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Postby Enkeli » Sun Jun 09, 2013 3:37 pm

Am I missing a game somewhere in the Tri Tac universe based on Steampunk?  I know it can be added as a feature to either B-13 or Fringeworthy if you really want to. But is there a system based completely on playing in that genre?

One of my friends tried to run a campaign entirely in Steampunk era England for a different game system and had to keep making exceptions to many of the game's rules. He is trying to find a game that was specifically based on it. He has tried World of Darkness and Shadowrun and was not so impressed.
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Re: steampunk

Postby Mysterion » Sun Jun 09, 2013 3:45 pm

Hmmm....wouldn't be too hard to come up with a setting for it.  Basically just an alternate history sort of thing.

You just need a hook to make it stand apart from all the other steampunk stuff already out there.  Chrie Priest did it with Zombies, for example, in her Clockwork Century series of books.
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Re: steampunk

Postby Enkeli » Sun Jun 09, 2013 3:49 pm

True but I was just wondering if something already existed in the Tri Tac line that I had overlooked.

Writing the world is not so much the issue as rules to use within it for gaming itself.
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Re: steampunk

Postby Mysterion » Sun Jun 09, 2013 4:17 pm

Enkeli wrote:True but I was just wondering if something already existed in the Tri Tac line that I had overlooked.



Ah.  So.  I obviously have very little reading comprehension this morning.  :)
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Re: steampunk

Postby Enkeli » Sun Jun 09, 2013 4:25 pm

I fully understand that concept, I am fuzzy until after at least one cup of coffee has fully registered in my system.  :D
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