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Sword & Scoundrel - Roll20 Character Sheet Demo

Post by Agamemnon » 06 Jul 2017, 12:45

Ah Thursday™, everyone's favorite day of the week.

The draft is now copy-complete through the end of character creation and currently in the editing and layout stages. You'll have that in your hands soon enough. In the meantime, Barbarossa has completed the roll20 sheet, which will be our teaser for this week.


youtu.be/vpDDUccjlN8

Keep your eyes peeled, a lot of stuff is coming down the pipe.
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Post by EinBein » 06 Jul 2017, 13:03

Sexy!
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Post by Benedict » 06 Jul 2017, 13:11

EinBein wrote:Sexy!
Indeed. :D

Ha, so armor now is:
Proofed Plate 5MR
Plate 4MR
Lamellar 3MR
Maille 3M
Boiled Leather 2R
Leather/Gambeson 2
Was really wondering if proofed would stay AV6.

Now to get those Floating City characters into those new sheets. ;)
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Post by Agamemnon » 06 Jul 2017, 14:34

Benedict wrote:
EinBein wrote:Sexy!
Indeed. :D

Ha, so armor now is:
Proofed Plate 5MR
Plate 4MR
Lamellar 3MR
Maille 3M
Boiled Leather 2R
Leather/Gambeson 2
Was really wondering if proofed would stay AV6.
The way we wanted proofed plate to be was the best money can buy, but also so absurdly expensive that none but the richest would bother with it. The previous AV6 seemed to be too tempting, though, and we wound up seeing was the equivalent of a bunch of homeless people driving around in Maseratis. Not exactly what we intended. Proofed plate went up in price, relatively speaking, and down by one in value. Now the absurdly rich will still buy and wear it, but the adventuring class won't be so tempted to bankrupt themselves to acquire it.
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Post by thorgarth » 06 Jul 2017, 18:09

Very well pondered... though it´s quite clearly elitist :twisted: , and just one more reason to murder nobleman.
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Post by thorgarth » 06 Jul 2017, 18:52

Benedict wrote:
Now to get those Floating City characters into those new sheets. ;)
Is the page already available on Roll20?
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Post by Agamemnon » 06 Jul 2017, 20:55

thorgarth wrote:
Benedict wrote:
Now to get those Floating City characters into those new sheets. ;)
Is the page already available on Roll20?
We'll be submitting it shortly. We want it to be available when the draft launches, though you guys might get the character creation book before then just because we love you.
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Post by thirtythr33 » 06 Jul 2017, 21:00

Omg Barbarossa, I love the nobleman portrait with the glasses on :lol:

Also having the TN shift automatically from the TN box instead of typing it in is a nice little addition.
Going and putting all the maneuvers and wheels options in there is really great too.
After we get it all sorted out we could even just use this for The Floating City and dump the forum roller so we can go phpbb3.

Also, for those interested I spotted that ranged attack pools are called Compensation and Accuracy. Nice.
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Post by Agamemnon » 06 Jul 2017, 21:22

thirtythr33 wrote:Omg Barbarossa, I love the nobleman portrait with the glasses on :lol:
The background is actually the backdrop for our current playtest campaign. There's a running joke from when Barb GMs that all of his NPCs are just him wearing different costumes or with different facial hair. Naturally, then, his character for our current campaign is just a portrait of himself wearing period getup. It's pretty great.
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Post by Barbarossa » 06 Jul 2017, 22:45

thirtythr33 wrote:Omg Barbarossa, I love the nobleman portrait with the glasses on :lol:
Yeah, it ended up being this funny meta commentary about GMing and at the end of the day how I'm still all of the bit players in the story.

http://imgur.com/a/PnMNr Here's a link to a couple of them.

Glad everyone seems to like the Character sheet and I'm getting all of the bugs out before submitting.
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Post by thirtythr33 » 07 Jul 2017, 04:31

Yes. This how I imagine every game I GM:


youtu.be/HPeattKV74A

Also, just about every game of BOB/S&S seems to have a character named Giorgio, Gregor or George. :lol:
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