I'm wondering where the adventure explicitly gives the location of the black site to the players. There are two NPCs that can point them in the right direction, but that assumes the players let them live, which is a dangerous assumption.
No name gives them a few miles worth of snow they can check out, and Avigdis is able to give them the location. I'm assuming I just have the players cinematically defeat her and she stays alive to tell
The Phantasy Star series is an important science fantasy game that I incorporate into most ttrpg's that I run. It's the idea that this evil comes back every millennium and humanity hasn't learned or changed. There's bits of lost technology and it blends Magic seamlessly. In one of them they thought they were in a medieval kingdom, but it was the biome off a Generation ship.
Heavy Metal is a really good gonzo science fantasy. I also like the art of metal bands. The night begins to shine is a really good episode of a really bad cartoon, teen titans go. If you like vaporwave and outrun style art, and cybernetic unicorns check it out
Kung Fury is worth watching. The Viking era has laser Raptors and Valkyrie with Maschine guns. Also time traveling hitler. It's a short film, check it out
I like monsters that aren't using weapons and character abilities, I could just make NPCs. I also think some lower tier mobs are important.
Haunts from carrion crown were amazing, having glitched AI or gremlins, dimensional instabilities or hespers that cause problems. For example, a computer that makes solid holograms of its crews last battle, etc. Having monsters that are not necessarily combat encounters, like undertale, would be amazing.
The way it is worded with small arms only applies to fusions such as throwing weapon, it applies to melee only, so it is not compatible with small arms. Soulfire says weapon crystals only, not melee only.
Soulfire is a fusion that is applied to solarian crystals, not any form of solar weapon. Because solar flare can use weapon crystals, it can use weapon crystals with the soulfire fusion. You don't apply soulfire to anything that isn't a solarian crystal, so literally speaking it cannot be applied to solar flare OR solar weapon. You can apply it to the crystals both of these abilities feature.
Convergent Evolution & Intelligent Design make for strange bedfellows but the resulting bastard offspring is named Convenience.
I just feel like if I wanted to play Iron Claw, I would have picked up that game system. These options are more appealing to my players because they have some familiarity. I mostly just feel disappointed because my players keep thinking earth exists because "where did all the humans and animals come from" It makes it harder for my group to get immersed in the Pact Worlds. I bought the interface zero for them to give them a game world with more of these themes. That's just my group though. They are expert contrarians
I'm having the same issue with the two scenarios in this subscription. It shows that i paid for them and directs me to a sadly vacant downloads section. Also the customer service line does not work...