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One of the only portions of the book that is not Open Game Content (unlike the core rulebook, which at least allowed you to use advanced classes from the campaign ideas as OGC; this luxury isn’t provided by this book), the campaign concepts provided for d20 Future cover a few pages each, so we’ll breeze through them now.
Bughunters: Starship Troopers by any other name. While there are no “bugs” presented, there is an advanced class titled, appropriately, Bughunter. It’s more or less a variant soldier though, really, so it’s not that interesting. All in all, a meh introduction to an idea that could have been interesting were it more fleshed out.
Dimension X: Similar to Sliders, the Dimension X campaign concept provides characters with the tools to adventure across dimensions in search of the cause of what is causing alternate dimensions to be absorbed by a single home timeline one by one. The advanced class provided is the Dimension Ranger, an advanced class with a grabbag of dimension-themed abilities. It’s an okay advanced class and campaign concept, but again, it would be better if it were fleshed out. Read the rest of this entry »