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Hi folks, it’s x-humed again. Last time we took a look at Cherry Blows, the cheerleader from the Outbreak! adventure. Having spent some time looking at her Life cards, this time we are examining what else she has in that deck: Abilities. Abilities are blue cards that represent the skills and feats that a character
Hi folks, X-Humed here. I thought we would take a look at 6d6’s characters by taking one of them to pieces and examining what makes them tick. For this dubious honor I have chosen Cherry Blow’s, a character from my upcoming con adventure Outbreak! The reasons for this are many fold.
I’ve been revisiting, updating and expanding the character creation and development system with some interesting results. Getting Rid of the Race The last revision of the system introduced the Race Card and characters where born by selecting the race you wanted to play, e.g. Elf, Human etc. This card gave
I’m very lucking in having two very different play test sessions a week. The Wednesday night group is great at testing the mechanics but the Monday night want to play a game. They are not interested in the relative merits of this mechanic over another, they just want to play
There are critical events in all our lives – certain situations that allow us to develop as people and learn new skills. Some of these situation may occur through choice whilst others are forced upon us and we all experience these event differently. Two people can attend the same school
The basic mechanics of the 6d6 RPG (e.g. cards and how to use them) has been fixed for several months, the process of how to create a character has been a matter of debate and change. Last night I tried out a new system which, whilst not perfect, I think