Re: [GZG] [GZG ECC XI] [AAR] Broadsword: The Raid
From: "Bobby Mock" <hansuke@g...>
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 21:48:46 -0500
Subject: Re: [GZG] [GZG ECC XI] [AAR] Broadsword: The Raid
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r welcome, Tom
and put me on your list when you decide to publish your Traveller
conversions to SG2.
On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 7:52 PM, Tom B <email@example.com> wrote:
> Evyn wrote:
> "I read this, and I have a big question, How does one go about
> "Modifying" SG2 rules for Traveller?"
> A1: Mark Kinsey created the modular cutters, defined how many people
> occupy them, what sorts of weapons could hurt them (none we had) and
> their missiles would work (designed for space combat, poorly). He also
> think and alternate damage system for vehicles (or maybe I mis-recall
> And he differentiated his vehicles in terms of movement rates, not
> vanilla SG2 does. That is mostly what he did.
> A2: Allan Goodall has written a Traveller conversion for SG2. So have
> Allan's worked by saying "a gauss rifle in Traveller is a gauss rifle
> SG2" - that is, he used the same stats. So he just converted
> Plasma Gun, etc. He maintained the SG2 balance of weapons vs. each
> vs. armour types. My conversion on the other hand tried to preserve
> relative relationships of power of weapon to weapon and weapon to
> present in the Traveller Universe, so a gauss rifle has stats that fit
> that context, rather than vanilla SG2 stats. Allan's conversion is up
> web somewhere (when I talk to him next I'll ask him where....) and so
> scenario Plasma Ambush, which is a Traveller scenario done in SG2. My
> conversion was only ever a partial job (some kinks to work out) and
> been published yet.
> Also, thanks to Redleg and Bobby for the links to some pics. They'll
> into the AAR shortly.
> Take care all,
> Thomas B
> "Now, I go to spread happiness to the rest of the station. It is a
> terrible responsibility but I have learned to live with it."
> Londo, A Voice in the Wilderness, Part I
> "To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like
> administering medicine to the dead." -- Thomas Paine
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