Bloodforge is based on the book Bastards & Bloodlines from Green Ronin for 3.5. There's a bunch of differences than just the system: the B&B races routinely have LA, and every single one of them is a rather simple hybrid of the parents with not much unique going on. Also it had hybrid monster...
Well, there's another Doyalist* perspective that says having the label of "not human" is important. It's Watsonian* itself to assume that everything has to default to human.
* I hope I'm using those right.
Oh, right, I need to answer Religion:
I don't really "get" religion, fantasy or otherwise. So I don't try. If I need religions they're generic and only there to fill out world-building quota. I guess in that case not only does every member of a race worship the same thing, everyone in the...
On monocultures: I simply assume every individual is an individual, and sprinkle in "culture" as accents that hint at a whole but never precisely define it. Thus I can have as many cultures across as many races as I want, since they're hard to pin down into saying "This individual isn't being...
HP: 1; Conditions: None
Senses: Perception +11
"It might be safe enough between you and Bunker making some walls to hold the explosion in."
Omni switches on her comm. "Bunker, we need your assistance."
This is probably why: "challenge" isn't something I get.
I should note there are games -- e.g. Dark Souls -- where I do understand speedruns, though mostly because there's not much reason to play the game elsewise.