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Old 07-27-2011, 08:02 AM
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Default Tinker, tailor, soldier...?

Here's a submission for something else to meet on the road.
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Old 07-27-2011, 09:03 AM
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Default Power to the NPC´s!

Gimme hundreds of these "little encounters"/NPC´s !!!
Especially loved the "potential complications"-section!
Thats the kind of stuff, i need dozens of all the time. Thanks for the upload!
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Old 07-27-2011, 10:21 AM
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+1 another good one - we've got a trend going!

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Seriously,

Great write up. I'd love to have a folder of these kinds of encounter:


"Uh, you meet.... uh. <reaches into folder> THIS guy."

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Old 08-02-2011, 10:51 PM
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Seriously,

Great write up. I'd love to have a folder of these kinds of encounter:


"Uh, you meet.... uh. <reaches into folder> THIS guy."
That sort of thing is an absolute must for any GM, as well as a folder of adventure seeds and one-shot encounters. It can make the GM's life much easier. I often used T2K-ized versions of screwy ideas that popped into my head, things I saw on TV shows or movies, "war stories" vets or fellow soldiers told me (or things that actually happened to me -- you can actually turn a Thunder Run into a fun encounter), and even dreams.

I really wish I still had those notebooks. They're one of the many things that I lost when those two boxes got lost by the mover's when I got out of the Army and came back to San Antonio. F**kin' movers -- anyone who grew up a brat knows that movers are some of the most incompetent and dishonest people you'll ever meet. My apologies to anyone here who's been a mover and is honest and competent.
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:38 PM
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F**kin' movers -- anyone who grew up a brat knows that movers are some of the most incompetent and dishonest people you'll ever meet. My apologies to anyone here who's been a mover and is honest and competent.
So are security guards....
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