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Author Topic: Bamfsies poll is live
Knightsky
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Post Bamfsies poll is live
on: January 18, 2018, 19:26

Your chance to vote for the best superhero RPG product of 2017:

"Some people think realism is the ideal and don't like anything too unreal in their stories about superpowered people punching each other in the face as they fall off buildings. Some people don't like anything remotely absurd in stories about people from other planets who pass flawlessly for human.

The rest of us can only be sad for them." - Kurt Busiek

Majestic
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Posts: 3348
Post Re: Bamfsies poll is live
on: January 19, 2018, 16:56

Great idea making it easy for folks to vote from this site, Knightsky!

V&V GM and player since 1982 (my current campaign is 22 years old); also run West End Games d6 Star Wars monthly, as well as the occasional The One Ring and Marvel Heroic Roleplaying game

Knightsky
Cosmic Superhero
Posts: 127
Post Re: Bamfsies poll is live
on: January 20, 2018, 16:29

I actually just was posting the link - the poll embedded itself in the post on its own.

"Some people think realism is the ideal and don't like anything too unreal in their stories about superpowered people punching each other in the face as they fall off buildings. Some people don't like anything remotely absurd in stories about people from other planets who pass flawlessly for human.

The rest of us can only be sad for them." - Kurt Busiek

Jeff
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Post Re: Bamfsies poll is live
on: January 23, 2018, 20:50

I voted! 😉

-Jeff

Jeff
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Posts: 1244
Post Re: Bamfsies poll is live
on: January 24, 2018, 10:48

We are currently in 3rd place, closing in fast on #2. Vote now, and thank you!

-Jeff

dan2448
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Post Re: Bamfsies poll is live
on: January 25, 2018, 10:57

Checking the current poll results just now, it appears to be V&V vs. Champions, just like 35 years ago.

Both of these books were also Kickstarter projects. I wonder whether that's coincidence, or whether there's some causation in there, too, somehow.

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