02-02-2009, 11:25 PM
Anyone up for some D6 Wild West action? I'll be using WEG's D6 Adventure as the rules. I've got some templates I've made up which can be used, or you can make your own. It would be straight cinematic western, no zombies or magic, well, maybe some spirit magic for Native Americans.
The idea I have in mind is a sort of Young Guns sort of thing. I could run with as few as two players, but the more the merrier.
02-03-2009, 12:01 AM
Sounds like a lot of fun actually. However the only WEG experience I have is star wars. This would also be the only reference I would have for rules. Is that alright?
02-03-2009, 12:38 AM
Which version? 1st edition or 2nd edition R&E. In either case, it'll work. 2nd R&E would be easier to port over.
02-03-2009, 12:58 AM
That'll make things much easier to work with then. The rules are basically the same in Adventure. There is the addition of Advantages and Disadvantages, but they are optional. I can post a list of them to give you an idea about them if you like. The attributes are a bit different, as are the skills lists, both of which I can post for you.
02-04-2009, 12:54 PM
Considering that interest for the game is limited here, would you be interested in playing on another site? I posted the same ad over at RPG.net and have gotten two other players interested. If you don't want to play there, I can see about just running one here for you. I don't know if the admin will allow a forum for a single player though.
At any rate, here's the info I spoke of earlier:
Attributes and skills:
sleight of hand
Here are some character templates to give you an idea of what you can play or to base your own ideas on:
Disadvantages and Advantages:
Achilles’ Heel (R3, R4); examples (R3): Allergy,
Atmospheric Incompatibility, Cultural Allergy, Environmental
Incompatibility, Metabolic Difference, Nutritional
Requirements, Rot, Vulnerability; examples
(R4): Allergy, Cultural Allergy, Rot, Symbiosis
Advantage Flaw (R1, R2, R3); examples (R3):
Infection, Minor Stigma, Stench
Age (R1, R2)
Bad Luck (R2, R3, R4)
Burn-out (R1 or more)
Cultural Unfamiliarity (R1, R2, R3)
Debt (R1, R2, R3)
Devotion (R1, R2, R3)
Employed (R1, R2, R3)
Enemy (R1, R2, R3)
Hindrance (R1 or more); examples: Bad Knee,
Rude, Trick Shoulder, Uncoordinated, Unobservant
Infamy (R1, R2, R3)
Language Problems (R2)
Learning Problems (R1)
Prejudice (R1, R2)
Price (R1, R2)
Quirk (R1, R2, R3); examples (R1): Dependency,
Kleptomania, Indecision, Stutter; examples (R2): Dependency,
Secret; examples (R3): Dependency, Paranoid,
Reduced Attribute (R2)
Note: At character creation, Disadvantages give
one skill die per rank.
Authority (R1, R2, R3)
Contacts (R1, R2, R3, R4)
Cultures (R1, R2, R3, R4)
Equipment (R1, R2, R3, R4)
Fame (R1, R2, R3)
Patron (R1, R2, R3)
Size (R1 or more)
Trademark Specialization (R1)
Wealth (R1 or more)
Note: At character creation, Advantages cost one
skill die per rank.
Accelerated Healing (3)
Atmospheric Tolerance (2)
Attack Resistance (2)
Combat Sense (3)
Enhanced Sense (3)
Environmental Resistance (1)
Fast Reactions (3)
Increased Attribute (2)
Iron Will (2)
Luck, Good (2), Great (3)
Master of Disguise (3)
Multiple Abilities (1)
Quick Study (3)
Sense of Direction (2)
Skill Bonus (1)
Skill Minimum (4)
Uncanny Aptitude (3)
Weapon Flourish (2)
Youthful Appearance (1)
Additional Effect (1)
Multiple Targets (2)
Ability Loss (3; 1 per additional rank)
Allergy (3; 1 per additional rank)
Minor Stigma (3)
Others Only (2; 1 per additional rank)
Side Effect (2)
Singularity (1 per Special Ability)
Note: At character creation, the first rank in a Special Ability
costs the number in parentheses in creation points or skill
dice. Additional ranks cost one creation point or skill die in
games where Special Abilities are common or the number in
parentheses in games where Special Abilities are uncommon.
Enhancements add to the total cost of the Special Ability.
Limitations subtract from the total of the base cost of the
Special Ability plus the cost of its ranks plus the cost of its
Enhancements. The minimum cost for a Special Ability plus
Enhancements and Limitations is 1.
I'll explain any of these you'd like to know more about.
02-05-2009, 04:00 PM
I'll check it out
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