Greetings from Seoul, Korea!

Amazing Adventures is Pulp Role Playing: Hard-boiled detectives, fedora-wearing action heroes, and steampunk gadgeteers rocketing to battle . . . .
Post Reply
Korean Knight
Skobbit
Posts: 6
Joined: Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:23 am

Greetings from Seoul, Korea!

Post by Korean Knight »

Hello from a new fan. I've been a gamer since '82 and even though I don't have group here I got my son and his friends into the hobby. I pledged the $99 level for the game and thrilled to see the package when it arrives!

Guy

Guy Edward Larke
Kisa-Do Martial Arts & Marketing

User avatar
Jason Vey
Grey Elf Troll
Posts: 789
Joined: Tue May 02, 2006 7:00 am

Re: Greetings from Seoul, Korea!

Post by Jason Vey »

Welcome, Guy! I'm Jason, the author. Glad to have you on board! Any questions or comments, fire away.

I'm not around as much as I once was, and I really need to fix that....

Korean Knight
Skobbit
Posts: 6
Joined: Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:23 am

Re: Greetings from Seoul, Korea!

Post by Korean Knight »

Hi Jason!

I like what I saw in the basic book. Will the Companion have a bit more detailed unarmed combat rules for the likes of Doc Savage, the early Batman and Kato?

Thanks...

Guy

User avatar
Jason Vey
Grey Elf Troll
Posts: 789
Joined: Tue May 02, 2006 7:00 am

Re: Greetings from Seoul, Korea!

Post by Jason Vey »

Korean Knight wrote:Hi Jason!

I like what I saw in the basic book. Will the Companion have a bit more detailed unarmed combat rules for the likes of Doc Savage, the early Batman and Kato?

Thanks...

Guy
The Pugilist has been completely overhauled in the second print to make it more of a down and dirty, grappling, wrestling, punch-in-the-face character. Including detailed and intricate martial arts rules goes against the spirit and ease of play represented by the SIEGE engine. That being said, I have some thoughts about a martial arts system that might find its way into a future sourcebook.

Post Reply