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Apr
8
answered Where can I find a non-Lovecraftian medieval religious horror game that will inspire dread in my players?
Apr
8
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
6
answered What are the key considerations to creating compelling environments?
Apr
5
accepted Is there an (online) SRD for Cthulhu d20?
Apr
4
comment Is there an (online) SRD for Cthulhu d20?
@JeorMattan If you could support with some official quote/link/etc its not having been released at all under OGL, you should turn this comment into an answer. :)
Apr
4
asked Is there an (online) SRD for Cthulhu d20?
Apr
4
revised What is a sci-fi system that would feel familiar to reluctant Pathfinder players?
added 60 characters in body
Apr
4
answered What is a sci-fi system that would feel familiar to reluctant Pathfinder players?
Apr
3
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
1
asked Ways to boost a low HP character in D&D 3.5
Mar
31
comment How can I replace a player character with an impostor without alerting the group?
The ultimate twist and balancer: Have the party stumble upon itself, every member bound and gagged and stripped. Imagine the surprise of all the rival master spies who each have taken over a different party member, believing the rest of the guys to be the genuine stuff. Imagine the surprise of the party. Pure win. :]
Mar
29
comment Games based on Eclipse Phase's world and/or system
I guess you're right. I'll get back to this later then. And I'll definitely take a look at Nova Praxis. Thank you.
Mar
29
accepted Games based on Eclipse Phase's world and/or system
Mar
29
comment Games based on Eclipse Phase's world and/or system
This is a very good starting point, thank you. :) Considering the unfortunate lack of interest in this Q, I'm accepting this answer. If anyone comes up with a way better answer in the future, I might award them a bounty (in case I'll still be interested in the topic.)
Mar
28
comment Bad/Rash character actions and consequences that don't kill my game
As a side-note: The village itself may not have the resources to start a countrywide manhunt, but a sheriff is an official of the state (most likely a kingdom), and states have never been keen on allowing random people (especially barbarian outsiders) to hurt their law enforcement unpunished, as that may send the wrong message to the populace. The village most probably has to report the killings to the sheriff's superior, who probably will have the means & the will to bring down the iron fist of the law on the murderer and possibly on his friends, who can't be anything else but collaborators.
Mar
25
answered What's a good system/setting for an X-Files style campaign?
Mar
25
comment What's a good system/setting for an X-Files style campaign?
In CoC, you could always assume minimal sanity loss (lowest possible number rolled) and maximum regain at the end of a session. That would bring it to tolerable levels, imo.
Mar
24
answered What would a rogue call him/herself in game?
Mar
24
comment Software for adding atmosphere via music and sounds
Very strongly related (if not a duplicate): How can I add sound to our sessions?
Mar
22
comment Lovecraft's Deep Ones and co. in the 21st century
@CAA No, but a quick google says even its second edition is 20 years old by now? That doesn't mean it can't be good (on the contrary), but I don't think it would deal with the Mythos creatures' 21st century problems I'm rather curious about, such as everyone having persistent online connection, (multiple) cameras and video-recording in their pockets, geolocation etc.