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ELF

Generator Sage
Staff member
CL Add-on Dev
Beta-Tester
Faster Combatant
The Atlas Worlds Kickstarter is about a new campaign management tool, with the focus on revealing GM content to players piece by piece, but the implementation and pricing details are curiously vague:
Atlas Worlds is a tool designed to enhance the role playing game experience for players and Game Masters alike. Our tool serves as an organizer for game content and provides players access to that content in a way they would discover it as a character.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/markohnsman/atlas-worlds-build-your-worlds-on-our-shoulders/
 

ELF

Generator Sage
Staff member
CL Add-on Dev
Beta-Tester
Faster Combatant
I have that one saved, but I'm torn on it. I love the style and the idea, but the system leaves me cold.
Yeah, I was surprised to see this kind of a game using a d100-based system. But the story point mechanics sound fun (not to mention the comic book world of alternative 1965)! I backed on the PDF tier, this feels like a fun game to play between more serious campaigns.

Did you check out the free scenario? The characters' built-in complications and plot hooks sound something that could be worth adopting to other games as well - and using a passport as the character sheet is a stroke of genius! (The passport gets more stamps when the game moves from location to location - this could be used for some fun, additional mechanics.)
 
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Chuck Dee

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Did you check out the free scenario? The characters' built-in complications and plot hooks sound something that could be worth adopting to other games as well - and using a passport as the character sheet is a stroke of genius! (The passport gets more stamps when the game moves from location to location - this could be used for some fun, additional mechanics.)
Yes I did... it seems that the writers have some sort of cognitive dissonance going on between their mechanics, as those seem lifted from another system. It's one of the reasons I still have it bookmarked. I'm thinking about getting it to adapt to another system.
 
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