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  1. SkyFalling said: And way better than one-player CE. At least twice as good I would think...
  2. Is anyone else having a problem printing the character sheets from the website? When I do all the fronts turn into little squares. I don't generally have this problem with printing PDF files and when I just open the file everything looks fine. It's only when I print it that they turn into squares.
  3. I can't believe I forgot that movie! I was just talking to someone about it a week ago because they liked Heath Ledger but had never seen it before.
  4. Whoops I meant 'Witches Abroad'
  5. I recently picked Grimm up at my local shop and have been reading it cover to cover before coming up with our first adventure. As I've been reading it, it has reminded me of a number of different movies. I thought it would be fun to come up with a list of movies people should see to get in the 'Grimm' mood before playing. Here's a short list of what I've thought of so far. Hook Labyrinth Neverending Story Little Monsters ( Anyone else remember this totally crazy 80's movie with Fred Savage and Howie Mandel?) Nightmare Before Christmas (the idea of a Christmas monsters vs Halloween monsters campaign has crossed my mind more than once) Goonies Alice in Wonderland (some versions more than others) Return to Oz The 10th Kingdom Other than movies the first thing I thought of while reading Grimm was Terry Pratchett's Discworld book called Witched Abroad which I also highly recommend to anyone looking for messed up fairytale story ideas. It's also a really funny book anyway. So what other movies can anyone think of that share the same atmosphere as Grimm?
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