I was checking this the other day for something.
I noticed that....
The Tactics skill is no more.
The Blemmyes monster is no more.
The Argonauts group is no more.
I'm sure there were other changes, but the book is sort of similar.
I found the game's background to be too Swedish-centric, which on reflection is not a surprise as it was originally a Swedish game.
But somehow I had assumed they would adjust the background for a more international audience, but they didn't.
Magnificent production values though.
Its a good solid comprehensive toolbox of a thing.
And covers areas not covered by other similar orietated rulesets.
Given the size of the end project, I doubt it. Plus there's not a lot left to explore, unless you mean adventures.
I have an outstanding requirement for 25 NPC thumbnail sketches to finish two modern-day horror scenarios which will appear in a semi-pro magazine. They are as follows:
Fourteen NPC head-and-shoulders thumbnails consisting of various models, model agency types...
Are there any fan resources out there converting the Star Wars setting to work with SWN? I realize that SWN is a DIY toolbox but I don't want to reinvent the wheel if I don't have to.
On a related note, are there any active SWN or Silent Legions communities?
MDF is your friend but you will have to put some work into them to them to make them look like miniature buildings rather than cereal boxes.
Without gunpowder a musket is just a hollow stick or at best a glorified spear...
You should consider the following:
Does the gunpowder come from local sources?
Do you have easy and regular access to gunpowder's ingredients of saltpeter, charcoal and sulphur?
Do you have the services of a...
I need to move characters forward a couple of decades in the plot, but I don't want it boring.
Pendragon has its Winter phase which is my main point of reference. Traveller and Twilight 2000 have life path character generation which could be tweaked. Are there any other sources/inspirations I...
Skimmed the PDF last night. Everything espionagey seems present and correct rules-wise.
But the artwork is mostly hideous, and looks like it comes from the mid-1980s. This may be a deliberate design choice. Either way it lets the book down.