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Jul
10
comment Would Storytelling System (WoD's ruleset) work for a post-apocalypse setting?
@Flamma I think a bit of tweaking, with some house rules and house-developed equipment, could fix all these issues. Storytelling (the system) is quite capable of handling action packed stories (see any iteration of Werewolf) if the PCs get some enhancement - which a post-apoc setting can easily provide. (Stimpaks indeed, and mutations, and cyber and bioware, etc. In fact, you could simply use the templates and / or powers of the supernatural branches: it's not a "vampire", it's a mutant. Drop the wolf-head of the Gauru form (oWoD's crions) and you've got a mutant again... and so on.) :)
Jul
10
comment Would Storytelling System (WoD's ruleset) work for a post-apocalypse setting?
@MarcusWigert Thanks, Marcus. As a side-note: Even though I'm obviously glad you accepted my answer, in the long run it's more practical (and kind of recommended) to wait at least a few hours or a day before you accept an answer, as others may post even better, more thorough and more relevant answers. :)
Jul
10
answered Would Storytelling System (WoD's ruleset) work for a post-apocalypse setting?
Jul
10
revised Would Storytelling System (WoD's ruleset) work for a post-apocalypse setting?
fixed typos
Jul
9
comment How can I judge if combat in a dungeon room attracts attention?
Why not go for a workaround, and ensure that there's a lot of loud and/or white-ish noise in most of the critical areas? Add pulsating magic, snoring dragons (in the distance), hissing and booming and clanking steamworks and machinery, roaring waterfalls, grinding, giant chains and so on...
Jul
9
answered How to make players carry a bomb and not know anything about it
Jul
3
comment Droid hacking in Star Wars?
@Clockwork-Muse What one side can do, the other will do as well, it's just a question of time. :) So, I need universal mechanics.
Jul
3
comment How was Changeling played with cards?
@Flamma I've updated/extended my answer with those details, please check them. (The book itself doesn't really go into more detail than that.)
Jul
3
revised How was Changeling played with cards?
Added details about the forming of the Player's hand.
Jul
3
revised Droid hacking in Star Wars?
specified the emphasis on rpgs
Jul
3
comment Droid hacking in Star Wars?
@BESW Yes, I thought so, but there's most likely a serious overlap here. People seriously GMing Star Wars are probably aware of the "most official stance". But see my update to the Q, I've asked the same on SF&F. :)
Jul
3
comment Droid hacking in Star Wars?
@BESW Sure, I've thought of that myself, and probably will ask the Q there as well, without the RPG part. However, my main motive -- being, atm, a Star Wars GM -- is to learn the most official (G/T/C/S/N-canon, in this order) stance and gaming solution. :)
Jul
3
asked Droid hacking in Star Wars?
Jul
2
comment How was Changeling played with cards?
+1 You beat me to it by 3 minutes. :D
Jul
2
answered How was Changeling played with cards?
Jul
1
answered Is Two Weapon Fighting balanced or broken in WFRP 2e?
Jul
1
accepted WEG's Star Wars 2nd Ed. d6 system simplification?
Jun
30
answered Is there an equivalent in the World of Darkness to Pathfinder's 'Aid Another' action?
Jun
28
comment WEG's Star Wars 2nd Ed. d6 system simplification?
Sure, but considering the difficulty of bringing all these players together for a session nowadays (everyone's busy all the time), that's the half we're most willing to let go. We'd rather focus on the story. :)
Jun
27
asked WEG's Star Wars 2nd Ed. d6 system simplification?