Your Talons worked great! Batman was presented with quite the puzzle to figure out...and lots of fun was had.Thorpacolypse wrote:Jaysin1414 wrote:Welcome back. Glad to hear your child is strong and healthy. Personally, nothing changed my life for the better than becoming a husband and father...it's a heck of a ride. Enjoy the precious moments.Taliesin wrote: I also have a "M&M-lite" that I was using a while back to ease new players into the game and which I've had a little time to refine, so look for that.
Very much looking forward to this. I ran my first ever M&M 3e games this past weekend (a Superboy scenario from the quickstart, and a Batman one-shot against the Talons) and all went well, but anything that would help both me and new players ease into the game would be greatly appreciated.
Yay! A Tally sighting! And glad to hear that Tal-El is going well. Totally agree with Jaysin1414, being Father Thorpacolypse is the best thing I have ever done. Time goes fast though, so enjoy the time of being a PL15 to him while it lasts. In about 10 years, you'll be a PL5 and your Int score will be about -2 as far as he's concerned.
If you used my Talons, Jaysin1414, I hoped they worked well for you.
Truth be told, I had always been really intimidated by the idea of running M&M because I thought it'd be hard to run. Quite the contrary, it ran great...very intuitive and easy to understand. My friend, who's never played before, caught on really quickly and we had a great couple of game sessions. My unease with building characters is still there...it seems so daunting...but the game itself, using existing characters (including your Talons) couldn't have gone smoother. Thanks!
Hopefully Taliesin can point out a few ways to make the game even easier to pitch to new players with the M&M Lite he mentioned, because I'd love to present M&M3e to my main game group and run a nice, long campaign.