My on-going quest to find the "perfect" RPG for The Tuesday Knights...
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- May I suggest Kapow! It's free, if you want to check it out: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/95884/Kapow%21May 2, 2012
- I have no idea if you've tried it, but Wild Talents is a solid supers game, IMO.
It's extremely flexible, if a bit heavy during chargen, works quickly and smoothly in play, and it's VERY easy to tailor the speed of character advancement. Since it's a level free system, it's merely a matter of increasing XP gain to get an equal increase in player advancement.
You can equally easily shift starting power level by shifting how many points people start with.May 2, 2012
- Kapow! is a new one on me, so I'll check it out - thanks!
that's a system that has already suggested, so that's another on the "must check out" list.
Thank you bothMay 2, 2012
- well, since I wrote it and it's only been out since last November, it's not surprising you haven't heard of it :DMay 2, 2012
- cool! More reason to check it out when I get back on my PC this evening. And I'll know where to come if I have any questions 😉May 2, 2012
- Wow - 287-pages, not exactly "rules-lite". Shame there isn't a print copy available to make it an easier read (and Lulu wouldn't allow me to print it up as it was 'password encoded').
Love the pdf character sheet, though. That's a pitch-perfect design in my view; really says "comic book". Very nice!May 2, 2012
- Well, it's not 287 pages of rules. I guess the password-encoded thing is something RPGNow does. I can give you a copy that doesn't include the watermarking, if you like. The character sheet was donated by a kind reader.May 2, 2012
- that would be amazing, thank you (my old eyes just can't cope with reading long documents on a PC screen).May 2, 2012