Definitely not to be confused with Rumpshaker!
*Decidedly* to be confused with Rumpshaker.I like big bots and I cannot lie.
you obviously fail to appreciate the long-awaited crossover between giant mecha RPGs and D&D fantasy-style RPGs. additionally, Kung-Fu is clearly the best defense against the undead.
Actually, there was a giant mecha D&D setting made for 3.5. It was called DragonMech. No idea if it was any good.
DragonMech? c'mon... i mean, i was just being facetious. really, DragonMech? steam-punk may be all the rage and all, but, i mean, seriously. seriously dude.
Oh no, the steampunk D&D one was EtherScope. Made by the same company as DragonMech.Don't forget DragonStar, which was D&D space opera.
I have the DragonStar books. Bought them when Fantasy Flight had their 3.0 clearance sale. I think I might have DragonMech as well, not sure about that one. Skipped EtherScope, even though I am a fan of steampunk. I would rather make my own steampunk setting if was ever going to do that type of campaign - not like I've actuallu played anything in about 10 years :(...
Actuallu! Hmm, could this be the next big Drow character. [Damn these fat fingers.]