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    #91
    Re: D&D 3rd ed.

    Different Steve Jackson I think. The GURPS one is from Texas and the 'if you kiss the Klingon go to page 184' one is from Surrey.

    I did an Ars Magica free form at a convention once. Kind of enjoyable but too many sad cases for me to ever do another one. Have never played the game 'around the table' but I know it is highly regarded. I'm not much of a fantasy gamer man really, was more into Traveller, Cthulhu and Champions.

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      #92
      Re: D&D 3rd ed.

      Different Steve Jackson I think. The GURPS one is from Texas and the 'if you kiss the Klingon go to page 184' one is from Surrey.
      And for all these years I assumed they were one and the same

      Cthulhu was a class game. Trouble is, my friends at the time didn't like it and were really into 'Vampire: The Masquerade' - which I never liked as I found it a tad pretentious.

      Did you see the two cr@ppy movies they made based on the Cthulhu novels? The second one was quite interesting, but for all the wrong reasons

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        #93
        Definitive Proof

        Steve Jackson (UK)



        Steve Jackson (US)



        You'd never guess either of them was a games designer would you?

        Nope, was blissfully unaware of any Cthulhu movies, which sounds like a good move from your description!

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          #94
          Re: Definitive Proof

          You'd never guess either of them was a games designer would you?
          Interesting point...what is the difference between a games designer and a techie? Sandals?

          Nope, was blissfully unaware of any Cthulhu movies, which sounds like a good move from your description!
          There are two; both are pretty bad, although the second one, 'The Unnamable Returns' features a very nice young lady they discover in an old cave. Fortunately, being stuck in a cave for a few centures has given the woman an aversion to clothes of any description...lovely buns

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            #95
            Re: Definitive Proof

            I like the tagline... "There are things on God's Earth that we can't explain and we can't describe".

            Sounds like a good summation of Chico.

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