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May
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revised A fantasy system with similar dicerolling and levels of success as World of Darkness
Added clarification for magic items and non-magic combat in the system requirements.
May
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comment A fantasy system with similar dicerolling and levels of success as World of Darkness
Thank you. Just some clarification, does Mage: The Sorcerer's Crusade still include standard medieval combat, swords etc. and does it have rules regarding magic items / weapons and armor?
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asked A fantasy system with similar dicerolling and levels of success as World of Darkness
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comment Dealing with a changing set of players in a continuous campaign
Just wondering why you removed the house rules tag?
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answered What do I need to set up and use a projector as a tabletop?
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comment What are the dinosaur equivalents?
Just noticed this is the same list that is covered in the link in the comments. Hope it's still useful as an answer.
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answered What are the dinosaur equivalents?
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comment What do I need to set up and use a projector as a tabletop?
+1 for comment about annotating it on glass with whiteboard markers, I hadn't considered that.
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