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  1. Hi all, now that the core rulebook is out we're in a better position to focus on getting the episodes out. The following is the schedule we plan to keep to for the remainder of Season 1. This schedule is subject to change to accommodate for convention premier dates, but this should provide you with good guidance on timing. Episode 1 Release - March 2021 Wrap Up - September 30, 2021 Episode 2 Release - March 2021 Wrap Up - September 30, 2021 Episode 3 Release - September 16, 2021 (Gen Con) Wrap Up - November 30, 2021 Episode 4 Release - September 16, 2021 Wrap Up - November 30, 2021 Episode 5 Release - November 26, 2021 (San Diego Comic Con) Wrap Up - January 30, 2022 Episode 6 Release - November 26, 2021 (San Diego Comic Con) Wrap Up - January 30, 2022 Episode 7 Release - January 30, 2022 Wrap Up - March 31, 2022 Episode 8 Release - January 30, 2022 Wrap Up - March 31, 2022 Episode 9 Release - March 31, 2022 Wrap Up - May 31, 2022 Episode 10 Release - March 31, 2022 Wrap Up - May 31, 2022 Episode 11 Release - May 31, 2022 Wrap Up - July 31, 2022 Episode 12 Release - May 31, 2022 Wrap Up - July 31, 2022 Episode 13 Release - August 4, 2022 (Gen Con) Wrap Up - October 31, 2022
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  2. I don't see anything in the rules about replaying modules. Are players allowed to play a module again with a different character, or are people who have been a GM for a module allowed to play through that module after they have been a GM for it?
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  3. Until there is a gate network connecting all game conventions together, Wyvern Gaming's staff can't be everywhere. That is why we need YOU! Do you have a game convention in your area? Would you like to run and/or coordinate Stargate Phoenix Living RPG Series games and get rewarded for it at the same time? If yes, then you are reading the right post. Here is what we need from you at least 1 month prior to the convention: Send us an email at gaming@wyverngaming.com with the subject of "Convention Support - [name of convention]." In the email we need to know the following information: Your Name The email address you use on stargateTheRPG.com Your mailing address Name of the Convention Convention Dates Number of Episode Runs you are planning Create Episode Runs within the PLAY section of this site for each table you are planning to run Ensure that players join Episode Runs and GMs submit After Action Reports for each table that is ran Here is what we will do for you if you are planning over 15 Episode Runs: Announce your convention games to our growing StargateTheRPG.com community. In addition, we can make a call for GMs on your behalf Officially list the convention on our Stargate Convention Calendar Provide you with a convention specific Discord channel on the Wyvern Gaming Discord Server Provide you with printed pre-gen character sheets Provide you with digital PDFs of the current season of episodes currently available Badge lanyards for your Gatemasters and Coordinator so people know who they are If you are planning an event with over 30 Episode Runs, we will also provide the following: Give-away package containing various Stargate SG-1 Roleplaying Game accessories and add-ons If 90% of the tables you planned to run have valid After Action Reports within a week after the convention you will also receive: $80 in credit on StargateTheRPG.com Note: We do reserve the right to deny convention support in certain circumstances.
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  4. I'll make sure to add this in the next version of the Living Series Guide, but the rule is that a player can play an episode multiple times, but they must use different characters each time. A character can only play an episode once. Thanks
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  5. Looks like the STL files currently released are for Resin printers. Is there a plan to also release versions of the STLs for Filament printers?
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  6. My books arrived yesterday. Woot! Now, if I can get some folks to join up with me to play this online over FoundryVTT.
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  7. "This means any PCs who did not go off-world are not fit to continue with the episode." You really expect any GM to tell his/her players that they cannot continue with the episode? Really?? Honestly, who did think of something like this at the beginning of the first episode? Neither players nor the GM have any experience with the system at this moment. To tell a GM to kick PCs out of the party for not jumping blindly into the gate without the instructor is not only a very bad style but most probably the end of the campaign before it has begun, since no one is gonna sit around at the table for the rest of the evening and do nothing. So my first task in this new season is to a) railroad my players to blindly jump through the gate and b) injure one PC in the process, giving them a bad experience. Both are things I cannot do as a GM, which is why I made the following changes: First, the introduction already leads the players through the gate, since I know these guys will try to repair the coolant leak if given the chance, with the risk of getting injured and - following your rules - getting kicked out instead of a recovery. And second, they get an additional "red shirt" who gets the injury. I know the episodic structure forces a tighter story telling, but using just the methods that you yourself told us in the rulebook to avoid in our gameplay .. that's not the way.
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