I’m going to be running a Savage Worlds game this week (I think). I’m going to do my best to free-form it all with the references I have, because it’s a zombie apocalypse game, and I feel emergent human drama would be better than following plot-points, a script, or making up a big-bad. We’ll see what the party does.
I made the characters for them, because they have no experience with the system, and I’m the only one with access to HeroLab. The interesting thing about this is that I remade all of the characters from Season 1 of Zombicide. I’m thinking of making the extra KS exclusive characters, and if I get around to buying Toxic City Mall and/or Prison Break, I’ll also make those characters.
Lemme know if you’re interested in seeing what I did, I’d be glad to share, and take suggestions on how to improve them.
It’s a narrative tabletop RPG. The theme of it can best be described as Ghostbusters or Scooby Doo meets The Office. It uses a simple dice pool mechanic where your number in a stat is the number of dice you get to roll when attempting to do something related to that, IE a character with 4 Athletics would roll 4 D6s to attempt to pull open a cover, or something along those lines. Hindrances to the party come in the form of Stress, which causes a decrease in that player’s statistics for the duration of your setting. Which is fine, because in Inspectres, failure can be just as much fun as success, if not MORE.
Anybody interested in playing some tabletop roleplaying games on sundays, around 11PM EST? Probably going to be using Google Hangouts.
We’re currently looking at 4th Edition D&D and Gamma World (Wizards version based on 4E), but we’re open to pretty much anything but White Wolf games. I’m pretty solid on rules for a few systems, so, as long as the books are easy to find, I think we can make most systems work.
I think we’re starting with some campaign modules, which is why we were looking at Gamma World and 4e, plus the guy who is probably going to run them is most familiar with those.
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