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  1. If this has been brought up before then I apologize. I was wondering if there are any novels and/or short stories dealing with the Necrons and if so which ones would you guys suggest?
  2. Does anyone know if there are plans to reprint the Character Folio that was put out whe DH first came out? I got one copy of it and put it up but would like to get some more to actuly use.
  3. For me a big difference between D&D and Dark Heresy is that in D&D (and a lot of RPG's for that matter) once the characters are of higher level there is little risk of being killed unless they are being attacked by a big nasty monster/spell/etc. In Dark Heresy even high ranking characters can be taken down by a lucky shot to the head.
  4. All very good points Graver. Thank you so much.
  5. I’ve just picked up the Rogue Trader book and GM Kit. I admit that I haven’t read all of it yet…so this may be a mute point. Should the Rogue Trader be an NPC like most of us use the Inquisitor in Dark Heresy or should it be allowed as a character? If a player chooses to play the RT is he in charge… Telling the other players what to do all the time?
  6. Sorry... I posted this in the wrong group. Should have been in the Gamemasters group.
  7. On page 42 of Creatures Anathema in the section on “Death Worlds” we learn a bit about the planet Phyrr. To me this is a most intriguing planet and I’ve wanted to run an adventure based around this out-of-the-way planet for some time. The most intriguing part of Phyrr’s story (IMO) is the rumors of strange ships that don’t respond to hails or commands and the hidden pyramid deep in the planets jungle. In the past year I have found this forum to be an almost limitless springboard of Ideas, so now I’m asking for your take on Phyrr. My group is all about rank 5-6 and have been tracking a heretic Abbot and his Slaugth cohorts for some time now and have just learned of his secret trip to Phyrr. The Acolytes are hot on his trail and will arrive at Phyrr’s moon base in our next game. Between the strange ships and the pyramid I am having to control my desire to throw something Necron in here. What are your thoughts on Phyrr? Strange ships? The Pyramid? The Mechanicus of Phyrr?
  8. On page 42 of Creatures Anathema in the section on “Death Worlds” we learn a bit about the planet Phyrr. To me this is a most intriguing planet and I’ve wanted to run an adventure based around this out-of-the-way planet for some time. The most intriguing part of Phyrr’s story (IMO) is the rumors of strange ships that don’t respond to hails or commands and the hidden pyramid deep in the planets jungle. In the past year I have found this forum to be an almost limitless springboard of Ideas, so now I’m asking for your take on Phyrr. My group is all about rank 5-6 and have been tracking a heretic Abbot and his Slaugth cohorts for some time now and have just learned of his secret trip to Phyrr. The Acolytes are hot on his trail and will arrive at Phyrr’s moon base in our next game. Between the strange ships and the pyramid I am having to control my desire to throw something Necron in here. What are your thoughts on Phyrr? Strange ships? The Pyramid? The Mechanicus of Phyrr?
  9. I've got 3 boys. One is 8, one is 4 and the other is 5 months old. I like to tell my friends that I'm growing a gaming group one kid at a time.
  10. I'm sure that the Tech Priest will come up with something better than this Daemon "Apple" you speak of.
  11. As I run most of the games I’m involved in I may have a different outlook about my favorite books than a player might. First of all let me just say that it impresses me how I have never been disappointed with any of the Dark Heresy books that I’ve purchased. Hats off to everyone at Fantasy Flight that help turn out one of the best role-playing games I’ve ever encountered! As I said before I love all the books that have been published and though I believe that Creatures Anathema is one of, if not the best “Monster Book” of any RPG I’ve ever run, my choice for best sourcebook would have to be Disciples of the Dark Gods. I find this work to be an almost endless source of plot devices and conspiracies for my games. I never grow tired of reading through it and at anytime I feel the old “GM block” sinking in during prep time all I have to do is start thumbing through DotDG and the ideas start flowing like wine! So…What’s your favorite sourcebook?
  12. Rob5750

    DOTDG Art?

    Good idea. I'll try that. Thanks!
  13. Rob5750

    DOTDG Art?

    Does anyone know where I can download art from Disciples of the Dark Gods or the other Dark Heresy books?
  14. That's great! I love to mess with him like that. He's a good guy though, you know, the one who will show up to help no matter how much heavy crap you've got.
  15. I think so.....but then I collect old games and RPG's like some guys collect comics. lol It's all well and good until I have to move my collection. A few months ago my best friend was helping me move into my new Apt. and after spending all day lugging those heavy boxes of game books in here he made the joke that if I ever get out of gaming I should start collecting stamps, cause at least thay would be easy to move! lol
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