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« on: September 19, 2009, 04:18:55 AM »

While I have yet to purchase the Transmech book, I would like there to be book about Mechs with rules for different themes of mech campaigns [Metal Gearesque weapons delivery systems, Robotech-Gundam fighters to TRANZOR-Z .

After my current futuristic spycraft game is done I might want to run a game set in it's future, perhaps as some sort of space opera. I would like to see what spycraft can possibly do with spacecraft.
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« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2009, 10:33:00 AM »

You should really buy Transmechs first

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« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2009, 02:49:31 PM »

Transmech covers a lot more than you might think, though I think a toolkit on space and vessels would go down well.
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« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2009, 04:46:13 AM »

You should really buy Transmechs first

I took a break from juggling between Fantasy Craft and WoF (those books are so awesome I want to read them both simultaneously) to take a closer look at Transmechs, which I bought a while back.

I remember thinking it was pretty neat, but unfortunately, I have to reassess my analysis now; It's FREAKIN' AWESOME!!!

No, really, it gotted tipped into the pot of awesome sauce as a kid and ate it all up -kind of awesome. I could go over the way each individual mechanic is handled, but I'd just wind up repeating the 25 pages of it, when I could be spending my time more creatively, like by drooling and rereading it.

But individual stuff like pulling out Lifestyle and replacing it with the Spark... GENIUS.

I'm in a major situation now, I now have 4+1 different campaigns I really REALLY want to run (straight-up Agent Spycraft, Transmechy Spycraft, Time of Troubles Fantasycraft, Dragonlance Pathfinder as well as exploring the possibilities Spycraft gives for PnP Mass Effect...) What's a guy to do!? Smiley

Brilliant work guys, even in a range of amazingly cool products, this manages to stand out. And I'm a casual Transformers fan, at best.

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