@Reinderdijkhuis I'm open to it, but how do you pretend to be all of them when you stumble on a fernery?
@UnconventionalEmma as an ethnobotanist you might get a giggle out of the fact that this took place in a learning garden I run.
@webmind Yi qi, it's a dinosaur bat.
A little girl at work asked me if I wanted to know what her favorite #dinosaur was... I squatted down to her eye level (I'm 6'4" and she's a 5 year old) and said "I want all of you kids to listen to me carefully, I don't care what I'm doing or how old I am, I will ALWAYS want to know what somebodies favorite dinosaur is."
@pentaro how very Discworld of you... I love it.
@Yoric anything firmly dependent on the Aspect Fate Point Economy. Also most of the bonuses in Fate are a bit bigger than they would be in Fudge.
@viciousviscosity it's Fate based, but there is a Traveller edition, I've also been considering converting it back to fudge.
@viciousviscosity you can play a hyperintelligent asexual memetics engineer who, with the help of his AI-uplifted cephelapod assistant, and their captain who is also their ship, just might guide a bunch of (human, chimp, and Sasquatch) space Canadians out of an escalating civil war set to ravage their world....
@viciousviscosity I probably plug this setting far too much but the mindjammer RPG has a lot of stuff like that in it.
@viciousviscosity but they wouldn't engage in warfare as we know it due to the high risks of collateral damage, plus the target could always "salt the earth" literally. It would be all cultural manipulation, nanites, and engineered viruses. Their mightiest warriors would be psychohistorians in the humanities department.
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