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REHowardfanatic wrote:How about an 80 page supplement called Engineering Minutiae featuring tons of random rolled tables covering things like d20 Table of What's for Dinner, 2d12 Table of What Deity the Stain on Your Shirt Resembles, or (if we follow the WOTC mentality) the d100 Table of Character Gender?
That would be easy.

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seskis281 wrote:And lots more modules, especially in the "compact, can run in one or two shots" kind of format.

:)
Definitely. The last thing I need these days is another megadungeon.
Yeah - we definitely don't need any more of those.

This is why I like A0 so much - it is quick and easy, with enough detail to make the NPCs memorable and enough hooks to carry it further if you want. Or, you could simple run through Baleon Nakt and have a great time. And Baleon Nakt is straightforward enough to be alterable for your own preferences and players.
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DMSamuel wrote:
Buttmonkey wrote:
seskis281 wrote:And lots more modules, especially in the "compact, can run in one or two shots" kind of format.

:)
Definitely. The last thing I need these days is another megadungeon.
Yeah - we definitely don't need any more of those.

This is why I like A0 so much - it is quick and easy, with enough detail to make the NPCs memorable and enough hooks to carry it further if you want. Or, you could simple run through Baleon Nakt and have a great time. And Baleon Nakt is straightforward enough to be alterable for your own preferences and players.
Can't add to this, other than, "I agree." I enjoyed running A0 earlier this year.
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Bring on more modules. Keep the C-series going beyond C3.

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One of these days, I'm going to get all the frayed-end plotlines in my brain together in an orderly fashion and submit them as an adventure compilation. I have more ideas than writings, though, so I assume it will be published by my son(s) posthumously like J.R.R. Tolkien.
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Zudrak wrote:
DMSamuel wrote:
Buttmonkey wrote:
seskis281 wrote:And lots more modules, especially in the "compact, can run in one or two shots" kind of format.

:)
Definitely. The last thing I need these days is another megadungeon.
Yeah - we definitely don't need any more of those.

This is why I like A0 so much - it is quick and easy, with enough detail to make the NPCs memorable and enough hooks to carry it further if you want. Or, you could simple run through Baleon Nakt and have a great time. And Baleon Nakt is straightforward enough to be alterable for your own preferences and players.
Can't add to this, other than, "I agree." I enjoyed running A0 earlier this year.

If you read my posts in the Crusades forum, you can see how quickly that A0 can blow up into beyond what it was meant to be. We finally are getting to A1 but as a continuation of A0.

That said, I would like to see TLG buy out Judges Guild and add those products to C&C.
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I would buy a plushy of Unklar.

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A plushy of Unklar? Knowing Stephen, they might actually do that.

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AGNKim wrote:Besides myself, Steve and Davis are both huge Howard fans. The three of us spent some time one night before our game discussing our favorite Conan story and what not. I'd freakin' love to get some C&C Conan.

Alas... I suspect the rights are fairly steep.

I would imagine so.
Well, I still run games set in Hyborea (as I have for 30 years) and its related environs (Atlantis, Valusia).
My favorite Conan stories are still the first ones I ever read- "The Frost-Giant's Daughter" and "The Queen of the Black Coast". I love the dungeon crawl of "The Scarlet Citadel" and the sheer bad-assery and dark magicks in "The People of the Black Circle" and "A Witch Shall Be Born".
But honestly, I could no more pick a favorite Conan story than I could choose a favorite sex position. :twisted:

I think "Red Shadows" or "Worms of the Earth" are my favorite Howard stories, overall.
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the poem "Cimmeria" is my favorite work of his, period! Man, what an achievement that poem is!!
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ANGKim: Besides myself, Steve and Davis are both huge Howard fans. The three of us spent some time one night before our game discussing our favorite Conan story and what not. I'd freakin' love to get some C&C Conan.

Alas... I suspect the rights are fairly steep.


Kim, I'm sure the rights are pretty steep, or else Pinnacle or countless other companies would have done it. Not, that I'm speaking for Shane Hensley. :)

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I'd be cool if there was some Tarzan action. Jungle adventures against carnivorous apes! Hmm, maybe AA can do it.

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serleran wrote:I would buy a plushy of Unklar.
:lol:

My wife would steal it in the name of loving everything Tim Curry.
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serleran wrote:I'd be cool if there was some Tarzan action. Jungle adventures against carnivorous apes! Hmm, maybe AA can do it.

I second this.


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I want more modules.

The reality is, for me, that anything that has a C&C Logo on it - I'm gonna buy, if for nothing else, to keep my collection complete.

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I would like a C&C compilation of the 2E Priest/Divine and Wizard spell compendiums as well as the magic items.
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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The Crusader's Companion put into print.
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Julian Grimm wrote:The Crusader's Companion put into print.
I'd buy that, as long as they add in the rules Peter had to keep out.
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:
Julian Grimm wrote:The Crusader's Companion put into print.
I'd buy that, as long as they add in the rules Peter had to keep out.
I would buy it, too, but expect to be compensated for my material that is within it. Free is free. For sale is not on my back.

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Treebore wrote:I would like a C&C compilation of the 2E Priest/Divine and Wizard spell compendiums as well as the magic items.
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serleran wrote:
Treebore wrote:
Julian Grimm wrote:The Crusader's Companion put into print.
I'd buy that, as long as they add in the rules Peter had to keep out.
I would buy it, too, but expect to be compensated for my material that is within it. Free is free. For sale is not on my back.

Hmmm...I can see the problem with getting it done. How about this: The CC is done as an 'At Cost' product through LULU or other POD service? This way there is not a question of compensation and we can have a print copy at our table.
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Julian Grimm wrote:
serleran wrote:
Treebore wrote:
Julian Grimm wrote:The Crusader's Companion put into print.
I'd buy that, as long as they add in the rules Peter had to keep out.
I would buy it, too, but expect to be compensated for my material that is within it. Free is free. For sale is not on my back.

Hmmm...I can see the problem with getting it done. How about this: The CC is done as an 'At Cost' product through LULU or other POD service? This way there is not a question of compensation and we can have a print copy at our table.
I already have a Spiral Bound print copy at my table, I'd just like to have one with the rules written specifically for it, much like the HH PHB, and in a hard cover. So adding in that content, in that manner, and offering a HC version from Lulu or Drivethru would be just fine for me. It would be better if they can offer a cover that fits in with the rest of the line, but I can live without that.
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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REHowardfanatic wrote:
Treebore wrote:I would like a C&C compilation of the 2E Priest/Divine and Wizard spell compendiums as well as the magic items.
Seconded.
Mostly done. ;)

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Soup?

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Treebore wrote:I would like a C&C compilation of the 2E Priest/Divine and Wizard spell compendiums as well as the magic items.
Image Yes!
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Stuff I'd Buy if TLG Made It...

5E. :mrgreen:

Let me echo the Spell Compendiums for Priests and Wizards. That would rock.

And darned near any supplements. I just pretty much like the C&C banner, all told.
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ArgoForg wrote:Stuff I'd Buy if TLG Made It...

5E. :mrgreen:
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ArgoForg wrote:Let me echo the Spell Compendiums for Priests and Wizards. That would rock.
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