I have downloaded and am reading the starter adventure "We are not ourselves" and I love it. OK, so I admit, I am an American and I do not read "British" well, most Americans don't. Y'all over the pond think differently, and use language and organize things "oddly". I am not being mean or pejorative, I am going for oddly funny with a twist of humble home style plain speaking. OK, maybe I should have said "I have trouble learning the rules". ANYWAY: Got to play Star Trek: Adventures with Steve Hanson this weekend at SOONERCON 27 in Oklahoma City. He did a wonderful job of creating a really kewl scenario, which, my intrepid band of "veteran" Starfleet officers, promptly trashed. BUT, fear not, we all had a blast, Steve got to run the game for some seriously dedicated Star Trek nerds (Who have been playing the Decipher system in a long running campaign for 14 years.) and we got to learn we had been playing the game, essentially, all wrong. BUT WAIT: Remember I said we had a blast! We are resolved to go back and start again with the "A Star Beyond the Stars" module and learn from the ground up. SO! My point in writing this is to say "thank you" to Steve for running a great game and opening our eyes to an exciting and new role playing game in a genre we deeply love, and to say "thank you" to the Modiphius folks for creating a "thinking persons" game that is definitely not your run of the mill, meet in a pub, go hack and slash, pillage and slay type game!
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