Peoples! Unfrizz your damn tails! I'm a day early, but hell, every day is CATurday, right?Anyways I just completed the Fate rules for playing a CATastrophe setting. That's right, something to present.Here we go.
>>31710419Because1: I've been trying to get it done but people kept on making damn CATastrophe threads when no devs are even ready to present their flavor of CATastrophe, burning people out.2: I really didn't want to even talk about CAtastrophe until I was done with rules.3: Now that they are done I'm thinking of opening up a site or a method for people to submit settlements or regions to go with the rules. I am making sup some myself, but I was stuck in Dev hell.To be honest, I felt complete. So I thought it was time.
CATastrophe thread Is Go
>>31710508You shouldn't have bothered, anon.
>>31710508Careful: When you need to make sure you do something right the first time, Careful is as careful does! This is also your common sense.Clever: Grease monkeys, geniuses, and intellectuals sport this approach as one of their best.Flashy: If you're a show-off, this is your best bet. If you love attention, what better way to get it than being flashy!Forceful: You're a runaway freighter, having this as your best makes you a rugged athlete or accomplished weightlifter.Quick: Like a snake, you wiggle away from certain knock-outs and use your agility and dexterity.Sneaky: Trying to snatch that shiny? You might have to get around that Giant Crab that old Kuma uses to guard his junk yard.I think you did a poor job with reiterating the approaches. Approaches are NOT ability scores like Str/Dex/Con/Int/Wis/Cha, they're how you do things.Clever isn't all-around intelligence, it's how fast you can think up things on the fly, unlike Careful letting you think things over time.Forceful isn't just your strength, it's how well you do things forcefully, even intimidating someone.Quick isn't just your agility and dexterity, it's how good you are at doing things QUICKLY, even social things.Sneaky is also about misdirection through words, etc.Maybe try just copy and pasting the approach descriptions from FAE and editing the descriptions only minimally?
>>31710786Oh go screw a goat, Anon.Can't appreciate hard work? At least don't complain.> Dem ppl...
>>31710903To be fair, you did a great job with the stunts.
>>31710903I didn't want to copy the original text verbatim. That and I sort of wanted to frame the descriptions of each Approach in terms of the setting.
>>31710956That's a good idea, but try making people think of using aspects in other ways, like using Careful to think intelligently over a long time, or Forceful to scare someone away, or Quick to get the first word into an argument.
>>31710912It doesn't look like much, though? Just a bunch of home rules.
>>31711055To be honest between my rules "hack" and the main rules, that should be self evident. The target audience would probably already be thinking such things. Fate players are a creative lot, I've discovered.
>>31711090It's some pretty decent rules.I like the stunts and the ship rules.
>>31710410Newfag here. What is this?
>>31712012Here, let me help you with that...http://1d4chan.org/wiki/CATastrophe
Thanks OP! These look good, I will give it a shot with my group.
>>31712131Fantastic artwork, interesting premise (I hope it really isn't furry though). It would be funny if this happened in the same universe as Aquanox (very dark setting in which people toil in underwater habitats and fight for surivival against eldrich horrors) - meanwhile on the surface there are catgirls
>>31712388I sort of intended for people to just run their settings, and keeping my rules "setting neutral" so anyone can run anything they want with it. Although mine is designed for a more cartoonish and lighthearted setting, there isn't anything stopping anyone from doing something else with it.
>>31712464Cta:FA on surfaceAquanox in oceanGurps inbetween
I thought of making CATastrophe town generator in Orteil's gen, with-town size-town tech level-town quirks (several)any ideas?
So when did bears become a race in this?
As a welshman, will there be a GOAT edition of this?
>>31712388>(very dark setting in which people toil in underwater habitats and fight for surivival against eldrich horrors)That's how CATastrophe was ruined the first time! Also responsible was the shoehorning of various animal girls that had no business being there in the first place(bear-girls for instance) and all the shit flinging between the grimdarkfags and the light hearted adventurefags ultimately turned it sour for everyone involved. Things got better though, there's a few versions of CATastrophe for different systems floating around being tinkered with.
>>31716118Are you trying to tell me I can't run a Dead Space inspired campaign in CATastrophe?
Awesome, I've been waiting for an updated version of this. Thanks, OP.Now to find a group who will let me run it for them.
>>31716303Contact details? Method of play?
>>31710410Umm... so it's like Waterword, only with cat people instead of Kevin Costner? Don't cats hate water?
>>31716543I'm not entirely sure when I'll be able to run a game in the near future but when I can I usually run games over Skype via mic.However if you want to discuss, my skype name is Gyrocoptor. I'm a very mediocre GM though.
>>31710410I appreciate the work you and any others that have put your time and effort into this. For a while i was afraid the assholes had pushed you into quitting.
I want more setting! I want more characters, politics, mechs/monsters, cities and dungeons. I realize that this setting is awesome, but the lightheartedness seems to take away from there existing any major event for characters to deal with. I propose the next worldbook have multiple campaign ideas suggested including one major story arc. Also, a walk through style campaign (complete with maps!) could be provided to kick start running a game.Did OP mention in an earlier thread about a page being set up for the purpose of helping create this game? I'd like to help if it's wanted.
Alright, so That Damn Catfolk got tempbanned by accident and won't be around until tomorrow afternoon.So to try and inspire discussion, character ideas! What kind of kemo would you guys like to play as?
I liked that one idea that one Anon had about adding rules for contests instead of straight conflicts.It would avoid straight up teen neko drama being the only conflict and it would give players some concepts for things to do. When someone says "Race ya there!", actually _race_ them there! When someone says "Let's have a pie eating contest!", work it out!
Thanks for the hard work.
>>31719707Fate Accelerated already has rules for contests.
Has anyone actually played CATastrophe?Is it playable?[/spoiler]Is anyone running a game?Can I be an operator catgirl who operates operationally?[/spoiler]
>>31720688Oh fuck me, I'm a dumbass.
>>31720688Someone get a roll20 game going
>>31720688I haven't really been keen on any of the rulesets I've seen yet.I should pick up the project where I left it off, but the guy who was helping me when I was basically the only dev working on it stole all my work and released it as his own.It's disheartening.
>>31720688>>31720736I'm willing to GM, will you guys be free Saturday evenings EST?
>>31720889Oh that works for me. What do you use, IRC, Roll20, other?
>>31720889IRC, MapTool, Roll20?Contact details?
