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- Fri Sep 09, 2005 12:29 am
- Forum: Open Discussion
- Topic: Classic sci-fi books
- Replies: 15
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Asimov>allJosan wrote:Asimov does. Herbert doesn't. My definition of "classic" in this instance is old 50's and earlier sci-fi.
But then I think "classic" according to most is 25 years or older. *shrugs*
OK, so here's the deal: You can be any made-up person, living in the 1600's anywhere in the world. You also may have any weapon or technology available at that period, with the following exceptions: No large ships, no weapon greater in complexity than a standard flint-lock or fire-lock rifle, pistol...
Either Aristotle or Gandhi, or maybe Obi-Wan Kenobi. All three seem like substantially profound characters, so I have a hard time choosing. It would be fun to roleplay God or some other "king diety" ( Zeus, Odin, etc.) for obvious reasons.
I don't care. He's still awesome (as a character, not a card).choyrt wrote:Memnarch! Ban of Type one.
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BTW, sorry I haven't posted in a while. I'll be on more often now, so don't worry, I haven't forgotten anything.
I'll help, if this thing is still active.Fluffy17 wrote:This one is a lot like Ewen's that he made up, I'm a bit short on time but overall it will medieval and will have merits and flaws. Also like Ewen's I will not have classes I'll get back to you when I have time on this anyway I would like your help.