Sure seems like it! Then again, that’s really White Wolf’s modus operandi, isn’t it? At least the first Vampire game was self-contained enough that it could be played with one book. While you can play Vampire with only vampires, it’s hard to imagine playing Exalted with ONLY Solars. Their main opponents are going to be Dragonbloods and Abyssals, whose books came out some time after the core game (if core it may be called) was released. Imagine if the first D&D book was the Complete Fighters’ Handbook. Followed by the Wilderness Survival Guide. Followed by the Tome of Magic. And then after a nearly a year, you finally get a monster manual, but it’s only A-K, and L-Z isn’t going to come out for another year.
The real question is, why are you playing BECMI with characters at a level high enough that you’d
need to ask this?
I know, right?
Maybe, but I imagine it would just be easier to play it with house rules.
Maybe, but I imagine it would end up feeling something like the live action He Man sci-fi movie.
Yes. Yes, he does, especially when it’s Goofy Time.
Sounds fishy to me!
Nope, but wouldn’t that be a stupid wild ride?
Maybe! One of the STs would occasionally thumb through the Autochthonian book during a few
sessions, but I don’t know if we ever saw anything out of it.
This was probably one of the funniest experience I’ve ever had around the gaming table. Yeah,
there’s some crazy bs spells that turns a full party of 5 solars into some giant eternal champion