Yesterday we took our son to a dinosaur exhibit at the local convention center, BEXCO. It was half strange insert yourself into Biblical art thingy, a magic show, and giant robo-tronic dinosaurs. My son was pretty much only interested in the dinosaurs and the obligatory toy shop set up inside every children's event there.
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When I heard the exhibit was on, sometime last week, and we decided to go, it got me thinking about the good old thunder lizards.
Specifically, about all the OA games I've run in the past. Why did I never include dinosaurs in them? I mean, really, Isle of Dread is based off of King Kong, which is a modern pulp story, so doesn't that mean it translates just as easily to a "katana and kung fu" setting as it does a "swords and sorcery" setting?
I've never pitted samurai and Taoist magicians against stegosaurus and T-Rex. Why not? I don't know. It's not like other people haven't thought of the idea already. I've just never utilized it. But I'm tempted now to include some sort of Lost Valley in one of the Flying Swordsmen modules I'm planning for when I finally get the rule set finished.