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« Reply #45 on: January 20, 2015, 07:46:16 PM »

Stats for the Lord Ruler: 10 in everything. The End. :p
Try: Stats for the Lord Ruler: The End  Evil

I dunno. He's not literally undefeatable, just extremely powerful. I know Vin needed special mist-power to do it, but I think you could beat him with a Mistborn with access to Chromium (or a Leecher and a Coinshot/Lurcher) on your crew, so you could destroy his metals and use Steel and Iron to remove any metal vials he had.
Even if you somehow managed to defeat him, if I were running the campaign it would be over, due to the number of logistic headaches.
Of course, if you were in my campaign you probably wouldn't manage to kill him in the first place. I'd send Koloquisitors or something after you.
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« Reply #46 on: August 29, 2015, 10:03:10 AM »

Are there pdf experts amoung you who can judge if the following idea is feasible?

I am thinking of running a Mistborn game myself, and I'd like to prepare digital handouts for my players. Now the core rulebools contain a lot of spoilers (read: secrets) which were not known at the time of the canon. Examples would be hemalurgy (and the number of metallic arts), several metals, details about the kandra, how to control hemalurgic creations, etc.
Would it be possible to put "secret" passages of the rulebook on different pdf layers, which are unlocked only after the corresponding secret is revealed in-game?
Wouldn't that be a great feature to be included in the official digital edition? After all, in Scadrial there's "always another secret", and I think it would be very fitting if the the rulebook itself would reflect that.

What do you think?
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« Reply #47 on: August 29, 2015, 11:40:25 AM »

Welcome to the boards Smiley

What you're describing sounds more like a hypertext situation to me, much along the lines of the "Click here to find out more" stuff you get on the propaganda inserts from the Starship Troopers film, or you know, wikipedia
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« Reply #48 on: August 29, 2015, 04:06:16 PM »

You can, assuming they don't have the book themselves, probably [looks out for anti-piracy cops] rip a pdf of the stuff you want them to have, then give them rips of the spoiler parts you give them later.[/looks out for anti-piracy cops]

Not sure if that made any sense, or if Crafty will get up on me for suggesting giving people free sliced copies, so sorry if either of these is so.
For the record, all my MAG stuff was gained legally.
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