Get to the Hoppa Ideas

Macroeconomics in the game - How to make it fun
Will there ever be high magic back in D&D? (current 5e version scales back high magic in 3.5)
How are systems influenced by the players (or How can we influence systems / designers / companies)?

Just a few ideas that may / may not jive…

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I haven’t read it, but I’ve heard Adventurer Conqueror King does economics well…?

I want to hear y’all argue for 30 minutes over hardcover vs. softcover and full size vs. digest size RPG books. (Not joking.)

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FYI there IS a right answer. :slight_smile:

I know MY answer/ preference.

Digital VS Physical could be a fun show.

I mean having the accessibility of digital books is great ( might be a generational thing) but holding a book and knowing where everything is and how things works is great too.
:thinking::thinking::thinking:

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Using different games for a prelude or epilogue.

taking the characters from one game to another, or using the situation from one in the following.

Examples -
Delta Green/Monster of the Week/Nights Black Agents - series ends with some getting killed, some becoming Vampires/Werewolves. Following game is Vampire/Werewolf with the ‘new’ chapter of the characters lives.

D&D for awhile, then they find glitches in reality/magic, and ‘the heroes’ wake up. Cyberpunk/Shadowrun game where the heroes were in some virtual reality pod, shared world doing the D&D thing. Now they have to reconnect/recall their ‘lives’ but it’s been months…

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Im doing this right now Blake!

Back when i first got into DMing i ran a Zombie game for my friends with D20 Modern, and last night we picked that same game back up in Delta Green :smiley:

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And pdf vs physical!

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So - BOOKS:
Full size vs. Digest size
Physical vs. Pdf
Hard cover vs. Soft cover
Lay Flat (spiral) vs. Traditional Binding (lots of shades of difference here and probably too fussy)
Write in them or leave them Pristine?

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A
C (all of the above)
A
B (would like A, never seen it done well)
A

Playing D&D with children, most likely under the age of 10.

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BlockquotePlaying D&D with children, most likely under the age of 10.

So, more mature than more “adult” gamers? :wink:
(I’d actually love this topic)

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Didn’t they do this topic?

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Found it: https://gamingandbs.com/gaming-with-childrens-gbs217/

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Also, close enough: https://gamingandbs.com/kids-track-cons-gbs143/

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I remember 217… 143… gonna have to relisten to that one.
THANKS @Roger !!!

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At some point Brett and Sean both doing a version of the same encounter, played live on episode was discussed.

My suggestion is Zombies are after the party, sent by BBEG.

Brett can do DCC/D&D/BECMI whatever
Sean can do Call of Cthulhu or reskin the zombies for-Starwars

Things they can change
zombies goals, zombies numbers, individual zombie toughness
weather, terrain, equipment level of the pcs
number of npcs/mobile cover, how quickly pcs become zombies, treasure

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Cleary, my position is the right position :crazy_face:

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Undoubtedly. Brett is always right!

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