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Conversion: GURPS® to Fudge®
This page gives guidelines for converting character statistics from GURPS (Published by Steve Jackson Games), to Fudge, the infinitely customiseable system ...
Where Worlds Collide » Blog Archive » SFX Book Meme, Part 4 (33-01)
Jul 7, 2008 ... Another writer of ‘Extruded Fantasy Product’ - I’ve only read a couple of his books, but they’re so D&D that you can even work out when ...
Where Worlds Collide » 2007 » March
Friday was the warm up, consisting of an ‘open mic session’ around an imitation campfire, plus a set by the local band Rushing With Apathy. ...
Where Worlds Collide » Blog Archive » Panic Room, Swansea and London
Feb 2, 2009 ... Panic Room, Swansea and London. I started my live music for 2009 with two gigs on two nights by the same band, in two completely different ...
Where Worlds Collide » Blog Archive » November Gig Madness - Part 1
November Gig Madness - Part 1. Three gigs in five days, in two different cities. We start in Manchester, with Marillion at their usual ...
Where Worlds Collide » Blog Archive » Make Your Own Bus Slogan
A web-based bus slogan generator to make your own version of the infamous ... so stop worrying and get on with your life”. ‘Tis true. ...
Where Worlds Collide » 2006 » April
Hedges Hill Cutting. A prime example of minimum space N inspirational for people who didn’t think they had space for a layout. It’s very small but extremely ...
Where Worlds Collide » Blog Archive » Book Review: Layout Designs ...
Dec 7, 2006 ... Apart from a couple of big 00 steam-age loft-busters, most are room-sized plans, suitable for fitting in to the sort of space modellers are ...
Cornish Speedlink formations 1986-1991
Formations of Cornish Speedlinks. ... hoppers were also common, used on workings both to Scotland and to the continent via the Dover-Dunkirk train ferry. ...
Par Photo Gallery
Par was a good place to photograph wagonload freight in action; almost all freight traffic ran first to St Blazey yard, which lies half a mile along the ...
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