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coyote6 wrote:You should probably include a link directly to the product page at RPGNow, so as to better facilitate impulse buying.
DSumner wrote:Ben, I just got Zodiac Ring as part of the bundle pack I downloaded from RPGNow, and I got say, I'm really enjoying it, and wish I'd picked it up sooner.
Emerald Flame wrote:I've had Zodiac Ring for a while but I am only just running it for my players. I have to say that they are really into it. I opted to have one of our group awakened as a Zodiac.
Ben Robbins wrote:Emerald Flame wrote:I've had Zodiac Ring for a while but I am only just running it for my players. I have to say that they are really into it. I opted to have one of our group awakened as a Zodiac.
Oooh definitely. Having a hero awakened as a Zodiac, or at least someone close like a significant other, is a real must. It kicks the superheroes out of the usual "who are we stopping this week" stance and sucks them right in.
Emerald Flame wrote:The adventure ended with the awakened character fighting for the ring with the other Zodiac member(s). It was fumbled (both parties rolled 1's) and then another member of the group picked up the ring. He then decided to rule the world. That was when everything went south!!!
Emerald Flame wrote:The government took the ring and advised the heroes that it was disposed of properly. <Dum Dum DUUUM>
Emerald Flame wrote:All in all, the adventure was very good and was very-much enjoyed.
DSumner wrote:Okay people, I finally finished reading Zodiac Ring, and I've got to say, I really felt like I got my money's worth with this one. I like the various options Ben has been kind enough to include, as well as the little bits of humor he's thrown in. I would really like to see the Zodiac Ring make a return trip as a printed source book some where down the line as thoroughly enjoyed it. If you're a GM with a couple of bucks you can spare, I'd recommend downloading a copy for your group. Overall I'd give it 3 out 4.
Ben Robbins wrote:You mean another PC? If so, that's a character who's really getting into the spirit of the thing! Kudos.
Ben Robbins wrote:"No one will ever look in this room filled with crates..." Good times, good times.
DSumner wrote:I would really like to see the Zodiac Ring make a return trip as a printed source book some where down the line as thoroughly enjoyed it.
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