History TabletopGame / Splicers

9th May '16 3:40:36 AM erforce
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'''''Splicers''''' is an RPG by ''Palladium Books'' (The makers of ''{{Rifts}}'' and the ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' RPG). It is best described as "''{{Manga/Guyver}}'' vs. ''TheTerminator''".

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'''''Splicers''''' ''Splicers'' is an RPG by ''Palladium Books'' (The makers of ''{{Rifts}}'' and the ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' RPG). It is best described as "''{{Manga/Guyver}}'' vs. ''TheTerminator''".''[[Franchise/{{Terminator}} The Terminator]]''".


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2nd Mar '16 9:48:47 AM aye_amber
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'''''Splicers''''' is an RPG by PalladiumBooks (The makers of ''{{Rifts}}'' and the ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' RPG). It is best described as "''{{Manga/Guyver}}'' vs. ''TheTerminator''".

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'''''Splicers''''' is an RPG by PalladiumBooks ''Palladium Books'' (The makers of ''{{Rifts}}'' and the ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' RPG). It is best described as "''{{Manga/Guyver}}'' vs. ''TheTerminator''".
14th Nov '15 5:29:18 PM nombretomado
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'''''Splicers''''' is an RPG by PalladiumBooks (The makers of ''{{Rifts}}'' and the ''{{Robotech}}'' RPG). It is best described as "''{{Manga/Guyver}}'' vs. ''TheTerminator''".

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'''''Splicers''''' is an RPG by PalladiumBooks (The makers of ''{{Rifts}}'' and the ''{{Robotech}}'' ''{{Anime/Robotech}}'' RPG). It is best described as "''{{Manga/Guyver}}'' vs. ''TheTerminator''".
1st Dec '13 12:10:36 PM EponymousKid
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* PoweredArmor: Host Armors. Also the less advanced Living Armors, which are available to a wider range of classes.
27th Nov '13 11:03:43 AM EponymousKid
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** On that note, Skinjobs and Scarecrows. The "Downsides" section for the Skinjob OCC takes care to note that you look like "a monster out of a nightmare" with your nasty new super-skin.



* InvisibilityCloak: Skinjobs' special skin allows them to generate a stealth field that makes them nearly invisible.

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* InvisibilityCloak: Skinjobs' special skin allows them to generate a stealth field that makes them nearly invisible. It's noted that they remain visible under night vision and infrared sight, but can be detected in motion by motion sensors and the like.


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* MadeOfIron: It takes Mega Damage to pierce the super-tough skin of a Skinjob. They're also very resistant to pain -- no amount of pain can impair their performance. Handy for them, since they can't wear real armor without compromising their role as stealth operatives.
16th Nov '13 10:34:30 PM EponymousKid
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* HealingFactor: Host Armors can have three different three different levels of it. A variant is the "Quick-Clotting Blood" feature, which causes wounds to close up faster.

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* HealingFactor: Host Armors can have three different three different levels of it. A variant is the "Quick-Clotting Blood" feature, which causes wounds to close up faster.
16th Nov '13 10:21:09 AM EponymousKid
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* AcePilot: Archangels, though they "pilot" a suit of winged PoweredArmor. Outriders, though ground-bound, are described in terms clearly evocative of this type of character.

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* AcePilot: Archangels, though they "pilot" a suit of winged PoweredArmor. Outriders, though largely ground-bound, are described in terms clearly evocative of this type of character.
16th Nov '13 10:11:14 AM EponymousKid
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* BodyHorror: Saints, Engineers, Gene Pools, and ''especially'' Librarians. Yeah, Skinjobs and Scarecrows don't even come close to these guys.

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* BodyHorror: Saints, Engineers, Gene Pools, Gene Thieves, and ''especially'' Librarians. Yeah, Skinjobs and Scarecrows don't even come close to these guys.


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* MasterOfDisguise: Deliverymen can perfectly mimic the facial features of any human or human-like android they encounter with their Second Skin


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* TheRustler: Mount Rustlers, Waste Crawlers unaffiliated with the Resistance who steal War Mounts for their own purposes.
16th Nov '13 10:01:33 AM EponymousKid
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* FastTunnelling: A noted ability of Tunnel Rat War Mounts. It ''is'' mentioned that they can't build tunnels as fast as they can burrow because of a need to pack down soil and reinforce walls, though.


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* LethalJokeCharacter: In-universe, the Tunnel Rat War Mounts were designed as something like a joke on the Machine, which hates rodents as much a humans. They were mostly used to draw fire away from human forces until Splicers in the field saw how fierce and capable they were.
16th Nov '13 9:35:53 AM EponymousKid
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* AutomatonHorse: Averted with both War Mounts and regular horses, who need a certain amount of food and sleep every day. Most War Mounts need a ''lot'' of food, but just four hours of sleep; horses need way less food, but twice as much sleep plus periodic naps throughout the day.
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