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does your current game require special solutions to defeat full plate armor?
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/tg/ - Drawthread

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• Provide good, detailed references (pictures are better than verbal descriptions), so the artists know what you're looking for.
• If you have a WIP quote the Anchor Post, and attach the WIP so your Drawfag can find you.
• Do not reply to other deliveries with a request that the artist fill your request next, this is called 'piggybacking'.
• Do not make multiple requests in the same thread and do not serially request multiple characters after a delivery. Suggesting several concepts for artists to choose from counts as making multiple requests.
• If you're unsatisfied with your completed request, please wait at least one week before you re-request. If someone follows this rule, don't waste posts by complaining about it.
• Don't critique others' requests. If you don't like it, don't draw it.
• Ignore the bait for they don't deserve (You)'s
• Stay on topic

>Drawfags and Drawfags-to-be:
• Feel free to drop your tumblrs/websites/commission/etc information, but if you're dropping your commission info, please consider filling a request beforehand instead of just advertising.

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The City

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Last time we discussed this, all those with any actual sense of scale worked out that The City from Blame! was of such a scale that you could fit practically every civilisation from every setting worth mentioning into it, and they would all basically disappear into insignificance in its size, and if any of them ever met it would be a small miracle, even though it's "only" one solar system.
So, if we did just that, which groups would survive, which would prosper, which would die out, which would change, and which would get too big for their britches and attract the attention of the automated security systems and get slices of sun teleported onto them?

My take is, Space Orks might just expire with no-one to fight and nothing but megastructure to grow spores on.
Star Trek Federation might do alright, having replicator technology makes them a post-scarcity civilisation, but they might have to find something like fusion to power their technology if they can't replicate dilithium or antimatter.
Could tiberium grow on megastructure? The crystals might take centuries to leech enough heavy elements out to grow their own ecosystem.
The Empire might do alright until they start firing off hypermatter powered superlasers, that would probably trigger The City's Godzilla threshold.

Are the aliens from Robotech/Macross enough to matter in The City? I recall their mother ships being ridonculous in that old Starship Size Comparison site.

Daleks would just keep looking for someone to exterminate, even if they had to resort to time warfare.

Could The Flood from Halo get a foothold? Or The Borg? Both kind of depend on other lifeforms to infect. So do the Tyrannids. Zerg might struggle without biomass to consume. If any of the more rapacious, rapid-multiplying factions got Trek replicator technology, everyone might be in trouble. I suppose it's a question of whether they can find power sources that can run that kind of tech that normally runs on antimatter and warp plasma.
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Let's have a thread about blood magic.

Interesting uses you've seen, creative blood mechanics, well-made blood mage classes, anything and everything!

Yes its edgy, and probably cringey, but I don't care I want to play a blood mage!
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Xeno Art Thread

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Post your coolest aliens
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>Everyone in my setting has at least a little bit of magical aptitude
>Consequently everyone can have a familiar
>More magical familiars = more power to draw from
>The ability to bond with certain familiars is heritable even if you wouldn't normally have enough magical ability to qualify
>Clan structures are common in the setting

A consequence of this is economic monopolies based on the exploitation of certain magical creatures. The big ones that I've worked out are phonenixes, unicorns, dragons, and basilisks. I've also been tinkering with the in universe equivalent of nemean lions as well as carbuncles. How would you handle these various cartels in terms of politics? I'm mostly going for old school city-states in terms of governments.
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Holodeck Activities Edition

Game Resources

Star Trek Adventures
-Official Modiphius Page (Rules, FAQ and Player Resources)
-Homebrew Collection
-PDF Collection

/stg/ Other RPGs (Previous Licensed, Unlicensed, and Third Party)

Star Trek: Attack Wing
-Official WizKids Page (Rules, FAQ and Player Resources)

Star Trek: Fleet Captain
-Official WizKids Page (Rules and Player Resources)

Star Trek: Ascendancy
-Official Gale Force Nine Page (Rules and Player Resources)

Lore Resources

Memory Alpha - Canon wiki

Memory Beta - Noncanon wiki for licensed Star Trek works

Fan Sites - Analysis of episodes, information on ships, technobabble and more

Star Trek Maps - Based on the Star Trek Star Charts, updated and corrected

/stg/ Homebrew Content

Thread Topic: why do we never see Star Fleet gas stations, tankers, and anti matter production facilities?
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How have you guys employed evolution in your fantasy settings?
Natural selection or magically-aided.
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No.80594223 ViewReplyOriginalReport
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