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Spence last won the day on February 4

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About Spence

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    Anime...the other genre
  • Birthday 12/31/1963

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    Marysville, WA

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  1. Darren needs a V&V expert

    Used to play in the way back. But not an expert......
  2. What "Pulp" have you read lately ?

    Excellent suggestion.
  3. Retro Styled Campaign

    Have become really tired of politics and narrow vision ranting so I concentrate my games on crime and super crime.
  4. Retro Styled Campaign

    Don't forget Chips and Emergency
  5. Retro Styled Campaign

    80s tech works good too. Just starting to see early computers as we know them and early wireless.
  6. Retro Styled Campaign

    Hmmm... For me I like a 40-50's outlook in a 70's world. Or in other words superHEROES vice "semi-recovered crack head just a kill'in the bad doods" or some such, set in a world that is just pre cellphone, personal computer, wireless. Good guys versus bad guys in a pre-surveilence world just modern enough that all the players can easily relate to it. I clicked 70's for the poll.....
  7. Site Upgrade

    Just a little snippy there eh? But no, I can add and remove item's from the cart just fine. I'd suggest checking to see if you have something running that prevents the website from functioning correctly. For instance I use Firefox with Script Blocker so I had to tell SB that the HERO store was OK.
  8. Of the choices I picked Capes and Babylon with a qualification. One thing that, in my opinion, Champions suffered from was it never had an actual playable campaign. We had an overwhelming cornucopia of individual pieces that could be plugged into a campaign. But no actual campaign. If Capes and/or Babylon contained the standard what and wheres are what 99% of the "campaigns" out there, but also included an actual campaign. As in a series of plot's, encounters and coherent playable story. Pinnacles' Plot Point system is a good example of this. I'd snap it up in a heart beat. But if they were just another "setting" book, meh I have 5 playable cities and as of last week 4 teen superhero school/academies. I don't need additional "settings". I need a pre-fab Campaign. Correction, I need a pre-fab superHERO Campaign. No dark conspiracy, no mutant "fill in the blank" hunted hate'o'verse, no "semi-redeemed mass-murderer/psychopath just saving the world, no dark loner hitman vigilante with a soft spot and not even remotely a superHERO type game. A good old fashioned "the good guys" saving the city/academy/world type of game.
  9. Site Upgrade

    I intend to. I actually only use mobile if I absolutely have no other way. The Hero forums are probably the only ones I look at regularly so it won't take me too long to check out the desktop version.
  10. Site Upgrade

    The mobile version looks great. A few things have changed a bit, but that will just be retraining myself. Otherwise the new mobile looks better than the old mobile
  11. New Series--The Orville

    Or,...... you may all be overthinking it. Orville is not supposed to be serious science fiction. I am watching it with the same mindset as I do Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and the show is only getting better. Turn off the forebrain and use the hindbrain instead and you'll have a blast
  12. Describe a rpg mechanic you love.

    still used in brp and coc.
  13. VIPER plots

    Well this is going down hill fast ☺