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 ======How About a Change War Campaign?​====== ======How About a Change War Campaign?​======
  
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 Reading the source material is not strictly necessary but highly recommended. ​ The series includes the short novel, The Big Time, and the collection of short stories, The Change War. Reading the source material is not strictly necessary but highly recommended. ​ The series includes the short novel, The Big Time, and the collection of short stories, The Change War.
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-//6 comments to How About a Change War Campaign?// 
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-   ​Joethelawyer January 29th, 2010 at 6:29 pm 
-That would be fantastic. I’m semi-tempted to take a stab at it.Is there any one all encompassing ruleset for combat that deals with daggers to lasers, that is also simple and old schooly in feel? 
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-   Srith of the Scrolls January 29th, 2010 at 7:44 pm 
-Good question, Joethelawyer. Unfortunately I can’t think of one at the moment. How about it folks, can anyone think of a system that would fit the bill? 
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-   Sean Holland January 29th, 2010 at 8:26 pm 
-GURPS would work as a system and has many historical sourcebooks. FATE is lighter but could work quite well. 
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-It would be a fun game, perhaps with rotating GMs depending on who has an idea for a particular history point they found interesting. 
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-   Srith of the Scrolls January 29th, 2010 at 9:07 pm 
-Hello Sean — Now there’s a wrinkle I hadn’t thought of! It’s a great setup for a rotating GM. Between missions, characters are typically back at a base of operations or on R&R, so it would be a simple matter to have the GM’s character drop out for the rotation. Also, you don’t have to worry about coordinating a shared-world as you would just be jumping in and out of history. Very nice! 
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-   Trey April 16th, 2010 at 2:48 pm 
-A fun idea might be “Time & Temp” by Dig a Thousand Holes Publishing. While the setting is tounge-in-cheek “The Office/​Office Space meets Time Travel”, it could be easily adapted to a Change War feel. Mechanics are fun in any event, and fit the mucking about in time motif. 
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-   Srith of the Scrolls April 17th, 2010 at 9:57 pm 
-Thanks Trey. Here is the link to [[http://​dig1000holes.wordpress.com/​time-temp/​|Time & Temp]]. 
  
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