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About madcat82

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  1. Blue, pm me a list of your technical skillset, I know a lot of people in those fields in the us, if you are still able to get out and want to join us civilians...
  2. You put a price on discovery? On being part of the greatest moments of history? Of course your getting paid ::biggrin Inventors, adventurers, archaeologists, rich dilettantes, basically anyone who can contribute anything to the expedition. This letter have circulated mostly in scholarly circles though, with some leaking out into the mainstream. It should also be noted that a large part of the funding comes from the UK and US army, with rumors abounding that the Germans are preparing a similar expedition as well as the Red Army. Most stuff that is state of the art for the era, few expenses are speared. Do not expect military grade heavy weapons though (tank cannons, howitzers that sort of stuff, a machine gun could be negotiated though). Its actually a theory due to measurements in the fluctuation of the earths magnetic field. There are currently three ideas for breaching the core, the first involves drilling through the outer shell. this is expected to take four days with a machine traveling at five miles per hour but there are of course some risks, mostly due to not knowing where one might end up (for example a lava flow). Then there is the controversial idea of using the hole in the north pole, which involves finding said hole first but should be a piece of cake after that and then of course, the third, going into the Bermuda triangle where Countess Wollstonecraft speculates there is a water-filled passage to the inner earth.
  3. A wiki is the an internet site (for example) where visitors freely can add and delete content, such as wikipedia Prof. As for telling you more, I have a sort of Indiana Jones meets Jules Verne thing working in my mind, where the characters shall preper the expedition, start and finish it. There is of course some more details around this not to mention Nazi's (everyones favorit villan), insaine scientists, deadlines (where dead realy means dead) and pre-historic monsters. Honestly, Id prefer a bit more detailed questions :-)
  4. Mainly becouse Im interested to see if it would work and partly becouse I like the natural way that it builds up structure Sky. Of course, they will also be in a thread here in the forums.
  5. Nice to hear Shade, although there will be some time untill we start, namely in the middle of september. The game will be set in 1937, a few years prior to the second world war, and is about an expedition into the hollow earth. Id like about four players for this, and I will expect a slow phase, around one to two responses a week. Im also going to set up a wiki for this game, to see how things progress, where players will be able to add information for themselves and where I am going to put up info on locations and npc's. I will also try to make some programs to make my job easier, but we shall see how that will progress. Any questions?
  6. A bit late perhaps, but congratulations on surviving another year Archer.
  7. Attention adventure seekers, Since the dawn of the 18th century thanks to Sir Edmund Halley, the civilized world have imagined secret worlds reachable only through long and danger- ous journeys. This is of course about the hollow earth where riches and adventure is to be had for those explorers brave enough to venture into its depths. For those parties interested, pleas report to this London address and ask for the Countess and Inventress Claire Wollstonecraft. This expedition is supported by the Aeon Society for Gentlemen.
  8. They restarted the Fallout 3 project, for the third time I think, but three's a charm or so I have heard ::biggrin
  9. Bring out the cake, Bring out the cake ::tongue ::tongue ::tongue
  10. Having never read the Watchmen, I might not be able to understand the whole thing, but is it not the point of movies such as these that they actualy DONT try to do the whole series at once, so that they can do a follow up? I mean, just look at Punisher, Fantastic Four, the Hulk, Superman, Spiderman, X-men, Batman (a lack of women here, I would start crying if I wherent a ninja) and Sin City. Ok, they did V for Vendetta in that manner, and 300 I presume, but after looking at V for Vendetta I can forgive the Wachowski Brothers for just about anything (They put babies on spikes? Im certain they had a good reason or it was for the best of the children. Think about that, think about the children, ::tongue ). But, while on the subject of movies, what does people think about the new Transformers one? :transformer:
  11. Welcome back Prof, there shall be sacrifices made, games written and 346 nubile young men and women at the party (that means that they are from Nubilia if anyone was asking).
  12. You start with five background points. You can only use them for background merits. Background flaws generates more background points. Together with said merit/flaw, some information will be asked for, in order for the flaw/merit to be valid, these questions must be answered unless they are labeled as optional. I think I kind of made my point there. Its not supposed to be bonus-points (or freebee points as they are called in that other game-line that white wolf did ::wink ) but something else altogheter. On the other hand, I can see why the name background points would be confusing, so perhaps a better name is history points. It does not matter in any event, considering all the good and valid feedback I got from the other pepers in here.
  13. Good advice people. My players usualy say that they will write the background, but then magicaly work/relationships/studys/life got in the way, and they will give it to me during the day we start playing (and that never happens). And its hard to tell people to buzz off when that happens... On the other hand, they never seem to have any problem filling there char-sheets with dots ::rolleyes
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