>>31720926>>31720928Skype is Gyrocoptor. Not all the details have been hashed out, but we'll definitely be playing via Roll20.
>>31721002Well shit, I needed an excuse to pull out skype again.
>>31721002Alright, any specific time?
>>31721098Details are sketchy but I'm hoping 8 PM EST on Saturdays.
I'd love to join but my saturdays are shot. The next one is at least,
All the art in that pdf looks really amateur.
Okay, out of the penalty box! Also in a Roll20 game suddenly.
Oh, my Skype is thatdamncatfolkpilot if anyone wants to talk CATastrophe. That and I can point you to someone getting set for a Roll20 game.
Awesome job man! Thank oyu for sticking around and finishing it! Hope to see feedback about it.What about the bestiality/pedia? Is that still being worked on?
>>31727194>bestialityLong may you be remembered for this.
>>31727244oh god I dun fucked up good!!!!I meant BESTIARY not bestiality fuck my shitty english...Please just kill me now!
>>31727194>bestialityI always knew it was a game for furfags!
>>31727194>>31727455>>31727244Well, I guess my blunder officially ruined everything now, this thread, the game, the setting... our reputation...Well at least you have someone to blame this shit on.
>>31727516You are taking a joke way too personally, friend.
>>31727516THIS IS ALL YOUR FAAAAAAAAAULT!
>>31710410>people kept on making damn CATastrophe threadsYou don't own Catastrophe. If people like making those threads, they have every right (if it is a positive thread)
>>31727753Yeah, but without noise from the devs there was just too much opportunity for trolls and negative-nancy asswipes to take the threads over.Checking in again, by the way:https://soundcloud.com/arizona-music/sets/catastrophe-soundtrack
>>31729598Also here's one I don't think I've put in a thread yet (although my memory IS weak as shit, so there's that).The last time I was asked to come up with an "adventure" theme, I wrote "Setting Off". It got some positive response, but I still didn't think it was quite what they'd asked for in the first place... so I tooled around with something vaguely more orchestral-sounding.https://soundcloud.com/arizona-music/casting-off-at-dawn-heading
I would really like more examples of Post-Apocalyptic settlements, and only This and Deadlands seem willing to supply.
Sleepy, there is only one way you can atone. Feel like drawing for us?Also, your kitten has returned. I'm now in a Roll 20 game, and I'm refreshed and really itching to start fluffing up some settlements.I'll be posting them on the site which shall not be named unless I want to get temp-banned again.
>>31731981Website? what, for CATastrophe? how can I find out what it is without you getting banned?
>>31732082It's a filehosting site called box.Apparently linking to it here will catch you a 6 hour ban from a adminbot.
>>31732098broquest got a website, how come not catastrophe?
As the one who posted this picture, and nudged that thread in the "I wonder what this world is like, lets discus it and make a setting" direction, which directly led to CATastrophe, I don't know if I should apologize or be proud.
>>31731981Okay I suppose I coukld draw for CATastrophe. I am actually drawing stuff for the Quest right now. It's just too many stuff to draw for it it feels forever.So what's in your mind ?
>>31732194You did good, bro. Where did you get that picture, btw?
>>31732240It's for the Roll20 game i'm in. I'm not satisfied with just a portrait, so I thought having a full body of my mechanic/genius character would be nice.She's wearing a sailor uniform (but not schoolgirl style, more naval, and with medium-legnth white cargo shorts) a life vest on in a way where she manages to have the collar of her blouse over it (and the collar protects her neck and cheeks when it inflates too), and pretty much has whatever else you can glean from the pic.And maybe put a bandaid on her tail from a botched mechanic job would be cool too.
>>31732298alright I'll get to that one
>>31732252I got it here, in a scenery porn thread. A few years ago I seamed to have a knack for starting setting threads.This one was another one of mine we made a setting for. Didn't get more popular then 2 or 3 threads, but we still spent a weekend hammering something up.
>>31732194Never apologize. For better or worse, none of this would be happening without you.
>>31732194 Great men are forged in fire, it is the privilege of lesser men to light the flame.Thanks for kicking this off, man.
>>31732298I'll stream for ya a bit while I am at it>>http://www.livestream.com/sleepy_drawfag
I have to admit, everyone, that I do appreciate the feedback. positive and negative. As long as it's constructive. I do read everything here, although I am trying to learn to ignore the trolls. Bit rough when it's your idea on the table when it happens.But you guys here have been great and I would be out of order if I didn't thank Maestro for setting the course with his work. He's been a HUGE help and he's been a real trooper. In a way, he's the heart and soul while I've been the brains of the operation.Although not to belittle his intelligence, he's as sharp as I am. He's just better at letting the rain fall off his back while I get all frizzed.
>>31733049You sell yourself short. Nine tenths of the real work on the ruleset was yours, if not more.
>>31733712Well outside of the mechanics that Evil Hat created, yeah.
Awesome.Now I gotta finally get to figuring out the technicalities of recording webcam play and Roll20 or whatever it's called (or something similar) and find the missing players.We'll use the PAWS beta though, none of us is familiar with FATE.I'll try to make English subtitles for our sessions and will link them when it happens.
>>31733805Looking forward to seeing it. I've never had an opportunity to play FATE either, so I can sympathize.
I'm starting to put together some stuff to run a game myself in a couple months. I guess my region is also going to be my game setting. :pPic: A Doktor from Veritas.
You know, I keep thinking... What sort of characters are everyone thinking of boulding for their games. I guess it's storytime in a way?Also, recruit if you want... let's start havin' some adventures out there!
Art dump time too, maybe?
I think I'll Start...Ayame Soyokaze, 20The town mechanic and engineer for hire, the Nekomimi inherited her family's business when her parents disappeared during a hurricane.She works on various machines and ships for the settlement, and has invented a remote controlled speedboat she uses to pull herself along for para-sailing. In fact she "invented" the RC Parasail system.She is the character Sleepy's drawing right now. ^_^
CAPTCHA: the uneemor
>>31735984Always remember a lazy friend is useful for something.>>31736046Also a pretty clever gadget.
I don't remember who this was a request for.
I know this was for something TDCP thought up.
>>31736161Yeah, damn pekobird decided that pecking an engine's housing was smart...
>>31735295I have two.Mimi is a tough bunny girl, who offers her services as "muscle". She's tough, she's cool and she likes to lift. Not very ladylike though.Zond is a thrill-seeker cat. She likes surfing, looking for shines where no one has looked for before and making stuff happen.
