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Posted By: balthazarLong ago, the Caucasian people were divided into two distinct social classes: The Nobels and the Peasants. They were distinguished in part by the color of their blood. Then there was a Great Revolution, in which most of the Nobels were rounded up and executed using ingeniously devised machines against which they had no defense. Some of these devices may still exist in museums or hidden treasure caches.In modern times, there are still Nobels, but they are chosen on the basis of merit in Caucasian fields of study, such as Literature, Math and Money. A ceremony is held once a year in Knudepunkt to choose these new Nobels.
Posted By: buzzNobody mention this yet?Diana: Warrior Princess, the RPGSeemed relevant.
Posted By: jhkimActually, I did inpost #4on this thread.
I know. That's the one that made me pee.
Though I have to admit Saint Chaplin is pretty excellent as phrases go. But, you know, Mr. Chaplin may have been Jewish, so shouldn't he be off the list on account of the suspicion? What would the neighbors think?
If an enemy manages to strike Jehovah down, they may be surprised to find that they have instead slain his son, Jesus, who he can sacrifice to heal all damage.
Posted By: Joshua A.C. Newman But, you know, Mr. Chaplinmay have been Jewish,
Chinese ninjas, eh?
I think I need to make a T shirt that says, "Charlie Chaplin: Chinese Ninja".
Posted By: Mr. TeapotPosted By: Joshua A.C. NewmanBut, you know, Mr. Chaplinmay have been Jewish,
I understand those ones are called Normanic? And I think they have horns. I know, some people say that's a myth, but this is mythic Caucasia we're talking about here!
Posted By: Sydney FreedbergTheir arch-enemies are Karl Marx and his mad Marx Brothers, who quest endlessly to destroy the Order's its most sacred artifact, the Hand itself. The Hand is said to have belonged to an ancient necromancer named Adam Smith
Posted By: Sydney FreedbergThe Order of the Invisible HandCaucasia's material prosperity comes at a terrible price. While it may appear that merchants, artisans, and shopkeepers buy and sell freely, in truth their every action is dictated by the sorcery of theInvisible Hand.
Posted By: Sydney FreedbergTheir arch-enemies areKarl Marxand his madMarx Brothers, who quest endlessly to destroy the Order's its most sacred artifact, theHand of Smith
Posted By: Chris GoodwinDon't forget their ally, John Lennon!
Don't you mean John Lenin?
Posted By: xenopulseGuys, putting in additional closing tags for italics will cause the next post to start in italics. I fixed it all now.
Posted By: buzzMaybe I'm asking something that was answered in the parent thread, but...Are the representations of Asian culture made in most RPGs really this bad? I haven't really played many Asian-themed RPGs, nor am I an expert on Asian cultures.
But are the Euro/US-centric RPGs any better or worse? I guess I'm thinking about the various assumed medievalisms in most FRPGs, etc.
Posted By: DanielSolisHey guys, not to be heavy-handed, but let's reserve this thread for suggestions for Caucasian Adventures and leave discussion of cultural representation in RPGs in the parent thread. Thanks muchly!