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I'm an amateur game developer, tabletop enthusiast, and featured reviewer at DriveThruRPG.

I'm primarily focused on cyberpunk and science-fiction, though I love a good fantasy setting. I'll freely admit that I'm relatively new to tabletop gaming (three or four years), and most of my knowledge is in more contemporary games and indie games, but I try to be helpful.


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revised How does wandering within a city work?
Updated for HJ's suggestions.
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comment How does wandering within a city work?
I hadn't even thought of it that way. I should make it more clear!
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awarded  Good Answer
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What do I do when some players can't show up consistently?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on dnd-adventurers-league tag wiki
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on dnd-adventurers-league tag wiki excerpt
Aug
27
comment Are 'Mechs included in A Time of War's core book?
Keep in mind that Battletech has lots of other stuff, like some ridiculously convoluted politics. Plus, ATOW characters are capable of being pilots (they can function as normal battlefield pilots), it's just not the focus of the game.
Aug
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is a kineticist immortal?
Aug
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on
Aug
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What should be the DC to identify monster vulnerabilities?
Aug
22
comment Can AIs opt to instead use a cyberdeck?
I'd say this is probably the GM's discretion. One thing to note about the traditional decking method is fleshy human->deck, where as AI already exist, at least to a certain extent, in the Matrix. I don't have any written stuff to answer this question from an authoritative source, but I'd typically be cautious about this and likely wouldn't allow it. Long story short, cyberdecks are human-machine interfaces, while AI are already directly in the matrix. Also, purchased programs may or may not work with an AI; they're not exactly off-the-shelf.
Aug
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Class level vs. Character level vs. “my” level
Aug
17
comment How can you fight with two weapons?
Feel free to answer it yourself.
Aug
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I effectively drop clues of corruption in my campaigns?
Aug
15
comment How can you fight with two weapons?
I don't know if there's any official rule for it, but consider this thread: forum.rpg.net/… Basically, here's what it suggests: Add a -2 or -4 DM penalty (depending on how lenient you are), and also increase the recoil as a result of trying to use weapons in one hand.
Aug
14
comment System recommendation: Dynamic, engaging, and realistic skill rolls
The criteria was never "no crunch", and if it were there wouldn't be a single rules system that would qualify. It certainly fails the elegant criteria, but I also recommend The Void, which is significantly better for that.
Aug
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answered System recommendation: Dynamic, engaging, and realistic skill rolls
Aug
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the deal with alignment languages?
Aug
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is necromancy necessarily evil in 5e or Forgotten Realms?
Aug
13
awarded  Nice Question