Flipbook OOP?

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SmokestackJones
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Flipbook OOP?

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Just getting ready to do a new Ol' Man Grognard Reviews video on C&C and I notice the C&C Flipbook is no longer on the site. Will it return? I hope so, it's my favorite and I think I'll need a replacement.

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There is a flip book mentioned in the current Adventurers Backpack KS, but its a flip book with the PHB and the Backpack, as far as I can gather.
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.
Sounds obvious to me! -Gm Michael

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I think the flipbook is a sort of novelty product like the digests that gets printed occasionally for cons or kickstarters or whenever the whim strikes TLG, and not a permanent part of the product lineup. Very convenient though.

Careful, I have consulted it at the table before and given a ruling and had the players point and say "He's just making it up... it's upside-down!"
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Aergraith wrote: Careful, I have consulted it at the table before and given a ruling and had the players point and say "He's just making it up... it's upside-down!"
No problem there as that is 95% of a GM/CK's job. Make it up!

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Aergraith wrote:I think the flipbook is a sort of novelty product like the digests that gets printed occasionally for cons or kickstarters or whenever the whim strikes TLG, and not a permanent part of the product lineup. Very convenient though.
That's too bad, it's my main rulebook. I'm hoping the whim strikes more often.
Careful, I have consulted it at the table before and given a ruling and had the players point and say "He's just making it up... it's upside-down!"
You say "of course!" and give an evil chuckle. :mrgreen:

-SJ

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