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Unread postPosted: Tue Aug 15, 2017 12:57 am
  

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Gallahan wrote:
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I've been following this thread off and on for years, as you know.


Tearstone, my apologies. I've been away from these forums for a while. :)
My interest in BTS and Palladium faded because they didn't support BTS (and still haven't) since they released BTS 2nd Ed. But, I still love and appreciate Palladium and understand the business decisions they've had to make in order to survive. That being said, I want to add what little creative support to one of my favorite RPG multiverses ever.

I don't know if they want unsolicited support for BTS, but I still have some adventure/sourcebook ideas that might be popular and reinvigorate one of their most beloved games/genres... Beyond the Supernatual.


Callahan, I know I'm late to the party, but I could have hours of fun rolling and rolling and rolling for the endless possibilities here. Like you, I wish BtS2 would get fully developed. I hope PB picks up on these ideas (or perhaps they have BtS2 plans we are unaware of):

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Anyhow, I appreciate all the work you put into this.

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Unread postPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2019 2:08 pm
  

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Has anyone put these into a downloadable document yet? I'd love to be able to download these in a doc to use in my games.


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Unread postPosted: Fri Mar 15, 2019 12:13 pm
  

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Has anyone put these into a downloadable document yet? I'd love to be able to download these in a doc to use in my games.

If you highlight everything (all 6 tables), "copy" the text, open a blank Word document, then "paste" everything you copy onto the blank document, you'll be good to go. It takes less than one minute and works like a charm.

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Unread postPosted: Sun Dec 06, 2020 12:44 am
  

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Wow... It’s been YEARS since I’ve visited Palladium’s community. And, it’s great to see that you’re using the tables. I think they’re a LOT of fun. These tables were printed in an issue of the RIFTER, too. Maybe one day if/when Palladium develops BEYOND THE SUPERNATURAL, I’ll re-do these tables. They’re SO FUN. But, after submitting them to the Rifter, they never really got back to me, ignored my calls, never sent me any copies, etc. But, I do love Palladium, their games, and will always love them. However, they did take the wind out of my sails when after I submitted the tables for publication, they never returned my calls, etc. That being said, this company and its products were and are the elements of fond memories for me personally.

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Unread postPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2020 8:01 am
  

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Gallahan wrote:
It’s great to see that you’re using the tables.


Still using the tables?! Are you kidding me?!! Of course they're still in use. They are ESSENTIAL, on the fly adventure generators for ANY game line. It doesn't have to be BTS. If you don't want horror, leave that table out. Anyone who wants to bang out a one shot for a can use this as a quick and dirty framework to get the dice rolling. I love it and won't stop singing it's praises.

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Amazing Nate; Thanks for your support!

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