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I'm assuming this is relating to The Multiverse (of which I am the creator and a current game master), so my answer will be referring to how this works in the context of the Multiverse's rules. First, we must make sure to understand three things; A single player writing for a single character can have one or more universes associated with this character. ...


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I believe the following link From CAH:S1 to CAH:S2, explains the majority of them: Oomph and Stunt Points Character Points vs. Proof of Purchase Points Vehicles and Animal Companions etc... There is also a length forum thread over at RPG Net, CAH - S2 vs. S1.


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As someone that's about to run a Mistborn game, I would allow someone to be an aluminum gnat to have "weak" powers. It's not technically following the rules (since as you point out, mistings are supposed to have "average" powers), but it seems like it would unnecessarily penalize the player to use their "average" slot on something that couldn't possibly help ...


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I used to have an original printing of Timemaster and I remember those tables now that you mention them. I don't have it in front of me now though so this is a more general answer to the problem. Remember one thing about these old games: tables were to be used, not memorised or abstracted away. This was true in AD&D too with its combat matrices that ...


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Can you really teach someone how to make-believe? There is no set guidelines for Roleplaying. Roleplaying is playing make-believe. Now a tutorial can show you how the rules for a particular game work. Most rule systems are for physical and sometimes social conflict resolution. There isn't much you can do to teach someone how to use their imagination ...


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A quick Google search revealed a few reviews but no web sites dedicated to the game itself. As the game is out-of-print and SteamLogic, the publisher, went bankrupt in 2004, the chances of finding it are pretty slim. There is a boxed set available on Amazon.com but it's priced at $200. So the answer to your question "are the game rules available" would, ...



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