Not as proud of these, but you might as well see what I was working on when I spilled water on my sketchbook.
>>31736554Are those trees growing out of the water Kemos have turned into a tree-town? So cool!
>>31736554CAPTCHA: postsrvf relations
Decided to post an ad for the CATastrophe game here:>>31736772
>>31735905>>31732298Here is the drawing I did at the stream for Catfolk Pilot of his character Ayame.
>>31736931"Ayame Soyokaze, reporting for duty!"
>>31736931and a second pic of her after she fell overboard after her invention worked.
>>31736956Yeah, I think the design of the vest is now proper for mass production.
Also a picture of a Foxguy sailor NPC from the CATastrophe Restaurant building quest that I started ages ago but never continued after the second session. I might continue it someday but still a lot of work will be needed.>>31737024and I saved your works Maestro, keep making the awesome music you did until now.
>>31736931>>31736956Thank you, Sleepy, your forgiven for your typo. ^_^
>>31737061Oh, and he definitely looks like he's ready for a long sailing trip.Man, You are credit to team!
>>31737127Much thanks, good nighty ya'll!
>>31736046>airboat hangliderFuckin genius. I'm now imagining someone charging that thing straight into a particularly gnarly wave to give them enough air to glide all the way to their destination.
Hot damn. Was worried this died. Where besides these threads is active development going on? the IRC channels seem dead. Been spending the last few weeks trying to put together a cohesive setting with the information from these threads so I can run a game this summer.
>>31737351Why you think the brits put ramps on their aircraft carriers?Now just think of some bacon-grade Kemo deciding to ride that wave like a half-pipe to destiny.
>>31737218But before Ieave I almost forgot to post the latest achievement of CATastrophe science!BEHOOOLD!
>>31737351Well, I can't take full credit for something that already exists. Google "amphibious ultralight" and you'll get some idea of what's out there.>>31737378Well, I know TDCP here is working on fluff for his own setting, now that he's got the ruleset finished.
>>31737804Huh, now I feel dumb. I've heard of ultralights and I know about amphibious planes, but I've never seen the two mixed together.
>>31737658How about instead of "crabtipult", just "crabipult"?
>>31737837I think the main thing I added to it was the idea that you could store this thing aboard a bigger boat (like the catamaran in my picture), and just pull all the parts out and assemble it when you need it -- like when you've anchored outside a lagoon that you can't otherwise get into because the boat won't clear the reef or sandbar or whatever's in the way.CAPTCHA: and vigoroC
>>31737658Someone made the smart neko angry...
Any suggestions as to how the hell I would pitch this to a group of ordinary people who aren't furries as something that isn't a glorified furfest? Not trying to troll, I promise. It looks like it'd be a fun setting to run/play, but, well, you know.
>>31739909Play up the anime vibe. Play up the scifi aspect. Emphasize that these look exactly like humans except with animal ears and a tail. None of that full body furry bullshit. tl;dr genetically modified humans made by scientists who watched too much anime, not furries.
>>31739909It may be helpful to point out that most catgirls generally aren't considered outright furry.
>>31739909Whip out the chart.
>>31740833That.Also I'd emphasize that the game is more about the comraderie of the team, exploring the unknown, and having one hell of a time in the process.If people aren't cheering, laughing, clapping, or all of the above at least once a session, you gotta step the game up.
>>31740856Having a few drinks with your gaming group while playing wouldn't hurt either.
>>31741027I like to get hyper with as much caffeine and sugar as I can.Also, tell a good story. Be it epic or every day stuff. Make it memorable.
>>31739909If your friends are the type of people who would flip out into a kiddish "hurr durr furshit" episode over anything anthropomorphic, you're probably better off skipping it entirely. If they're actually "ordinary people" like you've stated, they probably won't care at all.The fear of ostrication so many people have over such an innocuous thing is disgusting. It's honestly harming the industry if we can't have something like catgirls without Something Awful era kiddies flipping shit about them.
>>31741027>>31741094I plan on using energy drinks as physical rewards for my players. And who doesn't want to party down in between rad adventures?
>>31741224Oh god yes.That and M&Ms as Fate points. Sugar right there.
>>31741286Maaaan. That'd be cool. Would never work, I mean, you know how M&Ms go. Halfway through the session when the player needs to spend that shit they already accidentally all the fate points. Skittles would be even worse.
>>31741707On a side-note, I remember a little joke I did at a different TT... sad I wasted it on that instead of a CATastrophe game.A friend got me one of those airliner life vests for my birthday as a joke (don't worry, it was from an aviation supply store, not stolen, I'm not a complete asshole) and I was taking it home with me but I had a TT to attend first.About midway in the group was getting into a hairy situation and one of the players said we were getting in deep. So I had a inspiration pop up in my head.When things got worse, I said "we're getting in too deep now... one moment..." and I put the vest on and inflated it. "Okay... continue."Cracked the whole damn table up.Pity it wasn't a CATastrophe game.
>>31741027You better make them tropical themes drinks.Mai-tais with those little umbrellas work fit perfectly.Another good drink is to mix up orange, pineapple, and mango juice. Add some rum and seltzer water and drop in a maraschino cherry or two. The little drink umbrella is mandatory.
>>31716176It would be shit, but you can try. Preferably out of sight.
I like the notion of CATastrophe being compared to fallout in waterworld with catgirls.Would it be too silly to have the characters need to run off a bunch of bullies that recovered pre-flood power armor?I don't want it all to be fishing and diving. I want mostly nekomimi - nekomimi interaction. The only problem is making it interesting without taking away from the overall mood of the game. Suggestions?
>>31743609Fallout ventures too much into the realm of grimdark that has ruined some of the previous threads. So unless you make said bullies dumbasses that try to be scary but end up failing with comical results, it doesn't feel like it would fit. As to the second part, it seems like there's plenty of room for slice of life and cat-people doing cute things.
>>31744214The Fallout thing -might work- and here is how...Post Apoc amusement park. None of the grimdark, plenty of dark humor, and loads of weird stuff to see and danger to frizz your tails.
A bit of a bump... I got a feeling people are digesting things.On a side note, think I should have a bookmarked document or is it a small enough document where it's not much an issue?Also, how is the flow of the document?
