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Ouch. You are over $120 to get the GURPS collection so far.
 

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That's very much less than I paid for all those books, buying them as they came out...

It's also less than the rrp of the three core D&D 5e books...
Yeah, I have a number of these books, and this is a fantastic deal for anyone that wants to get into GURPS.
 

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Yeah, I have a number of these books, and this is a fantastic deal for anyone that wants to get into GURPS.
It probably is. I have a shelf of 3rd edition GURPS I've still never got in a game with. At half this price id pick it up just because but 120 is too rich for "Just in case!" for me.
 

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I like the setting and background. The system was so-so before. I haven't had a chance to read the system in the new one.
The new setting updates are really cool. It definitely feels the same universe (they haven't done anything dramatic) but it's not stayed static. Possibly the most notable change is that the Emperor is now married to a Vuldrok shieldmaiden.

The new rules are... better than the original. But it's still a game with a great setting and a clunky system. I'd get it for the setting and then use the unofficial Secret of the Fading Suns ruleset.
 

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The new setting updates are really cool. It definitely feels the same universe (they haven't done anything dramatic) but it's not stayed static. Possibly the most notable change is that the Emperor is now married to a Vuldrok shieldmaiden.

The new rules are... better than the original. But it's still a game with a great setting and a clunky system. I'd get it for the setting and then use the unofficial Secret of the Fading Suns ruleset.
There is a pay-what-you-want streamlined version of Fading Suns on DriveThru as well.

I haven't had time to really digest the new edition, but it does seem consistent with the original setting, which I am a big fan of.
 

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The new setting updates are really cool. It definitely feels the same universe (they haven't done anything dramatic) but it's not stayed static. Possibly the most notable change is that the Emperor is now married to a Vuldrok shieldmaiden.

The new rules are... better than the original. But it's still a game with a great setting and a clunky system. I'd get it for the setting and then use the unofficial Secret of the Fading Suns ruleset.
That link doesn't lead anywhere. Do you have the link?
 

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Sure, I'll never play it, but for the toolkit or to critique or something...

Allen, I am starting to get dismayed at how often you are opening my wallet lately!

I have been very good recently. Then I saw the Legacy and New Legacy offerings (I have all of T5). I am weakening.

And yes, my wallet may open.
 

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Legacy: Life Among the Rujns is a really good PbtA multi-generational post-apoc rpg.

The supplements include a generation starship setting and in the expansion Bundle settings and supplements like the vampire-themed Rhapsody of Blood (a Castlevania riff) and the Slavic noble houses play of Free from the Yoke.



I have the original Bundle from 2019 but some of those expansions look really cool. Terra Incognita, a toolkit to build your own Castlevania or Hollow Knight like castle, particularly sounds good.
 
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I've been able to make my will saves for the last couple as they were games I didn't play. But I feel myself caving in for the Indie Treasure Trove.

The only one I have is Duelling Fops, which is fun. Anyone know about any of the others?
 
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