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  1. i would be interested
  2. ya the dragon age rpg has allot of good things greenronin did a great job also they released the rules is a stand along set of books called fantasy a,g,e, witch is the rules fromdragon age with out the setting. besides the fantasy and modern age system from green ronin be good to look at for how to handle the things already mentioned id say the only real thing from another rpg that may be useful in stargate with it being more cinematic action would possibly be the intrusion rules from cypher core by monte cook games. what it dues is allow players and gms to interrupt causing a event to happen. if the gm dues it he awards xp to the party for it. if a player does it he loses xp to power it. i have had fun with it in d&d5e games it adds a lil bit more bookkeeping but it really ids allot more cinematic and action campaigns. ya modiphius 2d20 which is used also is the engine of star trek adventures has a lot to offer. ill have to take a look at it beyond star trek adventures is im only familiar with its use in fallout adventures and star trek adventures. is to classes i could see base class then side bar that goes over that class being more focused to a specific culture and race, though is for other systems i may when it comes out deep die in the d&d 5e book arcana of the ancients. book when that releases is it seems to be a 5e book that could easily be mined for starcraft ideas and maybe some good strange critters to make some adventures around.
  3. np glade could help cear up somethings. dungeons and dragons with 3e and 5e moved away from the game engine only being able to do fantasy. 4e was more a tactical miniature game with rp elements. d&d5e is real streamline and light weight if anything it takes what works in d&d and gave it a modern update. its easy for new people to pick up and play and its also easily a sandbox can run more then just fantasy. infact it be easy with for a dm to run a outsiders type game drawing the pc party from different worlds to take ona big cosmic threat and it work with those worlds having drastic dif levels of magic psionics science and culture and not break the rules or have it so pcs were left is support to those coming from advanced worlds. d&d5e is the perfect engine for a mixed setting like stargate and being able to give everyone something to do whether there into combat or rp or prefer subterfuge and persuasion over run and gun. ya 5e is a drastic step from 2e though its a big step its the first d&d rules set sence 2e that truelly is fun. 2) 5e gives framework to work with and leaves allot of room for the gm is well is the players to customize things to meet there play style so there more actual in the hands of every group then finite being told what to do and when to do it. so while 5e is simple can really do some custom things with it. when u really deep dive into it it can get a bit overwhelming for some how open it is for customization. im sure the stargate rpg version of 5e will offer many options and opportunities of make it work for dif groups. ya the mmos death was hard for me too. well know i dont do forum rps were all ina discord private group do the rps much smaller intimate group and also easy to manage if some trouble goes down. im not sure tabletop simulator is a good virtual fit for a tabletop rpg im sure it can be done is i have done it but its a lot of work i have run some on tabletop simulator but they were rules light like eloy lasanta sins of the father and a few others. for virtual tabletop its far easier using astral,fantasy grounds, gm forge,roll20 ,foundry and im sure there a bunch of other vtts out there. ya im already talking to my cohorts in VTT creative works about how to support the rpg if there is no official VTT releases for the stargate rpg.
  4. ya in 2003 Alderac Entertainment Group had the pen and paper rights to stargate. they released books using the d20 aka d&d3e/3.5 engine they used is a base the spycraft rpg version of d20. now that right has expired is far is i know they still can sale the old books in pdf. now the pen and paper rpg rights are in wyvern gamings hands so there doing aa new game line powered by the d&d5e rules set. ya the mmorpg would been interesting if they continued working on it and it had been released. while that is sadly passed at least were getting a new tabletop rpg version of stargate, is for non rules rp in stargate i am involved in two play by post stargate rps at the moment there defined rules for charchter creation and what off limit topics but its fun lil down time rp opratunitiy i could not pass up.
  5. i have played and ran the Aeg sg-1 rpg nether being a player or gm lasted for more then 2 story arcs being done before everyone wanted to play something else. i ran 4 games and played in three games i own the irl books is well is the pdfs of the books. 3e and 3.5 were good versions of d&d but it was hard with all the rules options and mechanics to introduce new players no matter which setting you used. i liked what they did with the aeg rppg for taking 3/3.5 framework and building it for stargate currently i run stargate using a homebrew refit of the cypher rules set in modern day and one set in the stargate infinity timeline and a 1880s to 1919 au campaign using homebrew refit savage worlds and in a homebrew refit fate accelerated game set in the 1980s au for that campaign. im so ready for when it can happen to move those games over when it can be done to this official stargate rpg is it be fun to play in the setting powered by d&d5e plus i like to support official released product lines. getting new people to play be alot easier with a powered by d&d5e version of the setting. @nickeast there is allot of tabletop rpg communities online and alot of gamers out there. its easy meet people online get to know them then get a game going, also found allot of the people i play with just by talking to fans and intime lead into chatting about tabletop rpgs and got them interested in giving it a chance, though ill admit d&d 5e is a good rules set to to introduce people to the game and for those new to gamemaster to get into running games, im sure with stargate rpg being 5e compatible that finding games bith is a player and gm will be easyer. are you looking at more being a player or thinking of being a gammaster.
  6. hi i was very happy to see the announcement of a new stargate rpg and the boon it using d&D5e tmnt and other strangeness was my first tabletop rpg it was a gift from my nana poe. since getting that book i have mostly been a gm with rarity is a player.im so ready for new adventures and experiences in stargate. is for tabletop rpgs i play a lil of everything and run even more. i currently run 6 games we meet every other week so its three games a week and i play in two games. i run 2 stargate games one using the cypher rules set the other using the savage worlds rules set. its going to be nice to see the canon stargate rpg using the d&d5e engine. i also play in two stargate games one using the fate rules set and the other using cypher rules. is forcurrently other tabletop games currently run a invisible sun ,world of darkness v20, and starting up a d&d 5e group using a homebrew setting that's inspired by the recent ks arcana of the ancients. so ya i guess u could say im a bit of a geek and nerd and very much a tabletop rpg fan. is for vid game i tend to play vid games with deep story and character arcs.so mostly rpgs but like ttrpgs i am all for trying new things i started watching stargate sg-1 with the mid season 1 holiday break episode and been a very quick fan. i really had fun with what they did with merlin and morgan le fey. is for me i live in the usa but was born in the netherlands so both countries are my home. im a bit shy and reserved when i meet people being born with cerebral palsy and facing the cruelty of the world has made me shy and reserved though when talking about interests i have i very much come out of my shell same for when im role playing. i have the bad habit of when i get invested i go a bit all in. when not working i tend to work on allot of homebrewed ideas for tabletop games thats when im not inthe gmchair orbeinga player. i look forward to the new adventure and getting to meet all of you and all the interesting ideas and discussions to be had. also its cool getting to hang out in a virtual stargate command
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