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About shuddemell

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  1. I would be interested to learn a little more about it... Campaign particulars, etc. to see if you would have an interest in including me.
  2. That was definitely true in WWI and WWII, though I believe that role has changed somewhat in Modern Warfare, due to increased accuracy and sustainable rates of fire.
  3. Not sure what your schedule is, but I would certainly be interested.
  4. Miculek is an anomaly, he is super fast and super accurate, but definitely proves that a motivated and skilled rifleman can accomplish more than a machine gun nest. You should see what he can do with a 1911 Colt.... 27 rounds in 3.7 secs, on target.
  5. Use Lee Van Cleef's "The Master" for your swordsman...
  6. I have to agree with Lucius overall. There really is no benefit to adjusting NCM. While NCM can be used as a way to reign in out of control stats, overall, you should pay for what you get. Yes, some races will cost more than others due to conception, but that is as it should be. It's essentially an accounting trick to use NCM in that, if you use them to full effect you get what you pay for and otherwise you are penalized for "potential". Seems easier just to set campaign guidelines (and enforce them), rather than fiddling with the numbers that, in one way or another will be unfair.
  7. Cool, I won't worry about that particular issue then.
  8. Cool. I am wondering about something, it seems, and this may just be me, but the spell's effects (range) is off from the given numbers in the PHB. Seems that you have equated 10' (PHB) with 2 m (Hero)? Am I missing something here?
  9. One other thing I should ask is this. Do you want me to actually make the corrections or provide a marked up copy for you to correct? Certainly, if it is a rewording issue, I will provide you with suggestions rather than changing anything drastically, but as far as punctuation, spelling and style inconsistencies, which do you prefer?
  10. Fair enough. Depends on what the spellbook is meant to accomplish. If it's flavor only, I would say no. If it's meant to be a table reference, then probably.
  11. Okay, if you want at some point I can also port it to InDesign. If you set up styles in Word, those also can be made to read directly into InDesign so formatting is minimal. I will be looking forward to receiving those files.
  12. I would be willing to do so. I worked as a graphic designer, typesetter, and proofreader for 30 years before changing professions. If you might be interested, give me a holler. It also might be useful to let me know what software (aside from HD) you are using.
  13. As are most Coen Brothers films... thought it was quite good myself.
  14. Chris, yes this is true, however we accounted for that by applying a +1d6 bonus (to presence attack) to the teleport the first time it was used (it's surprising) and then subtracted a d6 every time it was used thereafter on the same opponent or anyone who had observed the "trick". At that rate it rarely works more than once or twice if you are lucky, but it may indeed be enough that only needs to work once...
  15. Thanks, I did something similar when I was trying to model a ninja teleport and it seemed to work pretty well. (I was modelling Hattori Hanzo from Samurai Showdown, to be specific.)
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