This book is amazing! It covers everything for high level play, the art is great, and the layout is so old school. What more do you need?
I love the rules for running a domain, and the rules for mass combat are well thought out.
Igual es que yo no sé leer, pero no veo la innovación (es BRP genérico simple) y eso de nombrar a varios personajes del género Pulp o de acción como héroes que puedes encarnar es una maniobra de marketing engañosa y rastrera, porque no es lo mismo llevar a Indiana Jones y a Lara Croft en el mismo grupo (que sí que hubiera sido innovador, al estilo Liga de los Hombres Extraordinarios) que hacer simplemente referencia al tipo de personajes que te puedes crear.
Me parece una estafa.
Just for clarifying, I own the pdf version.
Started a campaign with a bunch of unlucky soldiers on a mat I made myself. Lost the whole crew to a few glorious enemy criticals and horrible critical fails on my dice.
**LOVED IT AND STARTED AGAIN RIGHT AFTER LOSING. THIS IS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING**
I like creating lil' stories to each of the crews and like to imagine they all exist in the same universe and JUST SO HAPPEN to have similar adventures. Absolutely recommended!!
I'm shocked by how good "Assignment: Danger" is!
It's listed as an espionage game but it's more of a general cinematic action RPG...It can do most everything action oriented. It is based on DM Scotty's EZD6 and can handle pulp action really well with karma points for failed rolls and exploding dice. This isn't your uber deadly OSR game. Although I love those, this is three PCs in a bar fight against twenty five Nazis taking out two or three Nazis with a single punch. It's standing on the wing of a airplane in mid air and shooting your pistol at terrorists. It's James Bond with a mini rocket launcher in his fountain pen. If you have seen it in an action movie, Assignment: Danger can do it which is amazing for such a rules lite game. With the optional sanity mechanics you can even run Call of Cthulhu or Delta Green scenarios with it.
I'll be running it as a WW2 Indiana Jones type game and it won't require any mods for that. ...
Date Added: 09/21/2023 14:38:47
I really waited for this book, because I love 7th sea and like culture of native american (espescially Hopi and Haida). Unfortunately we get product, which in no way uses the potential of the cultural wealth of native Americans. Additionally, we have a lot of typos. Even though we have some cool elements (e.g. I think I'll have some fun with combining magic using coyote's gifts), but we got was clearly an unfinished product
Date Added: 09/21/2023 10:46:26
This one is the third of the series and shows the author and artist hitting thier stride. Totally excellent in all regards and the best oracle type of aid i have seen to date. Get all three immediatly, and keep an eye on this spot. the artwork deserves mention. most are evocitive as intended but the quality of the digital rendering is so good that my Ipad wallpaper never looked better.
There is a lot of whining about how this game is for abusers and bullies but I don't see the same outrage for the other game lines. You're playing monsters. Have fun with it and play into the humanity side as well. Never forget this is a game and not real life
The DRAMA!!! Players were actually arguing about what to do with Lilyana, it got HEATED. Like, standing up from the couch heated.
I loved this, and I'm definitely going to recommend it to any DM who wants to ease the party into roleplaying-centric games.