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I'm a unix hack that has been programming and playing RPG's since I was in the third grade. I have a lot of opinions on both topics.


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comment Guides for running a Cyberpunk 2.0.2.0 Game
Actually, what drew my eye was the custom GM screen ... that should be a condensed ruleset ...
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answered Guides for running a Cyberpunk 2.0.2.0 Game
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comment Can shaking hands trigger a (ranged) touch attack?
you beat me by 15 seconds ...
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answered Shadow Hand as a Warblade?
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comment Mutants & Masterminds 3rd Edition Spreadsheet
So ... it's a tad clunky when it gets to powers, but it definitely works as advertised! Thanks again!
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comment Mutants & Masterminds 3rd Edition Spreadsheet
Color me clueless. I KNEW DC Adventures was the same game (heck, I own both), but didn't search for it. I'm going to check this out tonight, and if it's as good as it looks as first glance I'll send you the accept! Thanks!
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comment A fantasy system with similar dicerolling and levels of success as World of Darkness
@Dom: the system behind all of White Wolf's games is named "Storyteller". This includes Vampire, Werewolf, Mage, etc. However, there are other systems that use "dice pools" and "successes" beyond that one. For instance, Shadowrun uses a d6 based dice pool system that gives you levels of success, from multiple successes through failures and multiple levels of glitches. However, Shadowrun is not a Storyteller system because it is not specifically the same system Vampire, etc use.