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J. Lionheart wrote:
The notorious "sexual deviations table" appeared in printings 1 through 4, both unrevised and revised. Printing 5 used the revised insanity tables, and I believe it is printing 6 that began using the Parkinson cover.


Hm, that is fascinating. I definitely have to check it out. I have a copy somewhere I picked up for passing around as a spare without realizing it was different than Second Edition. I just discarded it when I discovered the difference. Awe, the folly of youth... Apparently I don't know what I was missing. Was the sexual deviation chart a part of character generation?


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Grom the Goat Getter wrote:
J. Lionheart wrote:
The notorious "sexual deviations table" appeared in printings 1 through 4, both unrevised and revised. Printing 5 used the revised insanity tables, and I believe it is printing 6 that began using the Parkinson cover.


Hm, that is fascinating. I definitely have to check it out. I have a copy somewhere I picked up for passing around as a spare without realizing it was different than Second Edition. I just discarded it when I discovered the difference. Awe, the folly of youth... Apparently I don't know what I was missing. Was the sexual deviation chart a part of character generation?


It was part of the Insanity Tables, so basically, yeah, it was a part of Character Generation, albeit an optional part.

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My edition of PRPG, while lacking the sexual deviations table, still contains a couple references to rolling on that table under random insanity and the wizard's cauldron... so I still consider it canon :)

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