If you eat 500 fortune cookies, will you get 500 different fortunes? The author's lifelong odd little hobby of saving every last fortune cookie slip since the day he learned to read answers the question.
Provided are the 494 unique fortunes provided by 668 fortune cookies, right down to the strange spelling errors and broken english. Also included is advice on how to integrate fortune cookies as... [click here for more]
ARP Publication plans for 2017. It has been a few years since our last publication and now we're planning to come back with a vengeance. The product lines mentioned in this document rise from the ashes during the remainder of the year. ... [click here for more]
20! Different! Ways! Yep. TWENTY ways ammunition is stored with a gun. This product tells you about all of them, acting as a primer that can be referred to when questions arise in the gun data. ... [click here for more]
The first gun of the new series! And a new gun at that. We start out with one of the first, if not the first military rifle to be fitted with a burst limiter. Despite the reputation of German engineering, it was actually a feature of one of Italy's homegrown candidates to replace the rather elderly M1891 Carcano rifle. This candidate was the Breda Modello 1935 Presa Gas Rifle. The weapon was used pre-WW2... [click here for more]
Time to start delving into the arcane details of the rules systems. This product details our reverse engineering and other details regarding the Action! System. With it, you'll know how we came to our final statistics. ... [click here for more]
Introduction to the new and revised Big Bang weapon series. The first year will focus on guns and bullets. This primer details the basic data we will present for the 19 systems that the new version will support. Among the systems we'll be supporting are:
Real World Data, so you have the basis to go at it for everything else Gun Opera D20 Modern (D20 Modern, D20 Future, Modern Path, Modern Future,... [click here for more]