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Jun
6
asked Cortex rules: formatting on action rolls
Jun
6
answered Adventuring within Cthulhu Mythos without realizing it?
Jun
4
accepted Building Campaigns to Characters' Strengths and Weaknesses
Jun
2
comment Building Campaigns to Characters' Strengths and Weaknesses
Done -- thanks.
Jun
2
revised Building Campaigns to Characters' Strengths and Weaknesses
Made question less "poll-y"
Jun
2
asked Building Campaigns to Characters' Strengths and Weaknesses
Jun
1
comment Cortex rules: how to handle complications
Interesting. I didn't think of that, but doesn't that ultimately resolve to option #2, just with adding to the other side instead of subtracting from your side? I'm trying to wrap my head around what the difference ultimately is between option #2 and the bonus die option. And, who rolls the penalty die?
May
31
comment Cortex rules: critical failures
Not surprising, per se, but it changes the flow of the game. It makes sense from a logical point of view (someone who is naturally athletic won't screw up as much), but from a storytelling perspective, the critical failures add to the story, and if you include all dice, it does decrease that chance.
May
31
revised Cortex rules: how to handle complications
edited title
May
31
asked Cortex rules: how to handle complications
May
31
asked Cortex rules: critical failures
May
26
answered What would be a good randomiser to use for a game in the dark?
May
15
revised From Serenity through Battlestar Galactica to the Stand-Alone Rules for Cortex, what has been changed?
added 87 characters in body
May
15
answered From Serenity through Battlestar Galactica to the Stand-Alone Rules for Cortex, what has been changed?
May
4
answered How do you handle large scale exploration?
Apr
22
answered Which RPGs primarily reward roleplaying your character?
Apr
7
answered Are there any tools for creating a campaign from scratch?
Mar
17
awarded  Critic
Dec
29
answered Cameo Characters?
Dec
22
accepted Order of effects on hit