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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Leapers, Rot Dogs and Spider Goats - Oh My!

I've been sick since early last week, so please forgive the lack of posts.

I'm still feeling a bit under the weather, but here's a little morsel to keep things rolling around here: a character sheet for Goblinoid Games' Mutant Future. I've never played the game myself, and have only given the rules a bit more than a glance. But I like what I've seen, and if the support shown for the game by Gamma World fans is any indicator, I may have to break down and give it a go. (I've been reluctant to do so not because there appears to be anything wrong with the game, but because I'm perfectly content with first-edition Gamma World.)

Throw in the fact that the e-book of the game is free, and I suppose it's hard to go wrong. (The fact that it's based on Labyrinth Lord, Goblinoid's retro-clone of my beloved B/X D&D, really makes it even harder to go wrong.)

Whether I end up playing the game or not, it seems there are a bunch of folks out there who like it. So, here's a Mutant Future sheet, with a style similar to my Gamma World character sheet - in both plain and colored versions:

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  1. I've been ill, too. Hope you recover swiftly and fully.

    Very nice sheet. :)

  2. Sweet Sheet. The yellow one feels particularly awesome.

  3. Hope you are feeling better!

    Thank you for the sheet, that is awesome.

  4. @rpgcharacters & ancientvaults: Thanks!

  5. Sweet. Nothing says "infinite potential" than a blank character sheet. And these look awesome.

  6. @Tim Brannan: Thanks. And if you roll the way I usually do, said potential becomes finite rather quickly. :P

  7. Posted a link to here in my latest PC creation post for Mutant Future. http://rpgcharacters.wordpress.com/2009/05/30/mutant-future-lady-kneivel-mutant-ladybug/

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