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I would go for 2nd column, 4th row. Black and white will be easier to fit in any design you use in the future. Not sure about using the words over the suns, but below.
I am considering updating the Twin Suns Entertainment logo this year. We are currently working on a number of offerings and I think a new logo might fit with our product line and vision, but I am very supportive of the wisdom...
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Cazador is the right translation. Yep, in spanish "cazado"is hunted, but "casado" is married. Very tricky difference, unless your GF is "hunting" you... :P

A couple of notes and my humble impression.

Where it says "Only certain individuals are chosen to become Guerrero", from a spanish speaking person who also speak english (Bad and little :P) the pural, "guerreros", sounds more natural. Same in "All Guerrero start". -I do not know the rules for foreign words in english so i might be wrong with plurals, but just my point of view.

The description of the expertise fields use the "you" after using "they" (A paragraph above). It is not a big deal but changes the way the book talk to the reader from spectator to protagonist too sudden to my feeling.

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I like the setting.
I like the idea of all players being able to play as characters.
I think i got the idea of the system, but got the impression some examples could make a great difference.

One question. Is the Titan behavior going be totally random? (i read the tables a little but a better understanding migth need more time). Is there a plan for some kind of intelligence level to be included in design? I know it is not easy, but even a minor stuff would be really awesome.

I am willing to read more in the future, it is interesting. cheers!
 
A game where teams of fragile pilots use giant humanoid weapon platforms to fight against abominations from beyond the outer orbits of the solar system. No dice, no numbers (maybe minimal use of numbers would be better), psyc...
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Some more good grammatical advice. I wasn't sure about the best way to make 'guerrero' a plural form...I was thinking that I would add an 's' to the end, that won't be hard.

The aim of the game was to create something that doesn't need a GM at all...everyone gets to play. The actions of the Titans were a process that I thought long and hard about. I wasn't sure if I should make the actions completely random or create some kind of artificial intelligence flowchart to guide the titan. I'm playing with an option somewhere between these extremes, based on current range to the creature, random token draw, and some modifiers depending on how injured the creature is.

I'm still not 100% happy with this, but it feels like there is potential here. A few play tests should show me the right way to develop the game in future drafts.

I'll be working on a single sheet that provides action examples and a few ways to incorporate storytelling into the conflict more elegantly.

Thanks for the feedback.
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Gran juego.

El ingeniero es demasiado poderoso, pero ideal para desbloquear. Hasta ahora el que mas divertido me parece es el bandido.
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Luego de un buen tiempo sin dibujar, algo hemos hecho.
Ahora a escribir que de ahi viene el dinero (algo) :P
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Esbozos. Un dia volvere a pasar a tinta los dibujos.
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Most religious persons are, and i hope i am, rational persons. Even when considering the posibility of a spiritual experience i can tell who is crazy in a very long range of religion statements. (The tricky question is who is not, but that's another matter).

There is some forms of telling what is insanity, there is psiquiatry, but also you can see it looking for several aspects related to behavior. The same happens with love. Love is not per se madness, but it is not uncommon to see people who put love in to such dimension.

Religion is an easy hotspot for crazy people like the one you mention, it provides the source of authority they need to back up their anger and frustration. Now, i can tell there is some other form of fanatism very secular too.

I really don't think intelligent life in other planets would change my current point of view of the universe. I am counting with it. If there is a place for a group of religious persons who are not dumb to think of aliens being angels or demons, put me there. In anycase, from a more objetive point of view, abstraction is always the key to adaptation in any system of ideas.

Now, i would expect:

-The concept of human race grown (just because identity is build based in an other).

-The need for a human citizenship

-New form of racism (well specie related).

-A lot of new concepts, a lot of unique words and ways to think that might be strange to us.

Did some edit for bad english and some ideas. An interesting topic :)
Warning...this is going to ramble a bit... What is sanity? What is insanity? If we hide behind a wall of "faith" are we still sane? Is this a method of legitimising insanity, in such a way that it becomes socially acceptable ...
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I like the idea of plating explosives when it was a rescue mission. And explosions, explosions!!

All in all that movie is a lot of laughs and fun :)
The second is even crazier.
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De lo poco que dibuje en 2013.
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