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The Temple of Issoth by Dan Hembree [T&T Solo Adventure], also still flipping through the 1st Deities & Demi-gods mining it for some ideas.

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Just started reading Another Fine Mess, a Starsiege adventure.
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Just started reading the Castle Keeper's Guide :D :D :D
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Breakdaddy wrote:Just started reading the Castle Keeper's Guide :D :D :D
I don't think I will be allowed to post what I have to say to you right now. ;)
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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Treebore wrote:
Breakdaddy wrote:Just started reading the Castle Keeper's Guide :D :D :D
I don't think I will be allowed to post what I have to say to you right now. ;)
:lol: :P
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Breakdaddy wrote:Just started reading the Castle Keeper's Guide :D :D :D
Nice bro, I hope to be doing same . . real soon!! :ugeek:
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Rhuvein wrote:
Breakdaddy wrote:Just started reading the Castle Keeper's Guide :D :D :D
Nice bro, I hope to be doing same . . real soon!! :ugeek:
:mrgreen:
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Reading City of Strangers and The Godsmouth Heresy - both from Pathfinder - gearing up for a campaign in Kaer Maga, the City of Strangers.
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Digest-Sized CASTLE KEEPERS GUIDE!!!

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Coleston the Cavalier wrote:Digest-Sized CASTLE KEEPERS GUIDE!!!
Hey John.

I hope you can make it to GaryCON!!

Head up I55 to Joliet and I'll take it from there!!

Anyway, how FAT is that CKG in the digest size. Must be HUGE, no?

:D
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Breakdaddy wrote:Just started reading the Castle Keeper's Guide :D :D :D
I hate you right now :)

By the Gods, I want a copy!

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LordSeurek wrote:
Breakdaddy wrote:Just started reading the Castle Keeper's Guide :D :D :D
I hate you right now :)

By the Gods, I want a copy!
:o :shock: :D
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Rhuvein wrote:Just got StarSiege in the mail . . skimming through it ~ VERY IMPRESSED!

So much so, that I'm now reading all the threads in the Siege forums!
Just finished Another Fine Mess, the Starsiege module.

Very cool and interesting intro adventure for Starsiege. I like it a lot and it's very customizable!

:P
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Mutant Future, the latest RADIOACTIVE SUPED-UP EDITION from Goblinoid Games.

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Rhuvein wrote:
Coleston the Cavalier wrote:Digest-Sized CASTLE KEEPERS GUIDE!!!
Hey John.

I hope you can make it to GaryCON!!

Head up I55 to Joliet and I'll take it from there!!

Anyway, how FAT is that CKG in the digest size. Must be HUGE, no?

:D
I'm planning on it, I just have to make sure I do not have any Church events that would keep me at home.

The Digest CKG is exactly identical to the full-sized CKG - just in digest size. :)

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Still plowing my way through the Shadowrun 20th Anniversary book (4th edition).
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I am reading....

the Castle Keeper's Guide

& S3 Malady of Kings

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Coleston the Cavalier wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:
Coleston the Cavalier wrote:Digest-Sized CASTLE KEEPERS GUIDE!!!
Hey John.

I hope you can make it to GaryCON!!

Head up I55 to Joliet and I'll take it from there!!

Anyway, how FAT is that CKG in the digest size. Must be HUGE, no?

:D
I'm planning on it, I just have to make sure I do not have any Church events that would keep me at home.

The Digest CKG is exactly identical to the full-sized CKG - just in digest size. :)
For anyone who is coming to GaryCon, I am running a late night C&C game Friday nite at midnight, and another C&C game Sunday morning at 10ish (the 2nd one is titled "Where Unklar still reigns" and is set in Ivangorod in the kingdom of Punj)
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I don't have them right now, but I did order them. Thanks to a promotional offer received, I bought some stuff from Paizo, which I would not normally do as I have no (or little) interest, but when you can get certain things at 90% off and then a 20% off that.... well, yeah, that makes it worthwhile. Mostly d20 stuff I did not have...

Testament

Hamanuaptra

Etherscope

that sort of thing. Maybe it'll be a fun read.

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I like Testament and Hamanuaptra. For that price, they are well worth the cost.

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Flipping through the following most joyous Christmas Gifts:

The Savage World of Solomon Kane (For Savage Worlds)
Travellers Tales (For Savage Worlds)
The Savage Foes of Solomon Kane (again for Savage Worlds)
The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane by Robert E. Howard (yeah it's the novel/compilation)
Solomon Kane's Death's Black Rider (Graphic Novel by Dark Horse Books)

Lure of the Expanse (For Rogue Trader)
Edge of the Abyss (for Rogue Trader)

H1 - Keep on the Shadowfell (print edition)
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I still need to reread all the stuff about illusionists and illusions in the C&C PHB. Damn you, Nate! ;)

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Pathfinder - Core Rulebook (and online SRD)
Pathfinder - Game Mastery Guide (awesome fluff)
D&D Essentials (random stuff)
OSRIC (a little)

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Rhuvein wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:Just got StarSiege in the mail . . skimming through it ~ VERY IMPRESSED!

So much so, that I'm now reading all the threads in the Siege forums!
Just finished Another Fine Mess, the Starsiege module.

Very cool and interesting intro adventure for Starsiege. I like it a lot and it's very customizable!

:P
Still enjoying all things that are Starsieged!!

Reading Crusader 14 article, To the Stars by Josh . . re: Converting your C&C characters to Starsiege!!

:D
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Got in the Digest Sized Books from the Trolls 12 days of Christmas sale a few days ago, but had been out of town. So now I'm delving into them all, well really just the Castle Keepers Guide. Love what's in it so far. Lot's of good stuff.

Also got in Crusader #24.

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Crusader 24! :mrgreen:
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Currently re-reading Gary & Jeff Perren's Chainmail.

Really an excellent book, IMO. Lots of great ideas and insights into D&D. Excellent info for C&C's Fields of Battle as well. But, the section I'm now concentrating on, is the jousting rules. Gonna be some fantastic jousting events put on by Paul Stormberg at GaryCON, can't wait to participate.

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I'm paging through the 25 page CKG preview and am getting very goosebumplely!! This book is gonna rock the house!!

No, it's gonna blow the flippin' top off the Castle!!

Keepers are gonna love this tome!!

Gonna go now and stop saying gonna!

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Slowly going through the Codex of Erde simply because its been a long time since I read it (almost a decade) and the new Castle Keeper is seemingly going to put the game there and I wanted to know where my dwarf wrestler may have originated.

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The CKG, bitches!

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