>crossbows are replaced with harpoon guns in your setting
>>all your atlatls are now harpoon launchers
I said "sticks and stones", not spears. Literally.
The most complicated weapon you'll ever find is a stone tied to the end of a stick with some grass.
Twist: I run Pathfinder. Twist twist: no full casters.
>I'd like to run a campaign where the party is all intelligent weapons.
There's a /tg/ homebrew called Rogue Munitions where all the PCs are basically Bomb 20 from Dark Star.
Alternatively, Engine Heart with an increased point limit.
The Daimah Nephilim Railgun Mentalist starts accidentally blowing holes in the healer with harpoons instead of crossbow bolts.
The Sixth Heaven Knight NPC who wields a Heavy Ballista now has a whaling harpoon.
>Waterworld and mad max universe is actually on the same planet
>>Nukes somehow magically sunk the Eurasian and American supercontinents at the expense of raising the Australian Continent
>This explains the lack of land in waterworld and the lack of water in Mad Max
"Gentlemen! Grab your harpoons, we are going SKY-WHALING."
But I already replaced crossbows with needle guns!
>Magus: The Game
>I use stick
>I too use stick
>I use stick coated in pure lightning, and am also invisible, able to create sliptraps out of nothing and always hit important rock throws.
>I use... stick...
Who wins? :^)
Nukes apparentl cause seismic activity and can create new faults though the activity is less energetic then the actual explosion. Theres even some pressure reduction in the local area. Maybe with enough nukes you'd creat another fissure big enough for the shit to slip under during pressure release.
Every single weapon in your setting is now built by Joerg Sprave.
Then it goes from a Bioshock 1 style campaign to a Bioshock 2 style campaign.
Thanks, OP, now I need to replace all Thompsons with miniguns, pump action shotguns with double barrel, pistols with rivet guns, wrenches with drills, and tell the players they can't use the chemical sprayer anymore.