Great expansion! Kind of like the Illuminati card game with it's own unique theme, and in RPG format. Like the slim format too, lets the imagination build things up from there. I originally bought MyFarog for the classical era look and feel but, I think I'll definitely have to do a game of TC!
Look at page 48 of THE COMING to see the Critical Damage chart you can use. In the last game I was in, someone used it and we ended up having a lot of fun. Although one thing I'm not sure about is where it says "Whenever a creature loses 1/4 or more of his HP".
Does that mean 1/4 of their total HP or 1/4 of whatever their current HP is?
Good purchase! Have you tried any games yet using TC supplement? I also particularly like all of the organisations and fractions. Which one is your 'favourite'?
Ohh favorite, it's always so hard to pick one! The Antediluvian's got me laughing so I'd have to pick them, lol I can imagine a game with Illythids stalking about using their abilities, maybe appearing to prepare the earths atmosphere to support the Krakens, so they can walk on land and aren't restricted to the waterways. Frosted Jesus under the ice indeed, lmao
I wouldn't play as an Illythid mind you, I just appreciate great enemies. Gives good depth to the plot.
INT means total intelligence, and Int means the intelligence modifier - so I would assume HP means total hitpoints. Otherwise someone who is at 1/2 hitpoints is going to receive increasingly brutal critical attacks. A boxer in his final burst of energy does take more critical blows but, I think that is a reflection of his sudden failure of dexterity and consciousness, not of the physical integrity of his body.
Post by industrialchild on Sept 18, 2019 0:00:21 GMT
This expansion blew my mind as much as it freaked me out! The way combat is adjusted for modern day firearms and the tables for them...Holy hell! Once I run a few games of MYFAROG, it's nice to know that I can use this system outside of Thule', bring it into our world and cause a catastrophic event to happen! The chills that went up my spine while reading this wonderful work!