Not to advocate for this specific setting but The Traitor Son novels by Miles Cameron reversed the trope of man versus nature very well.
Typically the fires of industry threaten the natural balance, forests are chopped down and magic fades from the world. In these books nature is a badass not too fond of humans and their cities, so civilization is shrinking; gryphons attack settlements, exotic creatures are pushing desperate communities back behind their walls, and humankind may well be an endangered species.
This could make for an interesting setting to base a game (or campaign :) ) on.
Did the humans perhaps expand aggressively into nature, threatening the natural balance, chopping down forests, and that's why nature's like, "lulz no"?
In the novels it was... more complicated than that. No, but also yes.
In a game or campaign that could be an interesting origin to explore though.
Whoo, yeah, that'd be a right pain in the keister. Each book and splat book looks to contradict the other, so you'd basically have to pick one of the cores and force everything else to conform. For example, depending on your core and splat, 'partial borg' could either mean only one hand altered or everything but a leg.
Not on Earth yet but plan to get there by the end of this year. Small but we have enough activity. The combat system is the one Transformers 2005 used until it closed a couple of years ago I think it was.
@Jennkryst chuckles Cute. Yeah I just...I loved a few people I met there. I really did. Some of the rp there was amazing and I'm thankful to the players for it. I'm just a bit too out of touch with the setting I think.
That and sometimes things would just go left turn WAY too fast without any reason what so ever.
Garou Sphere made me so sad I wanted to cry. I can't touch Sabbat anymore, either. Again - sadness.
At least you're enjoying it!!! That's great to hear.