>>31748592Honestly, I think it's short enough that a little scrolling wouldn't hurt -- but you could still add bookmarks just to be on the safe side. There isn't much need to worry about "flow" in such a compact ruleset, but if there's room for improvement I'm probably underqualified to offer advice on it.
>>31749518I think I did write it where character creation steps flow into each other in the order it should be done... I've seen many nightmares in RPG construction that would be solved if everything was in just the right place.
>>31737804Augh! Talk about "the worst of both worlds" in this picture. Although, for a low-tech, cobble-everything-together setting, I suppose it would be most fitting...
>>31749852Poor man's seaplane, my friend. One step up from a parasailing rig.
The reason why I mention Parasailing rig... one of those can get a user up about 800 feet at max tether. That gives you 34.7 miles visual range to the horizon compared to 3-5 miles on a ship.It's a good way to scout out. And fun.
Hey Maestro, when will you make some more CATastrophe tracks?I've been listening to the entire soundtrack for months along with my morning coffee, 10/10 comfy.
>>31749998oh, btw, what I used to calculate horizon distances...http://www.ringbell.co.uk/info/hdist.htm
>>31750033Whenever I get the inspiration. I've had a few ideas, but none of the stuff I've done recently has really fit the CATastrophe soundtrack.
>>31749904>>31749998Ah, no problem, it's just that I studied aircraft engineering, and when I saw that contraption, it made my "INEFFICIENT DESIGN" sensor go haywire.Again, in a "Waterworld"-esque setting, it would be an incredibly useful piece of equipment.
>>31750140Setting Off and Swimming with Sharks are my absolute favorites, best songs to start a day with.Got any recommendations for artists with a similar sound?
>>31750165Yeah I'd wager it's pretty inefficient. Of course you can also convert a rubber dinghy into a sailboat too... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLgOIdjMzeoin fact you can do alot with a rubber dinghy it looks like...
>>31750218also, prepare your aircraft engineering jimmies. They're about to get OVERRUSTLED...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aiOiULG8F8
>>31750186I wouldn't know what to recommend. Most of my music is just a random melange of stuff I've been influenced by, be it rock, pop, electronic, or whatever.This is pretty good, though.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrfGGdLDwYo
>>31750243Gah... Seriously, if they really want to fly, and are already buying the wing and motor, why don't they fork out a little extra on a "fusealge" that will allow them to fly better without sacrificing much watergoing capacity?
>>31750577You mean like one of these?I think the main advantage of the boat-and-glider design, in the CATastrophe world, is that you could take it apart and carry it disassembled aboard a larger boat.
>>31750703That is actually a small airplane, with tail and control surfaces.I was thinking more of one of these. Hell even an aerodynamic cowling around the seats and 2 floaters bolted to that would be much more efficient than a dinghy.But indeed, having the dinghy separable from the rest and useable as a boat on his own would be useful in CATastrophe.
>>31750553Groovy.Hey, give this a shot as well.www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_Rzk5nLtek
>>31750843My impression of the Kemonomimi is that they'd be less impressed by someone who has both a boat and an airplane than by someone who has a boat and a bunch of stuff he can bolt onto it to MAKE it an airplane.CAPTCHA: Not rephybe
>>31750956Hmm. Interesting.There's one guy I can SORT OF recommend, as some of his stuff seems to fit. Danny Wolfers, a/k/a Legowelt, has actually been something of an artistic inspiration to me over the last few months -- I draw while listening to this album.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2o_ZQz1PsNk
>>31751061Not too shabby.I like to think that tropical or 70s/80s groove fits fell with the setting.
>>31750553>>31750956>>31751061I feel like it needs something slightly more mellow. Stuff likehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3U5vcbdSN4https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLd_mdXBjz8http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7ccHlqQ1M8http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t94DyU_h2Jchttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tARfKHBSAfAThough if we were gonna do Chemical Brother, Wonders of the Deeo is pretty much perfect in both title and tone.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZ_5GFC9WYQIt even has a little segment with a robotic voice in it, just like how the depths of CATastrophe are filled with Oldguards.
>>31710410The art in that book makes me want to vomit.It was a Eastern concept to begin with, why make the art wappy-jappy instead of a nice Anime/Manga style like:>>31710728>>31732194Even simple chibis, sketches and drafts would be fine, just stop with the smut-thread style shit.It seems every time a new version of CATastrophe comes out, someone fucks it up somehow. Last time it was the overbearing, complex combat mechanics (in a game about exploration and fun mind you) and now this.Shit CATastrophe writers, get it together.
>>31753161cartoony stuff like>>31737658could work too.But yeah, best courses of action would be either asking Sleepy, commissioning, or contacting Nekomasu (the guy who drew >>31710728and >>31732194 )
>>31751557http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTbkXKcjNRoArtist is Nekomata Master/ 猫叉 Master.He has tons of cool stuff perfect for CATastrophe/Ryutama
>>31753161Agreed. Someone really needs to take Maestro's goddamn pencils away and tell him to go back to making music.
So there's giant sentinel robots that are still functional after centuries of being abandoned underwater. There's also bio-mechanical edible fish that predict the weather and forecast it. What kind of tech level can be found under the waves? It would have to be high. Infact, I'm sure that most technology found would probably be functional for the most part and high tech. Most examples are limited to cds and cd players. I can understand that oil is still needed, but wouldn't water electrolysis generators or even tesla towers be more prevalent? I'm thinking about excavation equipment, instruments of war, ships and vessels, and entertainment that would surely exceed fallout. There's probably enough tech to raise entire cities above the ocean and settle the ruins.That's the kind of stuff I want to hear about.
>>31754020>Ship hulls, first cleared from anything valuable by divers and then lifted>Half-broken technology in flooded human towns>water-resistant disk drives and computers >Industrial exoskeletonsElectrolysis generators are a very good idea. There won't be much fossil fuels anyway, so what doesn't work on electricity, works on alcohol.As for cities, in my version of setting flooding wasn't instant, so there are entire city blocks that stand on supports over water. Sometimes these blocks are built on flooded cities.Kinda like Pratchett's Ankh-Morpork, which is built mostly on Ankh-Morpork.
>>31754020It seems safe -- to me at least -- to assume that the cataclysm that created the story's setting happened somewhere between 200 and 300 years ahead of us, some time around the 23rd Century. Technology will probably advance quite far between now and then; if you can imagine humans inventing it before AD 2325 or thereabouts, it's probably kosher to include. We were throwing around ideas about more efficient and longer-lasting solar panels, fusion generators the size of golf carts, towns built around thermal power stations on the sides of old volcanic craters. Go wild.
