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Oct
26
comment Pre-modern farming: What percent of the population is in agriculture?
A Magical Medieval Society is what you want. It has exactly what you're looking for, plus as a bonus, rules for running manors and other medieval industries.
Oct
26
comment What happens when an Extra is Incapacitated but survives?
Sorry if I'm belaboring the point, but why is the Incapacitation sidebar irrelevant to Extras?
Oct
25
comment What happens when an Extra is Incapacitated but survives?
I agree with Dr Rotwang that what you're saying is certainly in the spirit of the rules for Extras, but it does ignore the Aftermath section of SW:EX. This creates a problem for me (albeit a small one) because I like to let the dice decide--I enjoy emergent stories best.
Oct
25
comment What happens when an Extra is Incapacitated but survives?
The Aftermath section describes survivors as Incapacitated, so I figured the text on p76 about Incapacitated characters applied. That section refers to the table on the previous page--which refers to "Heroes" in its text. Is "Hero" used in SW to refer to Wild Cards exclusively?
Oct
16
comment What happens when an Extra is Incapacitated but survives?
So I rolled Vigor after the fight, per the Aftermath rules, they succeeded and were Incapacitated. That meant a roll on the Injury table, right?
Oct
15
asked What happens when an Extra is Incapacitated but survives?
Oct
15
accepted What is the “average human” stat for Savage Worlds?
Oct
15
comment What is the “average human” stat for Savage Worlds?
Right, that note is exactly why I assume that they are the human norm unless they're special in some way. But that's also why I needed to know what the norm is!
Oct
15
accepted What is the recent edition history for Savage Worlds and major differences between them?
Oct
14
comment What is the recent edition history for Savage Worlds and major differences between them?
Great answer! And your footnote brings up a new question: the player with SW experience I mentioned has the Solomon Kane book--is it out-of-date/incompatible compared to the SW:EX or have there been updates to it?
Oct
13
asked What is the recent edition history for Savage Worlds and major differences between them?
Oct
13
asked What is the “average human” stat for Savage Worlds?
Sep
9
comment What Roleplaying Games Come/Came With a Video?
I played DragonStrike last week and can confirm it came with a VHS tape about the game. It sure wasn't a tutorial though... more like a tv show inspired by the game. A terrible, terrible tv show. But hilarious now!
Aug
27
awarded  Yearling
Aug
23
comment How can I cut short a doomed fight?
Having the other players play the opponents is a great idea. Nobody is bored, Mr Lone Wolf gets his solo combat, and if he dies the blood isn't on your hands. :)
Aug
14
comment What's a good defense against silence?
Upvoted for #4! Simple, obvious and yet it never occurred to me.
Aug
5
comment What's the simplest way of representing a “savage” warrior with an tiger animal companion?
Handle Animal is based off Charisma, so the poster might be saying high Cha is good both for the skill and for the Leadership feat, though I agree with you that it's not clear.
Aug
5
comment What's the simplest way of representing a “savage” warrior with an tiger animal companion?
One thing that occurred to me after writing this question is not that it's difficult to make a savage warrior using D&D features, or that it's difficult to get said warrior an animal sidekick... the real handcuffs are the Tiger's stats being so far above the weight-class of a 1st level character. By far the easiest solution is to nerf the Tiger to 1st level, possibly just using the stats for a similar, albeit weaker, creature, and then advancing it as needed. That said, some great answers here! I'm very satisfied.
Aug
5
comment What's the simplest way of representing a “savage” warrior with an tiger animal companion?
I just wanted to say that this is an awesome answer. C.Ross's answer is also good, but this one wins because it's so comprehensive.
Aug
4
accepted What's the simplest way of representing a “savage” warrior with an tiger animal companion?