Battlelords of the 23rd Century was a game I played in but never ran. My memories of the game are full of exciting gunplay... big guns, big gunplay... and edge of the seat gaming.
My original copy of the rules was a 1st or 2nd edition, packed away in a place that it's impossible for me to get to at this point, so a PDF copy of the 6th edition of the rules is a great way to play catch-up.
I don't recall the huge selection of races that is present in 6e, but I do recall I played an Orion Rogue, and we had a Ram Python in the party. Everyone seems to have a role in the party, and no race seemed like a poor choice (unlike RIFTS and it's many SDC classed in an MDC world).
It's a pleasure to be flipping thru the latest edition. I just need to find my old character sheet and see how it matches up. Heck, I'll need to break out my original dead tree copy, just to see the changes.
I wonder if I can get Dave to GM another session 15+ years later?
Tasha (and D&D 5e?) is for experts... and beginners. Is 5e OSRish anymore? - *Tasha's Cauldron of Everything* is the latest D&B 5e book. I'm probably skipping this one. And maybe a few more. Here is why. Hint: is not the reprinting ...
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