La Cipolla wrote:I take from your previous posts that the AGE system in the new product will be at least very similar to the one in Dragon Age; are there some areas where you're planning more essential rule changes (e.g. the magic system, the character creation or the stunts)?
Twin Agate dragons wrote:Sad to see that Freeport is not getting any official love this year.
JA Johns wrote:This may be so far down the road it's silly, but is there thought about using the new AGE setting for the Chronicle system or creating another GR setting for it?
MacGrein wrote:Any chances about that "future scifi setting" to be a Mass Effect adaptation?
Oh, any posters inside the Set 3 ???
jasko wrote:OK - I added these questions in an edit to my previous post, so maybe they weren't seen. So here they are again:
MacGrein wrote:Are you going to use a "grandmaster" level on Talents?
When you said about a "new class", you're talking about a new specialization, or a 4th main-class?
About the PDF's, do you know (expect) to the frequency to be monthly, weekly?
BTW, would yourself choose a Bard Specialization in a campaign?
Garydee wrote:With the new fantasy setting do you expect to keep the magic level where it is now(which I think is perfect) or are you going to introduce high fantasy spells that include flying, teleportation, raise dead, etc.?
jwduis wrote:I have to ask because I loved its first iteration - any plans for Dragon Fist?
Giorgio wrote:#1) Dragon Age Set 2 came with three action, three combat and stunt reference cards which are a godsend for speeding up play. However, I have six players and I would like for all of them to have their own original set of reference cards. Short of buying another Set 2, is there a way to purchase this reference cards individually or as a set?
#2) Is the DARPG intended to be a complete standalone product with the release of Set 3 (Like the core D&D 4ed Campaign settings of Forgotten Realms, Dark Sun...) with all needed materials for GMs to run campaigns, or is it expected that any background/source material that is missing or can be further expanded will be found online (like the Dragon Age codex and wiki), or threw further campaign books, supplements and PFD materials?
#3) The DARPG materials found in KQ, could you compile it and release it as a PDF/book combo for those of us that don’t have that magazine?
#4) As a GM of D&D/Pathfinder games I make heavy use of miniatures and maps....I would like to know if your company will be supporting DARPG with miniatures or tokens for this game.
5) Once Set 3 is out and the core rules finalized, will you be partnering with any of the mayor online Character Building systems (like Herolabs) for official DARPG data sets?
kronovan wrote:1.) Will you include an adventure generator in Box set 3 or a future supplement?
By that I mean dice rolling tables that will generate a good but loose adventure framework similar to the part and sub-scene structure that Jeff Tidball uses. It would be a plot framework that a GM could then fill in the meat/content for. I do have 3rd party products that can be adapted to do the job, but I always find it most useful when the games developer supplies their own.
2.) Will you include a Combat rating formula in Box set 3?
To further clarify, a formula that considers the most important statistics for combat and produces a value that can be compared against NPC's and beasts. In a nutshell; a number that takes the guess work out of PC Vs NPC balance.
Pramas wrote:We may indeed do another Chronicle System game in the future, but that would be years down the line at this point. It occurred to me it'd be a pretty good fit for the Black Company--you could modify the house rules to handle running a mercenary company--but our license for that ended years ago.
Aldarc wrote:Will the new AGE system books be released in level-based chunks/box sets like what was done for Dragon Age? Or will it take a traditional/True20-style approach of simply having a player's handbook, gamemaster's guide, and bestiary?
That was quick. Thanks for the timely answer. I am getting really excited for these upcoming AGE products.Pramas wrote:It will not be a series of boxed sets a la Dragon Age. It's not nailed down but the likely format is a core rulebook and then a world book.
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