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More resources for the gamemaster. Contains a larger list of weapons and a d1000 special feature table.

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  1. Revolution D100 NPC Gen

    Fast and Easy NPC generator.

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  2. Renaissance Combat Tracker

     
     
    A sheet giving boxes to track reload progress, Dexterity Rank, and the passage of overall combat time. This is sprinkled in with the usual fillable stat blocks combat skills.

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  3. Revolution D100 Basic Character Sheet

    Here's a character sheet omitting all fields for the Advanced Combat rules of the genuine RD100 Character Sheet. Good if you use only the Basic/Narrative Combat in your games and need that extra bit of real-estate on the paper. The Sheet itself was derived from the original one, only minor changes in Layout have been done.

    32 downloads

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  4. Revolution D100 - Rob's House Rules

    Ideas for Supernatural Powers, Character Qualities (Advantage system) and Character Death in Basic/Narrative Conflicts.
    No core rules are changed, all rules simply show how to use the flexibility of the RD100 system.

    29 downloads

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  5. Revolution D100 - Cheat Sheet

    Quick Reference sheet and rules summary for the Revolution D100 system.

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  6. Minion Rules

    Simple and fast Minion rules that do not change a bit of the BRP system. Big battles with 40 NPCs per side are usually competed within a few minutes.

    Comes with a Minion sheet as well.

    85 downloads

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  7. House Rules for HeroQuesting in RQ2

    With Chaosium releasing the new Runequest soon, I decided to post my house rules for Heroquesting for RQ 2. 
    This is just a reference document for possible ideas to others and originally started long ago during a game after running Bunan Flea and Barran the Monster Killer. Opinions are not needed as YGWV, and should but will not impact mine. Lol, enjoy.

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  8. HeroQuest Difficulties Sessions 1-16.pdf

    A unified table that provides numerical values for obstacles' difficulty, based on the number of sessions run to date and the pass/fail cycle.
    This combines tables from pages 113 and 115 of HeroQuest Glorantha

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  9. Gloranthan Week and Lunar Magic.pdf

    A table that lists all the days of a Gloranthan week, along with their effects on Lunar magic. Combines material from HeroQuest Glorantha, pages 184 and 233.

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  10. Hazards , lava, steam, earthquakes, electrical, etc.

    Ok this is my set of hazards rules: hazards. Lava, toxic waste, radioactive waste, steam, earthquakes, electrical, laser fence, force fields, electric fences, kv power lines.
    This most likely will be updated some, I most likely will add more hazards,
    if you have a suggestion for a hazard let me know. If you find a mistake let me know!
    Nothing here is written in stone, so use what parts you like, ignore the rest.
    If you think my values are to high or to low then change them till it feels right to you!
    I forgot to mention this is in .odt format so you will need microsoft word or office, or similar. If you don't have those i suggest OpenOffice its free!
    Lastly Happy gaming!

    45 downloads

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  11. BRP Gamemaster Screen

    This is a PDF with 6 pages of additional tables some people might find useful. When printing the Reference section of the BRP rules book, these additional tables should cover nearly anything you will need during an adventure and character creation.

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  12. BRP Gamemaster Screen Landscape

    so, here's te Landscape version, a bit better and some more tables on it. I think it's superior to the portrait one.

    I tried to put the tables together in a way they seem useful during play. My favorit version

    Front Back
    p1 p6
    p2 p3
    p4 p5

    629 downloads

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  13. Basic Roleplaying Cheat Sheet Version 1

    Here is a draft for review by the experts. Just something I wanted to put together that would give a good easy to read and review overview of how the system worked, and as a guide of reference for both new and seasoned gamemasters. Also included in the back is an extra large resistance table.

    That was all I could think of putting on it without it becoming too big. Although if there is anything that those viewing it think should be on it, or if they find errors please let me know. As is implied in the title this is only the first version. Comments and criticisms are most welcome.

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  14. Basic Bestiary

    Downloaded from Scribed. Awesome portfolio.

    1,336 downloads

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  15. GM Screen - 4 Panel - Landscape - v1.50 - PDF

    [PDF] A 4 panel landscape GM screen, easy on the printer ink, with various useful tables for a standard BRP game. Another supplement will follow with additional reference tables.

