The Book of Energy: Using the System
The Book of the Mind: The Power of Belief
The Book of the Soul: The GM's Guide to
Planescape Design: David "Zeb" Cook
L5R Game System Design: John Wick
This Page And Planar Gaming System Design:Joel
Oberdieck Playtesting and Suggestions (And their characters): C. Adam
Scott ("Ronin"), Megan Callender ("Mooky/Rona
Ytik", "Dallandra"), Rachel Weinberg ("Mircelle",
"Shmendrick"), Brian Lieberman ("Unnamed Priest of Dionysus"), Loree Wenke
("Unnamed Xaositect"), Christ Brust ("Movac"),
Shawni ("Isawa Gen Mai", "(Isawa) Jade")
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This space contains stuff for you to download and use at home. All
text files are .rtf's or .pdf's.
Here is a multiplication chart,
for all those annoying fractions that occasionally come up in the game.
With this, you never need a calculator to figure damage and such.
A Magic Rational, by Marc Carlson.
This is the source of the Dimensions, and is all around a really cool document.
A follow-up, with rules for using the system under AD&D 2E is here.
The Netbook of Proficiencies - for AD&D 2E, and in a rather ugly format,
but its still a huge resource for skills.
The Great Net Spellbook - for AD&D 2E, its a huge comilation of player-created
spells. Kinda fun, actually.
Over the summer, a friend of mine decided to try to run a game using my
system. Thus, she needed rules. Well, I felt the need to type
something up for this, so you get to benefit to. Here are the documents
she was sent. Basics, and Basics
Two - Powers. The contents of Basics will become the new Quick
and Dirty Mechanics section. The Powers is a horrible first attempt
at a unified Powers system. No clue how well it works, but its ugly
and will be thoroughly revised as time permits.