The Last Paladin
Ohh, that looks like a really cool idea for combat. Well, if you are ever inspired I would not mind you digging up your notes - it actually would be greatly appreciated.Defense is not static. You can do any of the following:
You can always add the MOD for any relevant quality.
- All-out Defense (Negligible Attack) = 0d6 attack, 3d6 defense.
- Strong Defense (Weak Attack) = 1d6 attack, 2d6 defense.
- Strong Attack (Weak Defense) = 2d6 attack, 1d6 defense.
- All-out Attack (Negligible Defense) = 3d6 attack, 0d6 defense.
And, yes, ZoZ is available in print on demand. I have no experience with Dead Inside, personally. My game notes tend to be hand-written, so it'd take me a while to dig em up.
I did not know about this game either. Would you get this over Serpents Teeth?If you got Jaws from Drivethrurpg you may want to go back for the Jaws/Questors of the middle Realms bundle. You get a credit for already owning Jaws.
Questors has a different vibe from Jaws and you might find some things to add to your game in there.
This reminds me of that game, Everyone is John (I played this game a few times and it was a blast).There’s also Vox, kind of psychological weirdness using PDQ. It’s been a while since I read it but the system sits nicely in complexity just below Swashbucklers - it has techniques from memory but is more generic/flexible. Setting is modern day, a bit Unknown Armies vibe
Third Eye Games does some really great stuff. I have actually met Eloy and been in some games with him in addition to working with him. He is a good dude and produces some great games.I guess since we've managed to bring in every flavor of PDQ into this conversation, I'll also bring up H. P. Lovecraft Preparatory Academy. I backed this on on Kickstarter just because it's a PDQ game and I like encouraging publishers to publish PDQ games. But I haven't played it yet, and it does a few things to the system and frankly I'm probably going to have to read it again before I can really talk about it with any kind of authority on the matter.
I have been reading through the play report and so far it is really awesome. It has been really inspiring.
Is the PDQ# the current edition of PDQ? I was using the other document as reference.