Siskoid and special guest Ryan Blake take on Victory Games' James Bond 007 RPG, a true classic that proved a precursor to such games as DC Heroes and Torg, very cutting edge for its day and with a relatively modern feel even today. So brush off your "00" license, pick up a few things from Q, and give us a listen! Plus: In the GameMaster's Advice segment, Siskoid introduces the concept of an RPG-related Movie Night!Listen to Let's Roll: James Bond 007 HERE!
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Here are some images relevant to this episode of Let's Roll:
The James Bond 007 RPG by Gerard Christopher Klug, Greg Gorden, Neil Randall and Robert Kern, with cover by James Talbot.
The plain James character sheet:
All the gadgets from the movies are in the Q Manual.
But where it's really at is the gorgeous adventure scenarios and their lavish hand-outs.
I couldn't remember it at the time, but my Bond's Bastards idea was actually based on IDW's Illegitimates comic. Source
Community's "Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons", starring Jonathan Banks, Alison Brie, Danny Pudi, and Joel McHale; "James Bond Theme" by David Arnold; the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon's "Day of the Dungeon Master", starring Don Most and Sidney Miller; and"License to Kill" by Gladys Knight
All ready? Let's roll!
The sourcebook piqued my interest enough to seek out some of the less than good Bond films out of curiosity