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Re: (TFT) SciFi TFT
On Sun, 3 Feb 2008 09:37:18 +0800
"Jay Carlisle" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Fair enough Joe.
> SS is a fish out of water tale in the fassion of A Conneticut Yankee.
> But the SciFi equipment is still available to the players and therefore the thing scales from fantasy through SciFi in handeling the equipment and weapons at least.
I'm a sucker for crossovers, whether it be alternative histories or
> > Wasn't Starleader:Assault supposed to be
> > a scifi extention for TFT? I'll have to do some research....
> I got a bunch of old game stuff (knock-off but they didn't know) for Christmas.
> I'd compleatly missed Dragons of the Underearth.
> I'd never even heard of it.
It underscores the point that TFT's streamlined rules allow for a lot
of adaptation across genres.
Dark City games is leveraging with their different game lines. Void
Station 57 is a lot of fun and Oasis looks great. (I just found out about
Oasis when I went to the website to look to refresh my memory over the number
of Void Station. Cool beans, a new game!)
Joe Hartley - UNIX/network Consultant - email@example.com
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