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FlexAI Guidebook: Free Sample


FlexAI is an attempt to model and simulate monster and NPC behavior in a combat encounter.  It scales in complexity from very simple to as complex as you as a GM would like it to be.  It can be used in any tabletop roleplaying game with zero preparation time.  

The system takes only a few minutes to learn, is easy and quick to use, and can enhance any tabletop roleplaying combat experience.

The forthcoming Full Edition of the Flex AI Guidebook is more than 300 pages, containing over 300 detailed scenarios to generate dynamic, contextually-appropriate creature behavior in various combat circumstances.

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Heath W July 27, 2021 10:34 am UTC
Just read through this and I'm immediately buying the full fat version, but I think I spotted an error on p8 (Simple AI rules).

The Target table seems to be using the icons for the Outcomes (For example, Frontline uses the White Crossed Swords on Red for the Main Attack outcome). It also has the column heading Outcome instead of Target.
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Todd K September 06, 2020 7:40 pm UTC
Some requests that to me would seem to make it more useful
p5, where it has the multiple columns listing treasure based on a person's attitude, have the ''Neutral' column in the middle of the table (and its column header has an obviously larger font), with Helpful on one side, and Hostile on the other side. This way the person reading the chart knows that the default setting is the large print toward the middle, with one side being better than the other.
p6 - Table 2 name: "Combat Oucomes" -> "Combat Outcomes"
p7 - Table 3, should the category after "Frontline" be listed as "Rearguard"?
p7 - right column, 4th paragraph, "invovled" -> "involved"
p8 - Limitations, 1st paragraph: "acount" -> "account"
p8 - this table could even vary by creature, with a bonus to the roll depending on damage done to the creature. So it might perform its main attack often, but after taking some damage...See more
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Bruce W May 14, 2019 6:11 pm UTC
Looks interesting. FYI, "vanguard" means at the front, not at the rear. Also, you might want to look at the text in the "Production Quality" section on page 3... ;-)
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J. E May 14, 2019 6:27 pm UTC
Ah, good catches! Fixed in both cases; thank you!
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