Lord Soth wrote:Hey TAG,
Umm.. Hello! You know we're not
TAG, right? You're in the Blur!
Lord Soth wrote:
I'm loving RE. I have the pdf and have pre-ordered the hardback. I'm actually beginnining a campaign in January, using RE as the setting and the Daring Tales of Adventures for the adventures. I did have a couple of quick questions though.
#1. Will there be GM screen inserts, Figure Flats, and most importantly, a downloadable character sheet?
Such things are in the queue. Your patience is appreciated!
Lord Soth wrote:
#2. The pregenerated super hero character in RE has Fly, but Fly is a Veteran level Power. Is this a mistake or is there a setting rule that I completely missed that allows for this?
Yep. You missed it.
The Ravaged ignore RANK requirements when selecting Edges, both at character creation and beyond, but they still have to meet all other prerequisites. (This is on page 8 under Step 3: Special Abilities, last paragraph.) This, naturally, includes new powers.
Lord Soth wrote:#3. A better place to ask this one might be on the PEG forums, but here goes. We won't be using the pre-gen characters in my game and I notice one of them is Rich. Does one of the PCs have to have the Rich Edge for some of the adventures work? I'm thinking this character is supposed to be buying plane tickets, equipment and what-have-you for the group.
Thanks in advance!
I cannot speak directly to this last question, but I can only say that if you review how we suggest handling money in RE, there are multiple ways to make certain such plot complications (ones concerning money) are overcome if they do arise. For example, you can easily introduce a sponsor of some sort or other to propel the story forward. Monetary concerns rarely keep world-traveling adventurers still for very long, unless its necessary to your narrative.
I hope that helps!