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To preamble this answer with some experience, I've been a fan of the Witcher Saga for over a decade, played and run RPGs in that setting and I don't think I have to mention the video games. The official RPGs suggested (back in the old days) one witcher per group, but there are ways to distinguish between a couple. Geralt was great at everything, being the ...


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While Sengoku has a Lifepath that will guide you in selecting skills, disadvantages, et multiple cetera, the Fuzion system itself is a pure point build system. You may spend points in any order as long as the totals at the end come in at or below your GM's set power level. The Lifepath (p. 96) generates genre-appropriate personalities, and guides you ...


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You can crunch the numbers on this pretty easily using anydice.com. Here's an example program: function: fuzion ATT:n SKL:n DICE:s { if 3@DICE=6 { result: ATT + SKL + DICE + 2d6} if 1@DICE=1 { result: ATT + SKL + DICE - 2d6} result: ATT + SKL + DICE } output [fuzion 10 10 3d6] >= 50 The way this works is that we define a function called fuzion ...


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