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I took the game over and we began playing. By the end of the weekend we couldn't get enough of the game and we had played through 3 game-days and were eager for more. I had so much fun with it, that I'm thinking of running it at this year's GenCon. Here's what I loved, liked and wish for for this game: 1. I love the descriptions of your successes and failures by the other players. You pick a friend and a rival, your friend describes your successes and your rival describes your failures usually your character's death. I went for a huge kill of students sleeping in the gym with a pipe bomb on the second day.

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However, any text in a given book set on a graphical background or in handwritten fonts would most likely not be picked up by the OCR software, and is therefore not searchable. Also, a few larger books may be resampled to fit into the system, and may not have this searchable text background. For printed books, we have performed high-resolution scans of an original hardcopy of the book. We essentially digitally re-master the book. Unfortunately, the resulting quality of these books is not as high.

It's the problem of making a copy of a copy. As the GM you have a budget for controlling all the extra students, soldiers, attack dogs and hazards of the battleground. Being able to march onto the battleground and directly engage the other characters is pretty awesome!

And since we gave the GM the ability to mix it up as a character, we also gave the other players the ability to frame scenes like the GM. How do you handle the competition in the games? Sea Dracula - a game of dancing animal lawyers. Competition between both players and characters is at the core of each game. With both games we worked hard to make sure that failure was just as interesting and exciting as success. Instead, your failure drives the story in a new direction and creates new opportunities for all the characters.

Classroom Deathmatch works the same way, except that failure can often lead to death.

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It just leads to new, more interesting plot. When your character dies, it removes you from these games. You can no longer participate!

Removing these punishments from failure actually makes failing fun. We want to see our characters struggle. We want them to get hurt, to lose the things that are important to them, to suffer.

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That loss and suffering, the striving, is what makes success so awesome. Nick and I have taken this lesson along with us to Yeld. When your character bites it in Yeld, they turn into a ghost and can run around spooking people and ghost punching monsters! You have the game up for free, what lead to that decision? We sold out of the initial print run of Classroom Deathmatch very, very quickly.

During "filming", the cards are shuffled and dealt to different players who control them. Cthonian by Zak Arntson Keywords: genre modern horror rules-lite A pulp horror system, scaled in grittiness from "Pulp Adventure" least gritty to "Weird Tale" to "Shocking Discovery" most gritty.

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Character creation is completely freeform assigning of traits. Characters are mechanically distinguished only by profession. Resolution is by rolling a base d6, plus a d6 if the task is in professional competence, and plus a d6 if the player is willing to risk sanity over the roll.

The highest die is the quality of success, and the target number if someone else calls for possible failure. It uses a dice pool system, where resolution is by rolling d6s equal to trait, where each 6 is a success.

Spending effort points can allow successes on for one point or for two points. Darklands by Eric Mau Keywords: genre fantasy horror scifi long A futuristic fantasy-horror game, set in in a grim cyberpunk future where PC's are the "Warbreed" -- creatures created by the dark gods the "Ashura" and left on Earth in ancient times, who now fight for the Earth against their creators.

Character creation is breed and class based, with point-bought attributes. The resolution system is not clear. There are 3 attributes Zip, Whomp, and Guts rated in number of d6's. Each die that comes up 5 or 6 is a success. Dead Weight Keywords: genre modern horror rules-lite A post-apocalyptic game where zombies have taken over the world, and tribes survive in big cities by staying on higher floors and barricading themselves up there.

It has a broad scene resolution mechanic based on how dice match character stats. Character creation is limited point-based. Stats include Grace, three Virtues Haste, Cunning, and Passion , and a set of three descriptive tags. Dread Quickstart by Epidiah Ravachol Keywords: genre horror rules-lite preview The preview version of the published horror RPG, Dread, which uses a diceless resolution system based on pulling blocks out from a tower of blocks such as the game, Jenga.

Dreamknights, hour edition Keywords: genre fantasy horror rules-lite preview A fantasy-horror role-playing game, the first draft of a planned commercial game. It is set in the modern world with PCs who can psychically enter the "Dreamscape". Character creation is random-roll attributes and point-bought skills for real-world attributes, and point-bought dreamscape stats -- where your total points is inversely proportional to your real-world stat total people weak in the real world have stronger dream selves to compensate.

There are four attributes Appeal, Mind, Action, and Body and four corresponding classes of dreamscape self Chargemaster, Dreamshaper, Dreamwarrior, and Gadgeteer. Empire of Satanis by Darrick Dishaw Keywords: genre modern horror rules-lite long A horror role-playing game, where the characters are fiends which live in a hellish universe called Yidathroth, or visit the human world known to them as Sha-la.

There are fourteen races of fiends -- and all are unfathomably evil, and strive towards godhood through dark magics. Also, once each scene a player can roll 1d6, and if the result is a six, the player can declare a statement to be true in the game.

Action resolution is roll under stat on 1d Character generation is freeform traits and assignment. It includes GM notes and brief adventures ideas but no defined background.