I'd just have to say that my region would have dirigibles/blimps operating around the two major settlements, with seaplanes shuttling between all four, and that dinghy/plane combination?It's a thing.Also, I sort of like Maestro's sketchy style. Makes it look like drawings out of some Kemo's journal.
>>31712709>Tech level-Survivalist-Basic Facilities-Former city, scrapped together-Former city, still fully functional-Former research lab, high tech>Quirks-Kenomimi from this town have floppier ears than normal.-Ziplines are the primary transport around the town.-The town has a communal pet/mascot that is a giant ray/bird/shark/ect.-The town has a highly active thespian population.-The town has a stonehenge-like monument that aligns with times and solstices. Mostly used for shade.
>>31755679>The town has a stonehenge-like monument that aligns with times and solstices. Mostly used for shade.I am now imagining a group of dog-girls sitting in the shade all glaring daggers at a cat-girl lounging almost naked in the sun. She taunts them back wirh "Cats are solar-powered, you know?"
>>31755679>>31755933Moar quirks coming as I get the creative juices flowing-The town has a regionally known radio station.
>>31756719>Dj's name is Fourcat
>>31756993>Implying neko isn't going to think himself superior
>>31753308Is there can be giant mutant carp and sea slugs?
>>31757813>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Setting:CATastrophe/Bestiary>Discoslugs are descendents of the modern day sea cucumber. Named after their bioluminescence and vibrant colors, discoslugs are often kept and cared for by kemomimi, who use them as organic lights. They also react strongly to sound -- particularly music -- changing the color and intensity of their glow to match the rhythm. This makes them a big hit and must-have accessory to parties. Dunno about carp. They would probably have to have to have adapted to eating less vegetation and more of other things.
>>31710410Holy shit! Thanks, OP!
>>31756719>-The town has a regionally known radio station.
>>31710410https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APrBdP0bBJMpreposing this as CATastrophe's new themesong.
Has anyone discussed the idea of having rapture-esque self-sustaining communities underneath the ocean with 1st gen humans?The idea I had was for these to be pretty common at the start of the flood, but over the course of 1-2 thousand years the self-sustained communities would almost always fall apart and die horribly. However, there might be a couple left inside the ocean.
>>31760584>the self-sustained communities would almost always fall apart and die horriblyI don't think this is the game for you. If you want grimdark, edgy stuff, you may wish to seek a different game.
>>31760584That's been proposed before. Too much chance of bringing grimderp and HFY into the game -- which is kind of what we've all been trying to avoid doing. I think the consensus is the humans are either all dead or have PERMANENTLY moved off-planet.
>>31755679>-Ziplines are the primary transport around the town.I like this one. Some more quirks>The entire town is mobile, either because its made out of boats, is built on the back of a giant crab, or some other reason>None of the kemonomimi in this town have tails, though they still have ears. They refuse to talk about it>an oldguard eternally stalks the streets of this town, playing a jaunty tune and giving strange frozen treats to those who give it small metal circles.
>>31760584It doesn't really fit with the rest of the tone, but if you want to run that yourself, I guess you can.
>>31760584It certainly could be something a DM includes, but I would be loathe to try and make it ''setting canon'' as it were
>>31750577Licensing, for one. Plus, you can also disassemble it into a hang glider AND a dinghy.>>31760584No. No lost humans. They are GONE.>>31710410YAY!
>>31760584While i'm neutral to adding humans, these shouldn't be the norm. It detracts from the whole "civilization AFTER humanity" thing. Underwater farmer community may exist, but as endgame thing.In general, i am okay with humans IF:1.They aren't hostile2.They aren't too high-tech3.They aren't numerous.Dead people, well, they are gonna be there. It's up to GM not to make this gratitous "LOOK, MAN, DEAD BODIES".
Yknow, one thing that bugged me about everyone who has tried to suggest humans returning is that they seem to want humans to both come back in full force and be recognized as humans by the kemos. But I think more in tone with the setting would be if one human is found, but due to his clunky scuba/space suit, all the kemos mistake him for a really fancy robot and parade him around their city for a while. Maybe he was here to learn what happened to earth after humans left, maybe his ship crashed and he needs some parts to fix it, maybe he was cryogenically frozen at the bottom of the sea and wants to go back down there since its the only thing that is familiar to him. Hell, maybe he decides to live with the kemos but never reveals his true identity since that would rob him of the quiet, easy life he has come to love. Its all up to the DM how they want to approach it.That could make for a really fun random encounter, in fact.>Your Dive Crew comes across a surprisingly lifelike, humanoid Oldguard with a domed head and surrounded by smoking rubbleHell, on that note, you could even have aliens come to visit if you really wanted since the setting is pretty ridiculous and the kemos would probably just take them at face value.
>>31760941>"LOOK, MAN, DEAD BODIES".All your characters feel very scared! Oooh spooky!Personally, I might do a thing where there might be one or two humans left, but they have high-tech, almost magical equipment. Maybe a skeleton suit with a bubble shield. In addition, the world would be laden with such 'magical' apparati that can act as good rewards to players.>>31760990I can just imagine some sort of Planet of the Apes scene. The scene pans to the crashed pilot, his eyes widening.>You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!The scene pans out to growing samba music, as it zooms past the painted over, banner laden statue of liberty with tonnes of catgirls just fucking doing whatever.
>>31760807>Town is known for yearly festival that draws other kemonomimi for the festivities> Town is "haunted" and is built in the remains of building whose automation is still a bit active but mostly malfunctioning. Think hallways being cleaned when no one is looking, that sort of thing. Odd grinding noises in the night>Town's economy centers on the domestication and trade of seacows. Inexplicably lots of drinking establishments
>>31761038>Camera pans back, and pilot muses "You know, maybe this isn't so bad after all...
>>31761038I was imagining a big, clunky spaceman shaking hands with some catgirl kid in an almost Big Daddy style of size difference, but thats good too.
I certainly wouldn't have full-on human settlements, but I think there's some situations where it might be worth bringing in one or two.One situation I consider is an earless as a recurring villain. He was woken from cryo-sleep by an expedition into some sunken ruins, and has made it his mission to either reawaken the rest of humanity, or call them back from the stars to retake the planet. He'll keep a pair of fake cat-ears and a tail as a disguise have a couple of Kemomimi as flunkies, who have been wooed by promises of endless shinies. Every time he turns up he'll be trying to restart some huge ancient piece of earless tech, and it will be up to the party to stop his plans. Most scenarios will end with him on a life raft in the middle of the ocean, with his two flunkes bailing water out of it and him shaking is fist and going 'I'll get you next time!' in a very Saturday morning cartoon villain sort of way.
