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All my X-Men live in Texas...

I really need to be working... and what am I doing? Contemplating the pwoducktion of a RedSOW...

It's amazzling!

X2 nitpick: When they are in Bobby's (Iceman's) house, Pyro tells Bobby's floks taht the "mutant gene" (*eyeroll*) is sex-linked, i.e., resides on the sex chromosome. It has to be X-linked, though, or we'd have no femaul mutants. Fair enough; the X chromosome has 5% of the mammalian genome compared to 1% on the Y chromosome. This brings up two problems:

So, Pyro was just plain wrong: it could not have been Iceman's dad's "fault" (he should have just replied "yes, it is your `fault'"). :-)

In nay case... all operant metafunctions are sex-linked? Huh?

Here's a USENET post I wrote a couple of years ago about the X-Men and Julian May's metapsychic operants. And here's a TORG link that may or may not make Chips (crypthanatopsis) happy.

You're a Purist!

What type of LotR fan are you?
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Only I'm knot. And it's knot Khazâd, it's Khuzdûl. Oops. No, wreally, I'm knot.

You Are Beauty
You are Beauty.
You are beautiful, whether it be on the inside, the
outside, or both. People are drawn to you as
strongly as you are drawn to the beauty in the
world around you.

What Emotion Are You?
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professor x
You are Professor X!
You are a very effective teacher, and you are very
committed to those who learn from you. You put
your all into everything you do, to some extent
because you fear failure more than anything
else. You are always seeking self-improvement,
even in areas where there is nothing you can do
to improve.

Which X-Men character are you most like?
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Wlokay, this seems correkt, I think.



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May. 8th, 2003 08:11 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the link
If you're looking for a change in pace in role-playing, check out Grey Lotus. It's for a fantasy setting, but it's really quite Celtic in theme, and it's open source, which makes it the first of its kind, I believe. Also, Monte Cook's Arcana Unearthed is looking very cool, even if it is d20 and pretty much compatible with core 3E.
May. 8th, 2003 09:55 pm (UTC)
Re: Thanks for the link
You're welcome, and thanks for your links!
Have you ever tried the open-source thingamabob FUDGE?

I drafted a titanic meta-campaign in FUDGE that I was going to run for my teenaged cousins in 1995, but we had so much fun playing with the sproglets that we never got around to it.

I see now that there is an interconversion system with Steve Jackson's GURPS. Artworx seems to have gotten a bint better. Will wodners never cease?

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