Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Friday, January 7, 2011
- 5 / Fang
- 25+ / Scale
- 125+ / Talon,
- 250+ / Wing
- 500+ / Dragon
- 2500+ / Legion
- Drill: 3 (+3 Damage successes)
- Morale: 3 (morale for undead should probably be maxed at 3, +3 PDV)
- Armor: 1 (+1 Soak)
- Size: 2 (80 zombies can pack into a ship's hull)
Monday, December 6, 2010
TAKING ACTION – The Basic Rules
Chosen by the gods of Creation, Exalted will accomplish most tasks without rolling at all. Exalts roll only when Complications make a task more difficult and failure is just as interesting, cool, or fun as success.
Dice Pool: Pick the most appropriate Ability for the task and grab dice equal to its parent Trait.
Survival tasks are covered by Zenith for Solars, No Moon for Lunars, Wood for Dragon-Blooded, etc.
Bonus Dice: Usually, you’ll grab some bonus dice to add to your pool.
Charm, Spell, Stunting, Background, Artifact, Virtue, Help Dice, etc.
Difficulty: The difficulty is the number of dice subtracted from your pool. Usually, -1 per Complication (-5 Max) stated by the GM.
Heavy Rain, Darkness, Unfamiliar Language, Long Range, Missing Pages, etc.
Penalties: Other penalties, such as wounds or an opponent’s defenses, may subtract further dice, but have their own rules.
Minimum: No matter the difficulty, Exalts always roll at least 1 die.
Successes: After a roll, 4s and 5s are successes. 6s are 2 successes each!
Exceptional: 1 success accomplishes the task, but 5+ successes marks an Exceptional Success and, outside of combat, brings additional benefits.
Crafting Unbreakable Items, Learning Additional Facts, Resisting Toxins Permanently, etc.
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
- Aprogressivist, a very helpful RPGnetter, has taken the initiative to start up a PbP game over the RPGnet wiki. As far as I know, he's still taking new players and you can find all the details here.
- A little Googling turned up a Portuguese forum discussing what games should be taken to a local con, Qwixalted came up!
- Chronicler, another awesome RPGnetter, not only donated to the effort by actually sending me a gift, but he also swiped qwixalted.blogspot.com for himself! The blog's brand new, but may be worth watching if you're a fan of the project.