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Old 05-27-2017, 03:52 PM
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Default New? Morrow site.

Was looking around for other forums and found this.

http://tomorrowsend.rpgstuff.net/

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“The Project” A magazine for the Morrow Project Game system published by TimeLine LTD. This is the very first issue of what we hope to be a long running biannual and eventually a quarterly magazine containing fiction and resources for the Morrow Project game universe.
http://tomorrowsend.rpgstuff.net/wp-...ne-Issue-1.pdf
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Was looking around for other forums and found this.

http://tomorrowsend.rpgstuff.net/

The most interesting element to me was



http://tomorrowsend.rpgstuff.net/wp-...ne-Issue-1.pdf
I have seen it advertised through the Morrow Project facebook page.

What is your impression? I could submit some stats for equipment or to hit charts for the XR-311 and M113A2.
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I think the magazine is a good "first try". I rarely like "gaming fiction" but that's a personal matter

I like the small, generic cache but the Trade Kit seems unnecessary. If you're removing the gold coins, you should also remove junk like the combs. There will be plenty of combs and brushes after the Apocalypse.

The "Peppercorn Incident" is not a scenario that I would run without rewriting. In my experience, players always dislike the hypercompetent NPCs - and peppercorns can be grown in a greenhouse. Of course, this does introduce interesting possibilities. Perhaps, somewhere, someone is operating a large-scale Market Garden?
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They also podcast their game on the first of the month. It not too many episodes in if you want to catch up.
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I have not dug in yet, but I am certain there will be something I can add to my many filled away gaming elements. Be it an NPC or a plot device or whatever.

More data is almost always good.
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How can I contribute?!?!
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How can I contribute?!?!
contact them directly. They are looking for submissions to make follow on editions.
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