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About Whill

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  • Birthday 12/12/1971

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    From Beale Street to Oblivion

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    Star Wars, D6, RPGs, movies, music, cosmology, archeaology, mythology, religion & spirituality..

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    prescription drug benefits management
  1. MYTHIC D6

    Jerry D. Grayson of Khepera Publishing, creator of D6 POWERS, GODSEND Agenda, HELLAS: Worlds of Sun and Stone, ATLANTIS: The Second Age, and more, has a Kickstarter for a new Open D6 game that uses an update to the D6 Legend system. This is complete game with a setting based on superheroes vs. chthonic entities, but the game is billed as being versatile enough to handle any heroic action adventure genre. It has already far exceeded its funding goal, and Jerry is going crazy with adding on to the packages. I'll highlight two: $20 (Digital only) - PDF of the MYTHIC D6 roleplaying game + All the achieved Stretch Goals in PDF + 5 Godsend Agenda PDFs + one Khepera Publishing PDF of your choice from the HELLAS: Worlds of Sun and Stone or ATLANTIS: The Second Age line! $35 - Print copy of the MYTHIC D6 roleplaying game + everything in the $20 digital package above! I pledged $35. I have already have the entire Hellas line (it's great), but this will complete my Godsend Agenda collection plus get me the core book for the Atlantis game which I totally missed out on except a Free RPG Day giveaway. 20 days remaining!
  2. I was about to order directly from FFG to give them the most profit from my purchase, but the outrageous shipping fee reminded me that I should be supporting my FLGS, so I put my order with them. I'm so excited that FFG is doing this. It was 30 years ago this month that I showed up for my high school job and found these two books.
  3. attributes

    I like it.
  4. contacting admins about problems

    There is no set time. We've had such a hard time with spammers (humans and bots) that each new user must be approved manually by an admin. After you register, you can post. At first, only you, moderators and admins can see your posts. Moderators (such as myself) can approve individual posts to be visible to everyone on a post-by-post basis, but only one of our two admins can permanently approve your registration so that all your posts are automatically visible to everyone, and everyone (including yourself) can view your profile. The admins check in every so often. Moderators do have the ability to ban spammers which I do several times a month. I try to check in every few days to once a week, and when I see new posts by people I am convinced are not spammers I approve your posts and post a reply in a backstage thread we have that such-and-such needs approved. When an admin sees it, they approve you. Ryue, I approved your first post, and your registration has now been fully approved. Savar1, I did post backstage asking for you to be fully approved. Sorry for the delay. If anyone is having problems with the forum I would suggest contacting Grimace.
  5. How can you have Star Wars without any space combat?
  6. Being as we've gotten past the holiday weekends, perhaps everyone who is trying to avoid spoilers has seen it by now? </till>
  7. My wife liked it too. I saw TFA again Friday morning and it feels like I enjoyed it even more, or came to a fuller awareness of my initial appreciation (if there is even a difference). I haven't yet posted any specific reactions publically to avoid spoiling anyone or even coloring their perception of it in case they might be planning on seeing it soon. A few friends with various reactions have contacted me privately to initiate discussion, and it would seem so far from that, the film overall really works for me. I'm really looking forward to taking my son Monday morning and having a daddy-son day all about Star Wars (until my wife gets home from work).
  8. I've had my six tickets for three showings since the week they went on sale. I'm taking my wife Thursday night, a long time friend (since before RotJ in our childhood) on Friday morning, and my son on Monday morning. I'm now going into media exile until after Thursday night, but I'll try to check in here this weekend. May the Force be with us!
  9. New Here and Love Star Wars D6

    Welcome back, TinMan!
  10. Eternity Shard database?

    http://www.oocities.org/timessquare/maze/3998/shards.htm
  11. Some new Torg news coming?

    The dice show on 20 and 16. I have it on good authority that Ulisses Spiele with be announcing a new TORG led by Shane Hensley. And Bloodshadows 3E is coming.
  12. Jim, we're just really glad you're here when you can be. Thank you.
  13. Bloodshadows 2E Cover Ideas

    I concur with your suggestions about the cover (don't over-sex it and show it like it is), but I never got the futuristic impression from the setting at all. Human civilization has been around for many millennia but none of the previous millennia were futuristic ("millennium ago" is backwards in time from now, not forward). Each city has unique levels of technology, but technology is also not necessarily futuristic. A late 1940s-like city has a substantial difference in technology level than an early 1920s-like city. Both may exist on Marl but neither is futuristic. The context of the reference to "many worlds" is that (this setting) Marl is one of many worlds that has been a part of the ongoing struggle between Order and Chaos. The war having "moved on to someplace else" does make you wonder to where and how, but the presence of supernatural creatures and magic in this setting doesn't bring futuristic methods for the war moving to my mind first. Maybe you would have liked this setting better than you thought?
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