🎲 an RPG where you used old baseball card stats as the randomizer
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🎲 Quick experiment creating a dungeon map using a grid background and photo foreground.
(This one had been a 📸 of a 🐰)
🕹 Elder Scrolls IV (Oblivion) leveling adaption:
Want to focus on your preferred playstyle and not be penalized for not micromanaging skill-ups to get three +5s each level?
When you level, count how many points you are missing from a +15 total. Go to the console and put in the following commmand:
- modpca $YourLowestAttribute $ThatNumber
This keeps you at +15 attributes each level and has the level-balancing system keep in a reasonable range.
Ladderball: The Long Game
- Score and play your first game normally
- The losing side starts their next game at a cumulative +1 starting points and gets to choose the starting distance and handedness (normal or offhand) of the next game
- The side that gets the other side to 21 starting points wins the long game
🎲 Druid for an upcoming DND game: Erion
(Note: I had some really wild stat rolls.)
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