Dragons and Silk

High fantasy with some naked folk.
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6th Dec 2018, 10:27 PM in Old Blood
Average Rating: 5 (5 votes)
User comments:
chrystal_dark
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chrystal_dark
AWWW, I think a harem would be a great "combat zone".
Sheela
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Sheela
For all the babes. XD
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If you were in a palace, it could be one.

But nobody keeps their harem in a sewer! I hope!
BlitzMcGee (Guest)
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I would like to petition you to post (or even publish, I'd buy) a comprehensive set of rules if/when you get them all thought/drawn out! I'd like to play this system.
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I plan to release it free, but I don't know how good the rules are. We'll see.
Malcadon
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Malcadon
Ah cool! An early Beta release! =D

Even if the rules have some glaring issues, play-test groups and fan-feedback does help improve a testbed RPG system in a lot of unforeseen ways. I know I'm not alone in my desire to see what you have so far. From what I have seen, its looks like a good, flexible system. The visual play examples you post really does help to convey your ideas.
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Well, it certainly needs playtesting. Some of the rules are still... unsettled. So it's not something I can release yet.
Blue-tongued lizard (Guest)
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She’s a scramble lass.
marmelmm
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marmelmm
And a lovely scramble ass she has! <3
datora (Guest)
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Lily performs Graceful Scramble. It's super-effective.

Guen jumps into Harem Pile. She is Denied (with Extreme Prejudice).
Malcadon
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Malcadon
I quite enjoy area-based action in RPGs over tactical grids—an artifact form the wargaming roots of Dungeons & Dragons.

As much as I enjoy the 3D paper-or-plastic furniture and painted figurines of HeroQuest (and old "beer-n-pretzel" dungeon-crawler boardgame form 1990), that does not work for narrative-based role-playing games. A simple, open-ended area-based action system does make wary more sense for RPGs.

Plus, all those tactical square and hexagon maps and (often placeholder) figurines do detract from the role-playing, as well as to contribute to the table-top clutter, and having the right figures available and where to place them when not in use. (If anything, its best to use a vinyl battle-mat and simple knick-knacks.)