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Mark Chance
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Attended University of St. Thomas
Lives in Houston, Texas
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Taking a stab at a character class for TBH.
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Looks good!
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Four fiends crawl forth for The Black Hack.
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Question That Might Have Been Answered Elsewhere: The distance chart atop page 23 of the PDF rules? Are the labels Nearby and Close transposed? :)
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Yes. Doh. That single table has been nothing but a nightmare since the first printing. I suspect is might be cursed.
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Another hero for Amazing Adventures.
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A new magic item for your game's good Samaritans.
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Retooling the history of a legendary boxer to create an Amazing Adventures character.
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I do that as well. For example, I am currently playing in a spy based Gear Kreig game, and my character is based upon a combination of Mata Hari and Julia Childs. Yes, Julia was a spy in WW2. I am trying to NOT get executed as quickly as Mata Hari did. So far, so good.
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It's X-Mas in July, and the rongykorongs are barking mad.
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More horrors for The Cthulhu Hack.
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Other than a computer, what hardware does one need to participate?
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Thanks, everyone. :)
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The Bard for Swords & Wizardry is now available for $0.99 at DriveThruRPG.
The Bard - Untold wonders and secrets exist for those skillful enough to discover them. Through cleverness, talent, and magic, thes
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I'm a little allergic to Bards, but I really liked your Magus class and will give this a look.
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Wind Walker

Hit Dice: 6+3
Armor Class: 7 [12] (3 [16] against missile weapons)
Attacks: Wind force (see below)
Saving Throw: 11
Special: Made of wind (see below)
Move: 15/30 (flying)
Alignment: Neutrality
Challenge Level/XP: 10/1,400

Wind walkers are elemental creatures made entirely of moving air. On the Material Plane, they lair in caves atop windswept mountains. While effectively invisible, a wind walker is never silent. The approach of these monsters can be heard up to 300 feet away depending on terrain and the number of wind walkers present. Wind walkers attack with the force of the wind. A single wind walker inflicts 3d6 points of damage against exposed targets in a 10-foot radius every 10 rounds. Each additional wind walker reduces the time to damage by 1 round and increases the radius by 5 feet. Thus, 11 wind walkers inflict 3d6 points of damage against exposed targets in a 60-foot radius once per round. This attack does not require a to-hit roll.

Being composed entirely of moving air, wind walkers are difficult to harm. They can struck only by magic weapons, but missile weapons are less effective than melee weapons due to turbulence. Powerful spells can control weather or the wind affect wind walkers as a Death Spell. A Slow spell inflicts 6d6 points of damage against wind walkers, whereas Haste causes 3d6 points of damage but also doubles the damage inflicted by the wind walkers. Barriers, natural or magical, affect wind walkers in the same way those barriers would affect the wind. Wind walkers are immune to other magical effects.
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Later today, our twice- monthly FAE game continues with the heroes taking action against a gang of biker/collaborators who have taken over a high school to use as a base of operations for their exchanges of human prisoners for alien tech. It seems likely that some of this alien tech will fall into hero hands.

How should I handle the alien tech once the heroes have it?
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What they said!

Me, I'd probably play it quick and say: It has a Use. It has a Flaw. These are its aspects. You want to keep it and make it yours, give me your Refresh and you can have it as a Stunt.
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  • University of St. Thomas
    history, 1993 - 1996
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Pater Maximus
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Smarter than your average bear!
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“The poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese." -- G. K. Chesterton
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I not only saw Bigfoot, but also slapped the furry beast for looking at me funny.
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    Special Education Teacher
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