Ok I see this and read it and his crimes are pretty brutal. I don't see the Judges family on there, or if I did I didn't recognize the names.
One other thing I don't see is a catalyst or motive. These types of crimes don't just happen. Something leads up to it or causes it, hence my desire for the backstory. He is still a creepy guy for sure, and as a Gm I just like information so don't do it just appease me but his reason behind killing just doesn't hit me/ Go to Comment
Palladium uses a system very similar to this and is Extremely detailed... to much so IMHO. But just to get a better idea on how they implemented it you should look that up for what to do, and what NOT to do. Go to Comment
This somehow needs to be sent to all new members of the site in as a link in a PM somehow so they can read it. As a matter of fact a codec of helpful subs should be sent to every new members as a sort of required reading if you will to help them along. Possibly to help stave off those thinking they need to copy and paste other works to get good votes and focus more on their own work. I likes it... yess I's doos' Go to Comment
This isn't spectacular by any means and some require more work than simply the rolling of a random die roll. The arena one for instance.
However, I enjoy the idea of random happenings to a group. I had a cut purse try to steal the coin purse of a player who caught him. After some yelling, threats of personal and bodily harm that would scar the young boys psyche, the youth ended up being a hireling of sorts for the player running errands and gaining information and hard to get items of illegal nature. Go to Comment
I concur. At first the shield seemed a bit over the top but it has a very nice drawback I'm willing to accept. Are there a limited supply of these? Were they made ages ago and the art is lost or are they still being mad today? Go to Comment
Much better than I had originally thought. This has been on my iPad since it came up and I have been forcing myself not to read it. But I like it. Seems rushed in a few places but well thought out in most others. Kudos to you scras this puts forth a decent format that I might follow in the near future. Go to Comment