d&d – d20 – Aeg – – Stargate Sg-1 Rpg – Free ebook download as PDF File . pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. The Eye is a website dedicated towards archiving and serving publicly available information. #opendirectory #archive #digitalhistory. From what I’ve seen of d20 modern, it looks like it would make a good rulebase for Stargate Strong Heros (or whatever they are called) can be.
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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Join Date Jan Posts 3, I just got the Stargate SG-1 box set and have been watching through it for the last couple days Man I love that show Anyhow, I was thinking about it yesterday From what I’ve seen of d20 modern, it looks like it would make a good rulebase for Stargate Strong Heros or whatever they are called can be the military guns-n-brawns type, Smart Heros can be people like Jackson, etc.
Likewise, you can even offer J’Fal as an optional PC “race” if you wanted to The players would assume the rule of one of the other SG teams. I realise that you would need to bend the storyline a bit to make it work at it’s best, but not by too much.
Anyone have any suggestions? I realise until d20 Modern is out, I’m just speculating on a lot of it, but I was originally thinking of using Spycraft, but I think D20 modern is the better idea.
Now all I have to do is wait for the game An excellent idea – I’m a big fan of the show, but I never connected the dots about adapting the show into the d20 system. You both have a point though: My Spycraft books are on the way, so I’m just going on things I heard in reviews, and my knowledge of what d20 Modern will be like is pretty basic In the below, I’ll just stick with Spycraft for now until d20 Modern comes out all of the Spycraft specific information listed below was swiped off reviews from RPG.
Perhaps just a rename and a few tweaks. Perhaps just a rename or a few tweaks. Again, an academic related class is missing and I’m not sure if any of the above can be showhorned into this role. However, the Stargate contains nine chevrons. Field Remote Expeditionary Device: With six wheels, FRED can navigate almost any terrain. Mobile Analytic Laboratory Probe: I’m not exactly sure what this item is – various Goa’uld weapons staff weapon, “zat” sp?
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Special SG team designations: SG-3 – Marine combat stargahe, lead by Colonel Makepeace. SG-5 – Marine combat unit. SG-7 – Scientific Corp. SG-8 – Medical team.
SG-9 – Diplomatic Corp. SG – Engineering Corp. After PD mentioned Spycraft, I dug out my books last night and looked it over to see. Basicly, the classes just don’t fit.
And without totaly redesining a few of them, they wouldn’t work. I mean, of the existing ones, only really the soldier would fit “as stargafe If you wanted to shoehorn it into Spycraft, you would need at least two new classes Something like dd20 “Scientist” or “Proffesor” and one I can’t think of a name for At first level, have an ability that grants him Stargwte bonus x 2 bonus languages Something like the bardic knowledge ability Likewise, give him starggate sort of “dramatic knowledge” ability X times per day, he can essentialy take 20 on d2 knowledge check related to an are he studies to recall some strange detail.
As for the techy type Gets the feat “Lost Stargat Use” for free at first level For special abilities, give him basicly technology related varients of the proffessor class Need to flesh that class out a bit more somehow, not sure how though Lost Technology Use You understand the basics behind assorted forms of alien technology. You can use DHDs, understand the basic principles behind the Gate, understand how certain things may interact with Lost Technology, etc. Jaffa begin the game with this feat at no cost Exotic Weapon Profficiency group: Immunity to all Diseases: The Gou’Uld symbiot functions as a perfect immune system for the host.
One implanted with a Gou’Uld larva, the host is forever dependant on it. Automaticly knows the Gou’Uld language in additon to any others. I wonder how long the larva stays Likewise, would that glove thingy that the Gou’Uld wear be considered a device And covered by, say the Use Lost Technology Device skill and feat or a weapon and hence covered by the EWP group feat? Join Date Jan C20 I love Spycraft, but it is very structured for it’s genre and admittedly that is part of it’s allure.
However, I offer that d20 Modern may not be the only game that could handle a SG-1 story line. Any of the current and upcoming d20 scifi games may do the trick. I would add a vote for D20 Fading Suns. Well, Stargatee have been perusing the T20 Lite Rules now available for download at www.
If you can convert the mechanics to emulate modern-day military experience or professional civilian service experience in the case of Dr.
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Maybe you can find some useful material. I love the show and what I have read of D20 Modern has me excited. I like the idea behind D20 being a genre-less system. This gives me greater flexability for ideas like Stargate. Can’t wait ’til November.
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