Brilliant. I suspect that a number of post-apocalypse mutant animal road warrior games will now spring up as a result of this inspirational series!
Hm; so now the players are off to Jordan, eh? I mean, I'm guessing.
"This is Jordan. We do what we like."
I just want to mail those fortune cookies randomly to my friends.
Was that a jumping shark at the end? Seems early in a campaign for that...;-)
I reckon it's a mutant killer goldfish, like they keep in the tanks in Chinese restaurants to improve the feng shui. Except, you know, mutant & killer.
All this and now Big Black references. Best blog ever.
@markAn assassin fired at a customer, but the mutant zebra pushed him out of the way, so, of course, the bullet hit the fish tank.
@scott@SirAllenWhenever I despair for the fact that I am a professional artist whose whole job is to make things to entertain a public with an uncanny talent for missing the point of whatever you put in front of them, I think "Well at least the people who read DNDWPS know what's up". Thanks for keeping up my faith in humanity.Also note: first line of Clutch's "A Shogun Named Marcus" is "If you thought it was boring in Jordan, then come out here for a day"
Man, these recaps really make me want to run a crazy psychotronic post-apocalyptic game. Like Desperado meets Smokey and the Bandit crazy, with Man or Astroman and 16 Horsepower blaring from car speakers.
@ Jamie AlbrechtI hear ya, both on the campaign jones and the M...OAM? Just the post-apocalyptic Chinese restaurant is choice!
There must be hawkmen! ;)
So when you dropped SDC, you dropped the hp consequence charts too, right? Or were those not a part of the TMNT-specific Palladium conversion?
@Zak: How do you handle the fortune-telling? Does they occur immediately, is there a die-roll for occurrence, is the PC immune from death until it happens, etc.?
@DeltaThe integrity of my campaign demands I temporarily keep the answer to that question a secret