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    Timothy Myall
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    Any players of C&S 5e here? I picked it up during lockdown and have been running a game. I am able to get it working fine via video one on one. However it does require a fair amount of prep. That said really enjoying the experience and a damn sight better than not gaming.

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    Steve Johnson
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    Nope, but I remember a game by the same name (IIRC) from the mid 1970’s, which was seen a rival to D&D.

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    Alan Millicheap
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    Nope, but I remember a game by the same name (IIRC) from the mid 1970’s, which was seen a rival to D&D.

    So do I

    It was in really really really  tiny print which caused me to get my eyes tested and as a result had to wear glasses

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    Striker
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    I have the 5th ed and bought into the Rising Sun KS.  I had the 2nd ed (sold it) and still have 3rd I picked up at GenCon years ago.  I’m going to start up a campaign once lockdowns clear, I really dislike gaming over the web.  That will give me time to hammer out the magic and faith systems so it goes smoother.  Re-reading the magic system has really put me off 5E magic.  We were going to do Harn but C&S has more potential for fantasy elements, good since most of the players are coming from 5E and will want some fantasy vs more historical rpg.  But, I do like the rules and the way magic is handled.  We won’t be using all the faith parts because we’ll be in their fantasy land vs real world.

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