>>31761075>Implying catgirls don't turn him on.Imagine some human techie appears and sees all that's going on. "It's just like my animes!"
>>31761873God help him if he's like that. He will have such a nose bleed he will die of exsanguination.
>>31710410Besides my hatred of the art in this book, it looks like it needs a bit more consistency and an improved layout. As it stands right now, it doesn't resemble a completed product and the "CATASTROPHE – Welcome to the World of the Endless Blue!" as well as date of creation and version is unnecessary on each page. If you would like, I could draft up a format in InDesign. I have some experience using the program.http://issuu.com/cetipublishing/docs/fyreacorerulebook2http://issuu.com/cetipublishing/docs/gunslingervalkoscareerbookIf you are interested, you can contact me on:Skype: FenrirrMayne (Cosmonaut ʕ•ᴥ• ʔ current name)Steam: LunearMayneOr even in-thread, I couldn't give a shit.
>>31736046That is fucking amazing. Consider it stolen in the most honorable and deferential way possible.
>>31763999Feel free. That's what it's for, I suppose.
>>31762594You know what? If you think you can make improvements, go for it. Don't wait on somebody else's approval.
>>31750186>>31750140>>31750033There's a soundtrack? Where can I get my hands on this?
>>31764361Excellent, I really delight in having background music in my games. What were the current development projects?
>>31764361Friggin sweet. Many thanks.
>>31764361Okay, you don't give yourself enough credit, this stuff is great.
>>31764427Some more god-tier oceanic music would be the Aquaria soundtrack. Its fucking great for this kind of thing,>general explorationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQWJBaWqIVAhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MP7nBFk1C20http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyieOuE0OfIhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFIOuQjgMYYhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjDfISZSUfM>spooky ruinshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0AeY4HX86Mhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5n_lr4mZdQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhN4sRXhHeY>cozy home watershttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJEpxPWJAh8
>>31764427>What were the current development projects?If you mean the non-CATastrophe stuff, it's all on my userpage.https://soundcloud.com/arizona-music
>>31765139I have a whole bunch of stuff that wouldn't fit CATastrophe there -- a few more covers, a few electronic pieces, a song about a Fiasco game the songwriter was in...
>>31765026Here is some good stuff I have been listening too. It adds a Miyasaki-like theme to the setting.>Mily Balakirev - Symphony No.1 in C-majorhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Em2ffoAKnRU>Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov - Turkish March, Op. 62 - I. Caravanhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpGeJZYCPYM>Ippolitov-Ivanov - Procession of the Sardar (from Caucasian Marchs)http://youtu.be/fbp6OYqpHmM>A Canadian in Mayfair - John Wilson And His Orchestrahttp://youtu.be/S2zV-HshkFM>Wiener Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti - 1. Molto allegrohttp://youtu.be/aYZNnqGT4G8But the best, for that perfect "looking into the horizon of cyan seas and golden beaches" moment>http://youtu.be/8wEi0WK93X4?t=3m22sThis one absolutely requires the ocean ambience, so for maximum imagination boners, listen to this in the background.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7F-F8-qHmq0>>31764116I already am, so far its tough since I haven't done a beach/ocean theme before.>>31764361Its not bad, some of the tracks are catchy. If I were to say one thing, is that maybe at some point you would want to remaster with some sort of realistic fidelity. It might just be me, but these tunes would be nice in a nautical shanty style as well.
>>31765461>>31765269I am also off to work in a few minutes, this is the layout I have so far. Rough around the edges, but I think I can make it good looking after a few more go-overs.
>>31765461Oh man, these are pretty great.
>>31765461Its not a perfect fit for the setting, but for the more sprawling, metropolitan kemo cities, I feel like nothing is better than Big Band to make it cheery. Nintendo music just because no one should go their life without hearing a big band rendition of Gourmet Race.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GF3JYa0ql4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BGFFZ3nDxkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUfT_Qhp_Swhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hf50QG0OjIhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gs_1lB4eGF4
>>31765731If you like that, you will like this.http://youtu.be/T5dH1PmMvD8Its the suite to Ponyo. If you haven't seen Ponyo, GO FUCKING WATCH IT. It is an absolutely fantastic movie. Its even got Liam Neeson in it, in the made-for-theatres English release.Seriously, you will not regret it in the least.
>>31765977I'm trying to watch all Miyazaki films. I think all I have left is Ponyo and Kikis Delivery Service.
I clicked the "image" only to find it was a PDF. I skimmed it a bit, sure this was a "look at this hideous low-quality furry shit I found" thread, butitsactuallythey guy who made itposting itplease kill yourself
>>31769472You first. At least he contributed something that other posters on /tg/ are enjoying. You're just posting narrow-minded hate because you can't comprehend the idea that someone might play this setting without making it furry. Fun fact, anthropomorphized animals have been a thing for a hell of a longer time than the specific cultural idea of "furries".
I wonder how actiony you can make a game with this setting.I'm imagining running this like Black Lagoon with catgirls.
>>31769637>Fun fact, anthropomorphized animals have been a thing for a hell of a longer time than the specific cultural idea of "furries".Case in fucking point, the Redwall series. Or TailSpin, I loved that show. Or ANAMANIACS, for fucks sake. Remember when these things were fun and innocent, before the yiff ruined everything? It still looks fucking horrible - the art is hideous and the setting is pants-on-head-retarded in my opinion - but it says a LOT about /tg/ that when I first saw it, I automatically assumed that "lol furries" was the leading reason it was being posted.Like, the game the entire thread is based on - that everyone in this thread apparently likes - I posted just to say its awful and the creator should kill himself and now here I am agreeing with you because DNHNRR DHNRURR FURRAYZ is that much worse and /tg/ kneejerks into that shit all the time. They want to be the little girl but not the little catgirl, get fucked. But if its a *monster*girl thread somehow that flies, despite being, technically, furry as all hell. I don'teven fuckingknow anymore man
>>31769966I just don't think about it too much. I learned that overthinking things takes away some of the fun.I just roll with it and try to make it enjoyable.Hell, I've trolled in this thread and even did an ork hijack here a bit ago. Before I know it, I joined a game.Maybe it's the desire for novelty and trying something different. I like 40k and other dark setting, but sometimes, I just want something a little more lighthearted.
