Rich H's TOR Resources

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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Rich H » Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:23 am

James Harrison wrote:Will go and do now! Us H's and all!

EDIT: My copy is OLD, I'm sure Rich would appreciate a newer copy (sans Artwork) from someone who has downloaded it more recently.
Like you said on the email, this is an old one with Jon's art in it, so I can't upload it. If anyone has a more recent version then please send it to me - PM me and I'll then give you my email address.
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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Rich H » Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:25 am

Yepesnopes wrote:Hi Rich,

I was wondering if you "update" from time to time your compilation of fan material with the new things that appear on the forums.

Cheers,
Yepes
I did do that to begin with, but it was a document that was always changing and I wanted people to be able to use it rather than always trying to keep up to date with it.

However...

With the Revised Edition coming out I have been going through some rules and 'modernising' them to the new edition so when I've finished that I may post an alternative document.
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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Falenthal » Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:35 am

Can you name a difference in the pictures between the old and the new version?

I thought I had the new version, but checking it I saw a picture by Jon: three Hobbits sitting by a tree (Old Man Willow, now that I think of it?) in the Recovering Hope section.

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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Rich H » Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:53 am

Falenthal wrote:Can you name a difference in the pictures between the old and the new version?

I thought I had the new version, but checking it I saw a picture by Jon: three Hobbits sitting by a tree (Old Man Willow, now that I think of it?) in the Recovering Hope section.
PM'd you with my email as that one may be okay.
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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Hermes Serpent » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:00 am

I suspect that the permissions you had on the file may have allowed someone to move rather than copy it. Might want to check that as removing the file will remove it from your drive when syncing the remote location with the source.

I have a 72 page version of the document that has a date of January 24th so it's probably very old although it doesn't appear to have any official art in it.
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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Rich H » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:34 am

Hi All,

Thanks for the help in getting a copy, I think we have the right one:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/795 ... 0Rules.pdf

The link in the OP should work as well.

Cheers,
Rich
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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Yepesnopes » Tue Aug 12, 2014 10:17 am

Rich H wrote:However...

With the Revised Edition coming out I have been going through some rules and 'modernising' them to the new edition so when I've finished that I may post an alternative document.
Please do, I will be interested.

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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Rich H » Tue Aug 12, 2014 11:16 am

Yepesnopes wrote:
Rich H wrote:However...

With the Revised Edition coming out I have been going through some rules and 'modernising' them to the new edition so when I've finished that I may post an alternative document.
Please do, I will be interested.
Weirdly, seeing as though the Revised Edition combines the old Adventurers and Loremaster books, I'm looking at separating content into two; although this is largely due to the combined size and the limitation of local print shops in what they can print and bind.

So, at the moment I have the following contents for the two separate documents:

ADDITIONAL LOREMASTER RULES SUPPLEMENT
STARTING ENDURANCE SCORES by 'Corvo' and Richard Harrison
RENOWN & STANDING by 'DoctheWeasel' and Richard Harrison
ALTERNATE ENCOUNTER RULES by Richard Harrison
ENCOUNTER HAZARDS by James R Brown
PATRON BENEFITS by ‘FunkBGR’ and Richard Harrison
EXPANDED JOURNEY RULES by Richard Harrison, Francesco Nepitello, and Benoit Brault
HAZARDS by ‘Ovid’, ‘Dankers’, Richard Harrison, and other contributors of TOR and RPGnet Forums
INTERESTING EVENTS by ‘Dankers’
ADDITIONAL JOURNEY TASKS by James R Brown and ‘Ashley’
RECOVERING HOPE by ‘Dankers’ and ‘Doc Nova’, supplementary information by Richard Harrison
GATHERING HERBS by ‘gorgonshead’ and Richard Harrison
ADDITIONAL HEALING RULES by ‘Rocmistro’ and Richard Harrison
ADDITIONAL COMBAT RULES by ‘Ferretz', 'Corvo', ''Rocmistro' and Richard Harrison
THE GREAT MELEE by ’DoctheWeasel’, with added material by ‘Halbarad’ and Richard Harrison
NEW ADVERSARIES by ‘Poosticks7’ and Richard Harrison

ADDITIONAL CHARACTER RULES SUPPLEMENT
ADDITIONAL BACKGROUNDS by ‘Poosticks7’
LANGUAGES by ‘Rocmistro’ with amendments by Richard Harrison
WISDOM, VALOUR & MIGHT by ‘Rocmistro’ and Richard Harrison
VIRTUES & BOONS OF CALLING by ‘Doc Nova’ and Richard Harrison
COMBAT STANCE TASKS by ‘Doc Nova’, James R Brown, 'Rocmistro', ''Elfcrusher', and Richard Harrison
COMBAT RULES by ‘Ferretz', 'Corvo', ''Rocmistro' and Richard Harrison
RENOWN & STANDING by Richard Harrison
STANDING & STANDARDS OF LIVING by Richard Harrison
HOLDINGS by 'zedturtle' and Richard Harrison
PRICES & EQUIPMENT by 'Chrissett', ‘Rocmistro’ and Richard Harrison
WEAPONS & ARMOUR by ‘Voidstate’, ‘Doc Nova’, ‘Rocmistro’ and Richard Harrison

... Many sections will be familiar from the previous document with some new additions that I've playtested for a bit and so on.
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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by Hermes Serpent » Tue Aug 12, 2014 11:22 am

Email me a copy Rich and I'll keep it safe for you :-)
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Re: Rich H's TOR Resources

Post by shipwreck » Wed Aug 13, 2014 12:38 pm

Rich H wrote:10) To Journey's End and the Eagles' Eyrie (an adventure taking the PCs from Lake Town to the Eagles' Eyrie): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/795 ... 0Eyrie.pdf
My heroes got themselves tied up in the whole Eagle business pretty much against my intent, so this is going to be hugely useful. Thanks!
Elfcrusher wrote:But maybe the most important difference is that in D&D the goal is to build wtfpwn demi-god characters. In TOR the goal is to stay alive long enough to tell a good story.

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