|From:||"S.F. Eley" <gt6877c@*****.GATECH.EDU>|
|Subject:||Adventures & sourcebooks|
|Date:||Fri, 4 Aug 1995 15:58:28 -0400|
> to play? (And I don't mean Seattle Sourcebook.) Or at least nearly so?
> Imago+London? Can't remember.
I haven't played _Imago_ yet, but I've read it. Doesn't look like it needs
the London sourcebook very heavily; most of the action's in Scotland, and
the module comes with decent info about Edinburgh and the import
Myself, I can't wait to run Imago -- finally, a module that revolves around
romance and a real human story! (Okay, elf story..) >8-> Anyone who's had
experiience runing it and would like to tell me about it, respond to me
privately or on the ShadowGM list.. This has lots of spoiler potential.
> And another thing: Is there anyone out there who, like me, think that the
> plot in "Total Eclipse" sucks big time? It's the only SR adventure I have
> refused to GM because it was so bad. The reworking needed to make it decent
> is so major that it would end up a totally different adventure, IMHO. Maybe
> the NPCs could be used in another story, though.
I'm having a similar problem with _Dreamchipper_, which I also just bought.
The plot is good, but the encounters are written in such an incredibly corny
way, and make the assumption that this will be the players' first run.. I
decided it may serve as the idea for a decent adventure, but the actual run
would have to be rewritten and scaled up to a mature level. Anyone else had
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