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Message no. 1
From: Schizi@***.com Schizi@***.com
Subject: [OT] Bull (was [OT] General List Behavior and Attitude towards
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 1999 20:01:42 EDT
<snip Bull stats>
hmm, not really that munchy at all IMO :-)
and, his cyber/biop is sufficient that he might not implode when M&M comes
out :-)

But..what happened with the wendigo bit? (in your wendigo rules, I thought
you mentioned him being or becoming one)
Message no. 2
From: Twist0059@***.com Twist0059@***.com
Subject: [OT] Bull (was [OT] General List Behavior and Attitude towards
Date: Wed, 11 Aug 1999 20:43:05 EDT
In a message dated 8/11/99 7:31:12 PM Eastern Daylight Time, bull@*******.net

> Anyways, here we go... Enjoy, though god only knows why you want to see
> this drek :]
> Bull the Ork Decker :]

I like seeing what other players do to their long-term characters (plus I
like having stats for the Shadowland posters, don't ask me why). Thanks
Bull! I liked the character myself, but can Orks have an Intell of 12 under
the SR3 rules? Under SR2, it was just suggested that they not go above 1.5,
but SR3 gives strict limits. Did I miss something in the stats or did you
decide not to knock down the older Att once SR3 came out?

Message no. 3
From: Tony Glinka porthos@*******.com
Subject: [OT] Bull (was [OT] General List Behavior and Attitude towards
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 1999 01:08:54 -0700
Check out the subject line.

Check it out again, slowly.

Does anyone else find it funny that we have an OT post about Bull that
came from another completely different OT post?

This could only happen with Bull. :)

Porthos@*******.com --
"I like my cerveza cold and my lead hot."
-- Pepe Moreno, Street Sam and Machismo Incarnate

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