I turned "The Big Purple D30 Rule" into a level 1 cleric spell:
A cleric may pray to ask for special luck for some character. That players character may then use a d30 for any one attack, damage or saving throw.
Attaching popular house rules to spells let's players activate those rules on a case by case basis, without changing the rules of the game permanently.
I like this! "The Plain Person’s Guide to Plain Text Social Science".
"So this discussion is not geared toward convincing you there is One True Way to organize things. I do think, however, that if you’re in the early phase of your career as a graduate student in, say, Sociology, or Economics, or Political Science, you should give some thought to how you’re going to organize and manage your work."
@Provinto maybe run a one-shot from some system neutral material? Trilemma? or even Hot-Springs Island :sweat_smile: I've not played Risus yet, but from reading it, combat seems to be a death spirale ...
Holiday challenge: stat Santa!
No question he rides a large Sleigh of Flying, and can teleport many times a day. Pretty sure he also has ESP and probably can talk to animals.
But is he a chaotic good wizard? a high level druid? An Immortal? Or all is not as it seems and he's just an illusion, or an automaton?
Bonus points for adventure seeds ;-)
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