>>65829180 >Light Lances can never have Heavy or Assault Mechs; Medium Lances can never have Assault Mechs; Heavy Lances cannot have Light Mechs, and Assault Lances cannot have Light Mechs Huh, so you can't have a lance with a beemer charging up the front while a Panther peppers them with a PPC?
>>65829101 The Lance and Demilance is still the best to me. Most of the advantages of larger units are just local superiority in deployment. But you can just as easily drop a company on top of a Level II or a Sept.
>>65829226 You can do whatever you want. When Dracs deploy their rare Awesomes, it's usually in a Panther brick. You see that in the Warrior Trilogy, even. Those are Against the Bot things for force classifications.
>>65829294 The mechanical difference is the larger things have to be geared more carefully to work together. A Level II can't just have one guy sticking out like a sore thumb getting left behind and you gotta do that for 6.
The Sept is akin to the Company/Binary/Trinary though while the Trey is like the lance. The whole thing being geared around "LOL Prime numbers because they're nerds" is pretty dumb and groups of 3 are not great organization on the table IMO, but it works so far as them supposedly being bad at actual war.
Anonymous Age of Sigmar General - /aosg/04/21/19(Sun)13:50:27 No.65829111
>>65829381 I'm using them for my empire general and cogmaster though I think its a bit more tasteful but fuck did you read their shipping info? Its "buy the deluxe shipping or you can go fuck yourself if you models don't show"
>>65825680 I remember reading through all of them up until the Atlantis Complex. That book was so perplexingly strange to me that I couldn't digest it properly. I then stopped reading it for a few years before coming across a copy of Last Guardian and reading the first few pages of it.
>>65827858 Blind based on gut aesthetics: >Mechanical >World Egg >Eggsistential Journey Eggbot Yum1000 is neat, though not overly useful, PockEgg Dimension is comfy as fug, and Mind Eggspansion is... interesting.
Based on the descriptions: >Ribbed Brundle >Stone-Faced >Encrusted Stone Teleggportation pod and Enlightened Eggheads might be a combo if I can activate alternate dimension eggheads, and encrusted stone is... odd.
Obligatory shitpost: >Carved Femeggle
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>>65827852 >Imagefags Gotta side with the Imagefags, I like quality writing especially whenit comes to things like mechanics (describing the magnatude of a choice, outcome of a choice, or even something as simple asnot making a certain choice OP) but, if you think Im just going to read, andread and read and read your giant textwall, you're got another thing comng. You need to keepthe player hooked and interested and pictures are an easy (if caveman) way of doing that. >Choosefags Only reason I pick this is because creationist implies that you shouldn't follow the author's rules of the CYOA opening the floodgates to special snowflake builds shitting up the thread. I choose super speed BTW. >Trannyfags Im a man and Im happy and content to be one, not because I neccesarily think men > women, but because that's the way God made me and I take pride in being myself. Fuck off you insecure faggots. >Purityfags Deus Vult infidel. >Anti-fatefags Im not sorry, but the blissof not seeing another futa-saber was just too good an offer. >Martials very shitty intro, but after a bit of thought, casters are fucking gay. They spend all thier time studying heresy instead of fighting honorably with an honest blade. You'd rather cheat and find power without properly earning it. It's like instead of actually learning how to be good at a videogame, you just spend all your time looking up cheats and hacks. Fuck you casters.
A zombie apocalypse in a modern setting would never happen, but what about in a medieval setting? Cities are more cramped, people are more superstitious and ignorant, and generally aren't as clean. Would this allow the virus to spread more easily?
>>65828953 >Explosions barely kill people by the shockwave Are you still living in the times when 75 mm dominated the battlefiends? How are even alive? >No one knows that you are a zombie if you post on the internet
>>65829398 No, the lighting makes them look plain. Seriously dude watch it. They are different from western zombies and there are a few cool historical and mystical elements in it that add to the setting.
>>65823451 The Black Death at least partially happened because no one had any fucking idea of how to prevent it, treat it or where it even came from. The most widely accepted theory by high society worldwide was that it was an effect of planetary movements, while the peasantry just went with it being divine wrath.
By comparison it's not hard to figure out that the walking rotting corpses keep turning people into walking rotting corpses if they get bit
>>65821073 >Although the Battle of Yonkers is fuckin kino. Ah yes, Airburst artillery is ineffective at destroying brains, even though it caused helmets to come back as standard military gear for doing exactly that.
