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Wushu is a rules-light narrative roleplaying game by Daniel Bayn.

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If you failed the roll, but there was no opposition, what happens?

Wushu the Black Belt Edition has this phrase in the Playing the Game chapter (emphasis mine): Scoring Hits Compare the result of each die roll to your character’s most relevant Trait, discarding any ...
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How many Wushu editions are there?

I'm lost in various Wushu editions. Here're what I've found so far: Wushu Wushu Black Belt Edition Wushu Open Wushu Open Reloaded Wire-Fu, Pulp-Fu, etc. What is the exact order in which they emerged?...
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How do I model an iterated series of combat rounds in Anydice?

Nemesis fights are straightforward: Choose pools of yang/yin, Roll Nd6 vs. Skill, Deal Yang hits to opponent(s), Block dealt hits with Yin or Chi, First to -1 Chi loses, Players win ties. Pursuant ...
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As Nemesis Chi increases, how do the odds of player victory decrease?

Let's assume for the sake of argument that I am not out to TPK my players when we sit down to play a narrative game based on martial arts movies. That said, it would be nice to be able to engage in ...
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Is there a probabilistic difference in player success between the two methods of fighting a Nemesis?

The Wushu rulebook: Mono-A-Mono Speaking of diverted dice, it’s not fair for groups of players to gang up on a single Nemesis. Rolling more dice than the other guy is a serious advantage, so your ...
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If all Threat is removed before one player takes a turn in a round, does that player still need to block hits?

Some background: We're in a group with 5 + myself, so Threats are sometimes eliminated before certain players act. A player narrates their actions, rolls, removes Threat, and passes turn. However, ...