Continuing on with the Savage Worlds Mistborn (Part 1 here), here are the races.
Noble Edge, Starting d6 Smarts, +2 Charisma
-1 Toughness (Pampered), Minor Hindrance Arrogant
+1 Toughness (Hardy), Starting d6 Strength (Manual Labour)
Minor Hindrance Poverty, Minor Hindrance Outsider Continue reading
Allomancy is one of the power sets from Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn series. It revolves around Mistborns people with access to all the powers and Mistings people with access to only one power. These powers are fueled by the composition of metals and their alloys.
There is an rpg out there made by Crafty Games that brings the world to life, but maybe you don’t want to learn a new system. I hope to help you out a little by giving you my take on some of the metals. Continue reading
Art Credit: JeeHyung lee
In this months Blog Carnival hosted by Kobold Press we’re talking about magic. I don’t get to play a PC too often but when I do I enjoy playing the Caster/Mage/Nano/etc. I don’t want to be the most powerful person in the group or have an arm full of damaging spells, I want options. Magic gives me options, and boy do I love options. I’m not someone who gets analysis paralysis, in most situations I’m running on instinct. Continue reading
That first post started to get pretty dense. Time to turn this into a series.
Here is the first post.
With the aim of this game having some tactical options we have three classes of actions; half turn, full turn actions and special.
This is all concept and is likely changing (in my head) as I write this.
I’ve been pondering on a game concept, I love science fiction and know doesn’t want to wreak havoc in a huge stompy robot every once and awhile. It began with an idea for a mechanic; which I’m sure someone has had before me but it’s not one I’ve encountered in the real world.
Lets use ammo for this one, you fire your weapons on a round and instead of track each bullet you roll a dice. You currently have d10 ammo and after you fire your weapon you roll a d10, on a one you drop down a dice to d8. This continues on until you roll a 1 on a d4 and then you’re out of ammo.
There were other ideas that came to the table, some of which be familiar to regular readers of my musings.