From this, I have produced a PDF version, and a cross-referenced HTML version of the SRD. You can get the Fudge SRD in RTF format on the. The Fudge System Reference Document (SRD) is available in either PDF or RTF formats. You can download from the FUDGE Files or from the embedded links. Specific SRD Rule: uses at least one specific rule listed in the Fudge SRD. For example: “Simultaneous Combat”, or “Objective Character.
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Mundane combat equipment is based only on the class of weapon and the class of character using it. There are a lot of attributes to choose from. Another Gamemaster may choose 6 attributes, or 10, or more. What is 13th Age? Icons — Icons are powerful factions that exert their will on the realm in some way or another. Relationships — A quantitative measurement of how much influence a given Icon exerts on a character.
Backgrounds — Instead of advancing individual skills, a character assigns points to jobs or positions they have held, which can help them with actions in-game. For example, a character might be a Great swordsman rather than a 14th level fighter.
What makes 13th Age different? Two characters are either: This defines both the character and the universe by exclusion.
Speaking of fighters, martial classes gain some variety in their combat. If you are thinking of designing your own home rules role-playing game, simply reading Fudge can provide an excellent introduction to everything you need consider as a game designer! You can even mix broad definitions with narrow ones without any loss of playability.
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Critical hits are as simple as rolling in the crit range once. The GM selects the skills, whether they are broadly defined skill groups or finely defined individual skills.
Alternative dice methods allow for sided or percentile dice to be used. You can purchase the core rulebook here! The GM chooses attributes that match the genre played and suit individual taste.
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Players use normal six-sided dice, or, optionally, special Fudge dice, to determine how well their fudbe perform any action. Fighters, for instance, have features that allow their attacks to proc certain advantages depending on the roll of the die and if the attack hit or not.
The word-based system lets you easily translate any campaign world or adventure written in Fudge into any other system, and vice versa! Results describe degrees of success or failure!
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There are no artificial limits placed on character creation; any character the player can imagine can be described in Fudge terms. The GM has final say over whether or not a character is acceptable in a given game.
For instance, a basic attack with a dagger in the hands of a rogue does the same damage as a basic attack with a longsword in the hands of a fighter. Fudge is a rules-light roleplaying game RPGconcentrating on role-playing rather than endless dice rolls and tables and similar detailed game mechanics.
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They are both very experienced game designers who have put their extensive combined experience into making 13th Age a quality game. The Fudge game was first published on the Internet, and alternative rules and supplementary materials are freely available at various on-line sites.
Rogues build momentum as they attack. It also uses words rather than numbers to describe character traits. The basic Fudge rules contain no campaign world information except for a few examples.
Fudge is also flexible enough to satisfy experienced role-players. Two characters are either:.