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[Misfit Studios] Operation: Marshal Law for BASH! released

 
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STrustrum
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2014 11:04 am    Post subject: [Misfit Studios] Operation: Marshal Law for BASH! released Reply with quote

Operation: Marshal Law for BASH! is Ready to Bring some Law & Order to Your Game


The first of Misfits Studios' releases for the BASH! Ultimate Edition rules, Operation: Marshal Law details the US Marshal Service program intended to integrate super-powered beings into the agency as law enforcement officers.

Within Operation: Marshal Law for BASH! you will find:

  • A US Marshal's field office built using the new Membership advantage found in Awesome Powers 4
  • A template of traits for US Marshal training requirements that must be met to allow your game's characters to join this agency
  • Three ideas for involving the US Marshal Service in your game


BASH! Ultimate Edition and Basic Action Games are the intellectual properties of Chris Rutkowsky İ 2004. This product has been published for use with BASH! Ultimate Edition under license.
See http://www.bashrpg.com for more information on the third party publishing license.

Pick up a copy of Operation: Marshal Law for BASH! now!
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2014 7:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The first ten people to tweet using the following criteria will get a free copy of this PDF via RPGNow / Drivethru. You must include *all 3* of the following to win:

1) tweet something a super hero or villain would say using the word "bash" in it.

2) include the URL http://www.misfit-studios.com

3) use the #BASHRPG hashtag

Winners will be contacted via tweet reply so they can provide an email address the free download link may be sent to
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 6:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Operation Martial Law looks like a great resource. I love the cover and look forward to checking this out!
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 26, 2014 12:41 pm    Post subject: Cool Resource Reply with quote

I picked up a copy of this earlier this morning, and read over coffee and a muffin. At five (5) pages (well, 4.5 - there's a colorful .5 ad for the Awesome Powers! series), it's an easily digestible article, with minimal rules impact.

It does reference the Membership Advantage (and Perks) as described in Awesome Powers! vol. 4 (which is stated in the RPGnow description), mainly in describing / outlining a sample local US Marshal's Office. If one didn't have AP! #4, they could probably wing it based on the wording.

The main narrative is about a page, plus the Membership write-up, some minimum requirements for Marshal service, a mention of some equipment, and then three adventure seeds to pull together a group round out the article.

The accompanying "Metahuman Threat Scale" article (about 2 pages) is a nice supporting piece for narrative classification of various, well, metahuman threats. Non-rules based, it could easily be ported into any superhero game, Marshal's office or not.

Overall, I quite liked it. Smile
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