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Welcome to Legends

Legends is a rules-lite, setting free Fantasy RPG. The game is quick to set up and character creation is lightning fast. If you want to jump into a game which can be a single adventure played over a few hours or a campaign played over week’s then Legends will allow you to do both.

Within this book you will find:

  • Character Creation that uses Pre-generated characters that you can build upon or you can build your character from scratch.
  • A simple dice mechanic where you add your Stat to your skill and beat a target number.
  • Complete rules to play the game.
  • A large selection of Armour, Weapons and Gear.
  • A Game where all dice Explode! Including damage dice.
  • A freeform magic system, that allows you to make the spell you want and cast it as many times as you like.
  • Freeform Alchemy system
  • Help with world-building
  • A selection of monsters to battle with blank monster sheets so you can build your own.

To play the game you will need a complete set of dice and some friends.

Legends has everything you need to play a quick easy to learn Fantasy RPG in a world that you have created, or it can be easily included into any established setting of your choice.

Happy Gaming


 
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April 05, 2020 11:44 pm UTC
For an 80 page book it is quite expensive to pay $75 for a hard copy - is there a plan to release a soft-cover/standard color POD?
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Jay L April 06, 2020 6:54 pm UTC
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Hard copy isn't $75
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April 07, 2020 4:46 am UTC
For an Australian, it is AUD $75.
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Justin W March 23, 2020 9:18 am UTC
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I am liking the simplicity of this system and it seems pretty easy to adapt and expand. For example I would be tempted to add a Charm (RAP) or Crafting (INT) skill, and it might benefit from a talent/feat system.
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Jay L March 24, 2020 8:13 pm UTC
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Thanks, Justin, it's your game so adapt away and have fun
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Rick H March 22, 2020 12:18 pm UTC
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I have many questions.

There’s a Brawl skill but unarmed damage is not included... can you provide that?

Also, the Heal Skill, how many wounds will a successful check restore?

I see the XP chart on costs to improve but there’s no advice on how many points to give out per session, encounter, milestone, etc. Can you expand on that?

On both the Physical Health and Mental Health tracks there are benchmarks like Injured, Serious, Fearful, Scared, Terrified, etc. What mechanical consequences are there, if any, for being reduced to them? If that’s explained anywhere, I missed it.

And Healing restores wounds, what restores checked off Mental Health boxes?

Movement. There’s, like, nothing on it. Is it in feet, meters, squares, areas, etc? How far can a PC move? How far can the monsters move? Anything you could share would be appreciated.

How many rolls are required to cast an offensive/attack spell? On pages 18 and 30 it’s...See more
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Justin W March 23, 2020 8:35 am UTC
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Looking through the rules, I am assuming:

1) You just roll Strength dice as it’s a melee attack. If you are using a weapon, you would add the weapons damage on top. Creatures using claws, teeth also have a damage rating for that so small claws might be Strength plus d4, large claws strength plus d8 etc.

2) given that normal healing is pretty low (1 or 3), probably in the same range ie 1 for a use of first aid, or could base it on inflicting damage (1 wound per 2 full points over difficulty. Difficulty could be based on injury level, so Injured (5), Wounded (8), Seriously Wounded (12), Dying (15) etc.

3) I agree, but you could judge this by the costs. 1-3 per session would seem about right.

4) I think this is largely narrative- monsters just have Wound boxes. However you could apply -1 per category below Injured or Scared, to relevant tests. ...See more
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Jay L March 24, 2020 8:06 pm UTC
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That is a long list.
So what Justin wrote below seems pretty on point.

1. Unarmed damage is your Strength
2. Heal skill is pretty low D4
3. GM should decide on points based on how quickly they want the characters to progress.
4. Mental health heals naturally there are no Psychiatrists in Legend
5. Health track is Narrative
6. The game is more theatre of the mind, so I tend not to worry about movement but employ whichever system you prefer.
7. As stated it is the same as a skill so your stat plus spellcasting, this is covered on page 32.
8. Things last for as many rounds as they continue so fire will last until it is put out or the victim dies, but again just throw a number on there based on how much you like/hate the victim.
9. Monsters can fight monsters, what else would they do whilst waiting for hapless adventurers to appear.

Hope this helps
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