    PM me here on the boards for updates or suggestions.

    Thanks!

    UPDATE: v1.5 with difficulty table added.

    836 downloads

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  16. Ken's D1000 Table

    Hiya gang,
    Back in the hardscrabble days of lil' book D&D and its offshoots, I remember going through Hargrave's "Arduin Grimoire" when it first came out. Packed with mounds of great homebrewed stuff, I *really* liked the several pages of "Special Features Tables" that were included toward the front of the book.
    Ever since, I've been a fan of such tables, and have used several such over the years.
    So at some point several years back I decided that a *mere* D100 just wasn't enough, and decided to make a D1000 table. How hard could it be?
    Well, I'll tell you, trying to generate a *thousand* different features is more difficult than you might think. It was for *me* anyways...
    I eventually came to the realization that such a task was going to be kind of difficult.
    I started by worked up a list of features cadged from the old Hargrave tables, stuff taken from an accquaintence's Special Feature table I received in the early 80s, and anything out of the ordinary that may have been attributed to a particular NPC or spell, or special cult table, etc which I could find going through my RQ/CoC/DG/Elric/Stormbringer/Elfquest stuff, odd abilities encountered while reading through epics and sagas,bits taken from a set of online RQ Alchemy Rules (Simon Hibbs maybe?),as well as stuff of my own creation or inspired by stuff I'd encountered during game play.
    More than a *few* bouts of fine tuning later, and you have my D1000 Special feature Table.
    Enjoy!
    -Ken-

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  17. GM Screen InDesign File

    Here's the InDesign file for the 4 Panel Landscape GM screen I created. For those who want to hack away at it! You will have to remove the PDF extension (the system won't allow indd files).

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  18. A Kick in Your Arsenal

    Enjoy this expanded list of blunt, sharp, heavy, and otherwise naughty objects you shouldn't use or put inside of other people at high velocity in the real world. Compiled from books published by Chaosium and Pagan Publishing. It is principally composed of damage tables by caliber and improvised weapons with a few nuggets of mayhem thrown in for fun. It best serves games set in the 20th Century, but has a few Gaslight and ancient weapons for your reference.

    This is only a reference guide and not intended to replace or substitute for the full statistics presented in those books. Feel free to adjust the statistics for your own use. Rules are never a substitute for for a fertile imagination. Enjoy! :thumb:

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  19. BRP Wonder Tables Instructions

    These are the instructions for the BRP Wonder tables, which compute for you:
    - character skill points allocation
    - character training
    - any random table (e.g. encounters)

    Enjoy!

    Zit

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  20. Random Weather Generation

    Just a simple system you can use to randomly generate weather I cobbled together a day when I was bored and had little to do.
    I have used the Weather Conditions from p. 235-236 of the BRP Book and made some simple tables you can use to quickly roll up the conditions for each day. It also have some simple guidelines on how you can generate temperatures for each day.

    300 downloads

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  21. Dogs

    These are my homebrew rules for handling dogs in a normal powered game. It handles hunting, tracking, guard, and attack dogs. These rules would most likely be useful for people running normal powered games set in wilder areas where people still live with and use dogs. Imagine our heroes being chased through the swamp by baying hounds, or sneaking up on a frontier cabin with a couple of dogs in the yard – that is the type of situation where this level of detail would be needed. I have a blog entry explaining why I bothered to write these up, if anyone is interested.

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  22. Vitruvian BRP Attack & Defense Matrix 1.1

    Redesigned for dyslexics. There may be typos (I did this at 2:30 in the morning). If you discover any, please let me know and I'll fix them.

    322 downloads

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  23. brpalchemy

    A system for using alchemy with BRP, of most use in medieval-renaissance settings. If anyone has any questions about these rules, feel free to PM me (Byron Alexander) on the forums.

    752 downloads

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  24. BRP Illusionists

    Expanded rules for specialist illusionists, for those who like playing that sort of thing. As with alchemy, any questions then PM me on the forums.

    471 downloads

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  25. CoC/MW to BRP Movement

    Don't know if people recognise it at all, but MW and CoC use different Movement rates. I like to use some creatures from both of these settings in my BRP game, so I came up with this easy movement table.

    170 downloads

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