Amazing Adventures at this past Gen Con and I have been having some fun with it.
Despite my fondness of Victorian and Modern games I am not a big "Pulp" gamer. I am however a new(ish) big fan of Castles and Crusades.
I have had this idea of mixing the games for some time now. AA has a lot of features I like. For example I like the idea of some mad science in my "D&D" like worlds. I like the AA sorcerers as well since they save the effort of coming up with a lot of new magic types (which I enjoy, but is time consuming).
I also like that one of "my" favorite house rules is now part of the game. Instead of the 12/18 split for primes for CBs AA has a flat CB of 15 with bonuses (and this gives it more of a cinematic feel in my mind).
This gives me the feel of a more pulpy-cinematic style C&C game. I mean that is how I played it in the 80s anyway, fresh out of Raiders of the Lost Ark!
Has anyone else picked this up?
Are you using it, mixing it with C&C or any other game?