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Deadlands is better of without them. This is where free form character creation shines.
But to get back on topic, I can see how it’s an advantage to build your characters from the ground up It dadlands a lot of flexibility that class levels can’t match.
Is there no class system or is it just based off the edges and stuff you pick for your character? I highly doubt that I’ll be looking too much into classic though, a brief description of a round of it’s combat brings back the nightmares of Mech Warrior and spending an entire night getting through two rounds of combat.
Sort of a square peg in a round hole situation.
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If it’s not a good system, then the creativity and imagination doesn’t mean squat. My very first experience with the D20 System was deadlwnds fact Deadlands D This is my understanding of what’s been posted so far.
It seems to work in a similar fashion to the heroes system. They’re fast, fitting and deliberate. Not sure, but I can guess. A huge pool of skills, spells, and edges to choose from mean that no two characters will probably be alike yes they’ll share some similarities.
But yes I also enjoyed it. But no, there doesn’t seem to be a class system. The rules reflect that. So, I did some digging on your inquiry and discovered some things.
My most successful campaign in a decade was run on these rules, and my players had a blast even without rulbook for most of the sessions. You can have high powered games that don’t rely on people being able to jump off mountains and take repeated punches in the face from creatures ten times their cor. Best game I ever played. Maybe it’s my innate love for the Dark Tower Series talking here but that Devil’s Tower trilogy sounds particularly interesting.
I think reloaded is going to work fine though. Deadlanes my group and I know them and enjoy the games using them.
I brought it up to my DM and this is what he replied with: That last post is in reference to the cookie cutter thing only. Honestly, I wouldn’t say that Deadlands is a game that gains anything by avoiding classes.
Deadlands D20 is as clunky and unbalanced as classic, but it doesn’t have the cards and token chips – and they created a very fun atmosphere.
However, I believe it’s the d20 version. Otherworld hit it right on the head. First, let me say that my only experience with Deadlands is the d20 variety. How it basically works is it starts out with a players section of background information, then a GMs section with extra rules and the truth behind what was said in the players section. D20 is clunky at times, yes, but it does offer a broad versatility and if you’re creative, can repurpose to any sort of game.
Thus, Classic players often akin themselves to being the victims of some tabletop holocaust at the hands of the publishing companies. If it’s not too 4th edition, I’m strongly considering researching it.
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We went for 3 sessions without any combat, and many more without any major encounters. Why is D20 Deadlands terrible? When I say too 4th edition, I’m referencing the oversimplification of the system. Quick question, which version of Savage worlds does Reloaded work off of? Any other set of the game’s rules is going to be way less obnoxious and detailed than d20’s. Are there any good adventure paths out there for Deadlands or am I coee have to make it up myself?
Also, I’d like to know a little more about classic. I think a gunfight should be a lethal experience no matter what your level. Excluding the profession based edges which are more like prestige classes. The other two editions are just much more fresh in terms of atmosphere, and the sort of game they produce. I’ve never personally played a game with no classes but it definitely sounds interesting.
When you can solve any mystery by summoning the murder victim’s ghost, figure out who the culprit rulegook by Linking History and an illusion spell and then sending a demon to haunt the killer’s dreams until he confesses, things get boring. I wouldn’t have cared if my characters died in your fantasy games either, I’ve been prepared for character death. Just say away from the d20 version if you can, as said. Give it your best shot and I’ll do my best to understand. I recall reading a quote on the deaadlands website admitting that they were mostly going along with the crowd and didn’t put a lot of effort into it.
I also enjoyed it despite the occasional problem. Class systems bundle abilities into archetypal packages. I dont know how to sum it up really Edges seem very similar to feats in my opinion. Reloaded looks pretty good and I found a electronically fillable character sheet to boot.