>>31770206MAID RPG. Catgirl lifeguard.
>>31769966What are you here? A victim? Nobody here came to you like the Jehovah's Witnesses and pressured you into this conversation. You don't see me acting you do here in every 40k, MtG, or any quest thread bitching and complaining and telling everyone in the thread that they should kill themselves simply because they're fucking everywhere all the time and I hate them.Go make a thread about it and quit shitting up other peoples' threads.
>>31769966Well, I'm glad I could at least help one person see past the kind of knee-jerk hate /tg/ likes to spew. Like >>31770206 said, don't worry about it so much. Play what you like, and leave others to play what they like too.
>>31732194I have been there since day one. I have seen the idea flourish and take life, I have seen it become shit and grimdark. I am proud.You did good, Anon.
>>31770206You were that asshole? Damn. Welp, glad to have you with us.
>>31769966>Case in fucking point, the Redwall series. Or TailSpin, I loved that show. Or ANAMANIACS, for fucks sake.How about Aesop and his fucking fables. You are just naming modern pop culture shit when this noise has been done for fucking centuries>But if its a *monster*girl thread somehow that flies, despite being, technically, furry as all hell.Whats really fucking hilarious is you JUST got done talking about how anthropomorphized animals predate the modern concept of furries, and now you're gonna cry furry at one of the things that's as old as anthropomorphized animals, if not older.
>>31770902I am lost as to who is arguing what. Can we talk about shit like bigass genetically engineered water spiders that weave fishing webs that can be harvested to make some bitchin silk sails? Because I need me some piscivorous spiders.
>>31771161Check out some aquaria monsters at some time. It has some great aquatic beasties, including giant armored sea spiders that net fish in their webs.
>>31771208Aquaria? That the 2d videogame? or something else?Spiders just popped up because I have a village in my game based around farming the webs and spinning them into (usually sail) cloth. That and another thing to throw at my players. In hindsight this is perhaps not the best idea when one of your players has arachnophobia... Anyhow, they exclusively subsist on fish, anything else being freed and tossed away from the webs. But not before being bitten. Venom is a fairly strong paralytic usually shutting down a Kemoni for a good hour or two. And as noted, their webs are a valuable raw material for making exceptionally durable sails. Though there's nothing from stopping an enterprising Kemoni from making say, swimwear out of the stuff.
>>31771620>Aquaria? That the 2d videogame?That one, yeah.>Spiders just popped up because I have a village in my game based around farming the webs and spinning them into (usually sail) cloth.The ones in aquaria make their home in kelp forests, using the giant kelp stalks to weave webs in and based slightly more on sea spiders than their terrestrial namesake, save the webbing.
>furriesNot AGAIN.Look.There's percentage of fur required for thing to qualify as "furry". Cat/monstergirl are 10-20%, which is below that percentage.That said, Maestro's character art IS terrible.
>>31771917You know something? If anyone wanted to make better CATastrophe art than me, there's only two things they needed to do -- and it's the same two things I did.1. Draw something.2. Post it.If my art's as good as the game can get hold of, it's not my fault -- blame the fact that Sleepy rarely shows up, or that he and I are apparently the only two drawfags on all of /tg/ willing to contribute Original Content to a CATastrophe thread. I know I'm not the greatest artist, but at least I actually MAKE stuff; everyone with more talent than me has apparently fucked off to Cuba or someplace else.You want better art? Then make it yourself -- or get some better artists in here. Right now, I'm all you've got.
>>31716118>animal girls that had no business being thereYou mean like the cat people? I really don't get what they are doing in this or how they are contributing to the idea of essentially a post apocalyptic water world with some ruins here and there and some floaty scrap towns and boat houses either alone adrift or tied up together into moving apartment complexes. Why cats?
>>31772533>Why cats?Because it was all started by this image right here.
>>31772784I spot a fox and rabbit. But alright then.
>>31772533>Why cats?Mainly because the original art that inspired the setting had them; I think the first picture has catgirls, rabbit girls, and one dog boy.The consensus eventually settled on five specific races -- cats, rabbits, dogs, bears, and foxes. Anyone who wants to add more can do so themselves, but we saw that as making it overcomplicated.The in-universe explanation is that they're gene-spliced next-gen humans made by scientists who watched too much anime.
>>31772533Because they can drink salt water.
>>31772889I spot massive crap and penisfish
>>31773383Crab, i spot a massive crab
>>31772294I dropped by because this thread has been alive long enough that I became curious. CATastrophe seems delightful and this music is the cat's meow. And hey, you have my appreciation for your artistic contributions, and my admiration for the efforts you did and the daring you demonstrated by posting them at all. Bravo.This from a guy who never paid attention to this setting before. Downloading your music now.
>>31773522Much obliged.Well, the work (on the FATE version at least) is only partly done. Catfolk Pilot's been intentionally vague as to the worldbuilding in order to keep the ruleset itself as unrestricted as possible, but I know he's working on his own setting for the game. If you catch any references to the Compass Rose, that's the group of settlements he's designing. 1d4chan also has some useful worldbuilding fluff archived.
>>31773858Look, I may seem a bit harsh with criticism. But its not the quality of the art, its the out-of-placeness. When I think Catastrophe I think>>31710728Not a fedora wearing, neckbeard animalfolk on the second page. That said, some of the images remind me of the art of Atlantis: The Lost Empire. On page 10, the catfolk's face looks a lot like >pic relatedI think you should ditch the Eastern attempt, and just go full blown western with your art. Its much more suited for it. Because as it stands now, your art reminds me too much of the smut-thread drawfag, and his/her shitty style.
I think Larro, the QM of Hero Quest could plausibly easily make a cartoony CATastrophe game since his quest is pretty cartoony with his own drawings as is.
>>31776201Definitely. There was one other guy who ran a little quest about fixing up an old flooded tower into a respectable joint that was pretty fun. Guy stopped after two sessions, though.
>>31777779That was Sleepy_drawfag, if I'm not mistaken. Real-life bullshit got in the way of his continuing it on a regular schedule -- but you're right, it was a hell of a lot of fun.
