop the PCs off on a coastal hex, that is moderately wooded, it would tell how much lumber they got for clearing some of it through all of it. Also how much to build various buildings, farms, etc as well. Something with abstract numbers is what I'm looking for to keep the focus on hexcrawling.

Focus of the game I'm noodling on is PCs are explorers on a new continent, and support from back home is going to be practically nil, so finding the resources locally so colonists can build the infrastructure there is going to be on them. Think John Smith to Jamestown in the Virginia colony.
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