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>>65829315 >Obi-Wan felt nothing like Alec Guinness. >Why did they have to fuck up Boba Fett's backstory. Only ones there that have anything to do with the shared characters. And again, the ST does not care about the families with children. That's why it won't be remembered fondly. t. born in December 1992
>>65829315 it's no use arguing about. I literally had this same argument about a month ago, even went back and used google/the wayback machine to find multiple archived news posts and forum threads from 2000-2007 where the prevailing opinion was that the prequels were garbage.
they just moved the goalposts again. the argument isn't about reality, it's about crying for attention. because if they don't like something, they have to make sure the people who do like it are as miserable as they are.
>>65826326 Looks mean a lot. How you present yourself to the world is a reflection of the inner world. >not being fat = self respect >not butchering your body = not having self hate or hating how you are >modest clothing = want to be valued by your mind not your looks >oh no she had some flings before = gtfo incel, everyone bangs random people during their youth, if you havent, thats your problem.
looks matter a LOT more than people think, especially the ones that are a choice.
Have you or your GM ever used IRL props for your campaigns that represent ingame objects or documents? What do you think about using props? What are some things you can buy at like a Goodwill for $10 or less?
>>65823541 Dude I would love that! I've done google doc dossiers for high profile targets in Shadowrun, and it really helped the players plan their approach. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xQa3FGs71N1mR3wZePd4RZR8F760r4n8Tkkngr63qkY/edit?usp=sharing
Gear cards are also great, people like to be handed something physical as opposed to just being told "You pick up a +1 dagger of backstabbing"
>>65827128 I have tried this method and I don't like it. I have read a bunch of tutorials on how to do it and I just can't make it work correctly. I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I decided to just buy some half decent paper from Michael's (craft store) that already looks like parchment and then just scrunch it up a bit. It looks way better in my opinion.
>>65827251 have you tried rubbing a used teabag aginst it? Get one thats dripping wet a little bit and it can work a charm. holding areas slightly above a candle to singe the paper can add extra details
>>65823541 >I'm running a delta green game and was thinking of making up like... dossiers for the players with top secret stamps and things. That sounds fucking awesome, I'd love to have something like that.
What do you think of the "Cybernetics Eat Your Soul" tropeAnonymous04/20/19(Sat)22:10:49No.65819954[Reply]
One of the biggest sticking points I've had towards Cyberpunk and Shadowrun is their use of the "Cybernetics Eat Your Soul" trope, or that installing too many cybernetics turns you insane/kills you. The reasoning is usually that replacing parts of you makes you less 'you' or something. Though I don't know of any people who get pacemakers and become homicidal maniacs because of it.
Cyberpunk 2020 is particularly annoying with this trope due to how it handles humanity loss. For those who don't know, how much "Humanity" you lose is usually determined by random roll, meaning that you can end up losing a significant amount getting glow-in-the-dark hair (and thus going psychotic).
A common variant of this destroys any magical or psionic abilities you have should you get cybernetics, which usually comes off to me as a cheap attempt at balance.
Finally, comes the obvious question: If getting cybernetics can kill you or drive you into a murderous rampage, why get them? Why would anyone get fashion-based cyberware?
So, what's your opinion on this, and do you employ any houserules/variations to this?
>>65825804 Compare Alita to Emperor Jashugan. One walks everywhere in a combat body, always ready to fight, the other is a monster on track and is a comparable fighter but in normal life actually uses a civilian body without power or additional weapons of a battle frame.
>>65819954 I don't like the idea that it makes you monstrous or coldly logical, but I do believe that it would change how you view the world and how you relate to others. Like imagine being a construction worker. You love your job and thanks to a lottery win, you are loaded with money. So you decide to replace your four limbs with mechanical equivalents and reinforce your spine. You can now lug around steel beams all day long without breaking a sweat. How long till the idea of being out of breath during lunchbreak becomes a distant memory? How long till you stop giving knowing nods when a co-worker complains about his back pain? How long till you start to think of your heightened capabilities as normal and those of the people around you as inferior?
Anonymous WIP - Work In Progress General04/21/19(Sun)07:19:59 No.65824645