60 Ways to personalize your BattleMech
Ice chest next to heat sinks filled with Old English 800
Radar detector on dashboard
Flame decals on sides
CD player w/ Dolby Surround-sound.
Picks up dirty satellite channels
Custom exhaust manifold
Luggage rack over Tactical Targeting Modual
3 year or 30,000 mile service contract
I just finished watching this movie, it arrived today via USPS only a week delayed from projected delivery. The Web-site said their was a delay in a part of the package that was not the movie. OK. Works for me.
I did spend the dollars and get the deluxe version. The box set is nice, with cover artwork around the outer cardboard shell. Sliding that off, you have a heavier cardboard box, open at the bottom for the goodies to fall out. The artwork is the same and is iconic to the game.
This on-going set of scenarios is a sincere, heartfelt ripoff of the old TV show Millennium. The show followed the investigations and probable mental deterioration of Frank Black, a possibly psychic former FBI profiler and potential recruit for a millennial apocalypse cult. A little dark for network TV, the show only ran three seasons.
Player characters will be members of the Ouroboros
I recently posted a review of an awful, dreadful movie in which I asserted it might make a good game.
You can check the movie out yourself here for $3. It's a bargain at twice the price.
At any rate, in the Scenariodrome, we put up or shut up. So it's time to find out how good
I hate vampires. Don't get me wrong, I love to hate them. Pulp fiction wouldn't be the same without them. It'd be like baseball without the Yankees. The default position of the Scenariodrome is this: Vampires Are Bad. They do not sparkle. Their love does not transcend the ages. They are demonic, parasitic vermin that must be dispatched coolly, efficiently, and with extreme prejudice.