>>31753212If the art is really that much of a problem there is the possibility of me redoing Maestro's artworks. Although I admit that I like them, they have a certain charm in their simplicity and I would hate to step on other artist's toes I think that is is really disrespectful.Mind you I do not think I would be capable of making the quality Nekomasu did, that man is godlike!>>Not a fedora wearing, neckbeard animalfolk on the second page. I think it was kind of purpose, to make it clear that this is supposed to be serious. Instead of having only kawaii-uguu catgirls. People already labeled it a "fetish setting." >>31777779>>31777834Yes it was me, I did not continue after session 2 because 1) real life got in the way2) I clearly way overstepped my boundaries with the quality standards. I just started it out of curiosity and sudden burst of idea. In order to make it proper in the future a hell lot of art needs to be pre-drawn which I did not plan out at all.
Guys! Couple of things... Namely Errata.In the character creation section, it mentions you get two Aspects. I hate to say it but I messed up there. You get 3 extra aspects, just like Fate Accelerated recommends.Also I bookmarked the document! I will post a corrected document in a coupe of weeks, to see how things are going with people running the Fate version of the game.
bumpbecause I'd rather this thread autosage from having too many posts than drop off. This was a good one.Also: SCIENCE!
>>31781231Shame. I really liked that quest and would love for it to continue. If you want to have less pressure on you, consider doing mostly text updates and saving art posts for big developments, like new areas unlocking, boats arriving, day/night shifts, weather and other events.
Rolled 3 + 2Would sentient nonhumans ruin the mood? Uplifted dolphins and octopi, maybe?
>>31787804With all the rest of the weird shit going on, I don't see why not?
>>31781231>2) I clearly way overstepped my boundaries with the quality standards. I just started it out of curiosity and sudden burst of idea. In order to make it proper in the future a hell lot of art needs to be pre-drawn which I did not plan out at all.This is an excuse to stop working and nothing else. "It's not good enough, I should put more work into it. Later."Quest threads are an exercise in on-the-spot writing, the POINT is for it to be spontaneous and not polished. It is the same with art, at least for quests lucky enough to have it.
>>31789756I think that was only partially harsh. Yeah, quests should have a more "quantity over quality" approach in terms of the artwork, but there have been some quests where the person running had some decent work put in.To be honest, the CATastrophe quest was pretty well done for a quest. Sadly at a point for something like a imageboard quest, something like that is a bit too involved.I don't see it as an excuse, it's a legit reason. But perhaps Sleepy shouldn't worry as much about it.
Here is an Idea I had for an alt setting.What if the Endless blue didnt exist and there was only the shifting sea....
>>31791591https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNJTRhtgIFAThey call it the Shifting Sea. Its always moving, always changing... You have to be down right crazy to want to go out there. Yet every day bands of scavengers come in and out through those gates bringing in what they find out there. I dont know where they get these things or how. All I know is that it Kemo will pay good money for what those fools bring in. Its always a race to see who can get out to the fresh ruins first before they are picked clean by rival scavengers or before it returns to the sands. The pitcats are always working to see who can build the fastest buggy, the swiftest sandsailer or the most agile flier. They're always either down at the circuits with the speedfreaks or out with the Scavenger teams testing new designs.Still, there are untold buried beneath these sands. Things that most Kemo only dream of. We've always wondered why things keep appearing in the sand. Who knows what dragged that stuff there. I just dont want to be around when it comes back...Come, I hear there is a celebration down at the oasis tonight. One of the speekfreaks broke the old canyon record. Its best not to be late to these things else we may not find comfort for the night.
>>31792666I feel like it would take a lot of the coziness and carefree tone out of the setting, since the desert is harsh as fuck. Still an interesting idea, though.
>>31791591>>31792666>>31792852A sea level rise of 1000 meters will submerge most the Earth's present deserts, but not the American West and Southwest. It would probably not be a desert anymore, though.2000 meters would get all but the mountains even there.
>>31773014This is actually a really good reason.
>>31792852I was more or less taking inspiration Motorstorm and Homeworld:Shipbreakershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-kqt33dbOEwithhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlbI225rdwQThe setting has more of a focus on racing, scavenging and searching for ruins/wreaks. Of course that doesn't mean that Kemomimi dont party in this setting. Sure they may take things a bit more seriously due to living in a desert but they still have fun.I'm still doinking around with the idea but I think I have the groundwork or at least a basic Idea of where to go.
>>31794681It is. I find it hard to believe that if humans were smart enough to prepare for the coming change in environment, that certain groups of humans wouldn't try to preserve themselves. I really don't care if humans are naturally grimdark and can't exist in noblebright. It would be crazy to insist that they're now out there somewhere.
>>31789756>This is an excuse to stop working and nothing else. "It's not good enough, I should put more work into it. Later."An excuse indeed and life is full of them nothing new here, like I said before I just did not know what to do with it after session 2. I tend to try and solve every problem while drawing instead of thinking first.>Quest threads are an exercise in on-the-spot writing, the POINT is for it to be spontaneous and not polished. It is the same with art, at least for quests lucky enough to have it.Case in point that while my art is not that bad my writing skills are rockbottom-tier. Believe me I tried my hand at text quest making in the past and coupled with my shitty writing skills coupled with my mediocre English knowledge and general tendency to make typos in every word the results were rather dissapointing.>>31789989Thank you, would I have the free time and the motivation I would work more on the quest but I have other projects as well as RL so a Quest like this is not on the top of my priority list by far. I do acknowledge that there is demand and I am really happy that you guys enjoyed it. However I do not think I will continue it in the near future, if anything I will do a more simpler quest but that is not likely either. I can just work on it occasionally putting smaller things together.
>>31796385I would love to see you try out some random drawings, by the way.
>>31797551Agreed. The Crabtapult thing was funny as shit.
>>31765699aaaaAAAAAThat's kind of using too much in the way of page margin on the top, I think, I'd match the margin on the side and top; the corners of the text area piece also could do to have somewhat less rounding I think, and I'd use the banners (christ, I can't remember what these are called) for underlining titles rather than being on every page. I feel they're a bit gaudy for constant use. A sequence of solid colors rather than each one being all tie-dye like they are now would also be better.It does look nice though! I think it matches the mood of CATastrophe pretty well. Those are just my thoughts on it. Honestly, I kind of conceptually object, as I like my homebrew PDFs to be kind of lo-fi and friendly to home printers; but if the Pilot thinks it's good it's his say and I'll just make my own damn lo-fi PDF. :V