[KINDLE] ↠ Feng Shui: Action Movie Roleplaying | By ↠ Robin D. Laws #2020


  • Title: Feng Shui: Action Movie Roleplaying
  • Author: Robin D. Laws
  • ISBN: 9781887801768
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Feng Shui: Action Movie Roleplaying By Robin D. Laws The true power of Feng Shui is known only to a few o bad they all want you dead Bad guys are coming out of the woodwork to wage the secret war Powerful eunuch sorcerers from ancient China Modern day conspiracy masterminds Cyber demonic scientists from the future They ve almost won Portals through time lay bare a secret history of our world, a history that chaThe true power of Feng Shui is known only to a few o bad they all want you dead.Bad guys are coming out of the woodwork to wage the secret war Powerful eunuch sorcerers from ancient China Modern day conspiracy masterminds Cyber demonic scientists from the future They ve almost won Portals through time lay bare a secret history of our world, a history that changes like the breeze and can erase you without you even knowing it There s only one things standing between these monstrous powers and complete control of all of human history you and your buddies But you aren t just anyone You re secret warriors a group of butt kicking, kung fu fighting, spell chucking, pistol packing badasses It s up to you to save the world, or die trying Feng Shui is the Hong Kong martial arts action movie roleplaying game It contains all of the rules necessary for play Feng Shui was originally published by Daedalus Entertainment in 1996, and Atlas Games is pleased to bring this best selling game back into print The Atlas Games edition features the same text as the original in a new format including new artwork, layout, and a hardcover binding.
    Robin D. Laws
    Writer and game designer Robin D Laws brought you such roleplaying games as Ashen Stars, The Esoterrorists, The Dying Earth, Heroquest and Feng Shui He is the author of seven novels, most recently The Worldwound Gambit from Paizo For Robin s much praised works of gaming history and analysis, see Hamlet s Hit Points, Robin s Laws of Game Mastering and 40 Years of Gen Con.

    Feng Shui: Action Movie Roleplaying By Robin D. Laws

    Commentaires:

    PaulPerry
    As with most roleplayers, I first encountered the games in my early teens and via DD This would have been about 1983 or 84, with the red box set of DD Basic Rules, then the blue Expert Rules Our group very much took to heart the concept that these rules were a framework, a guideline now take it and make it your own While we did buy supplements and Dragon magazine, our fertile imaginations and bottomless appetite for movies and books in the fantasy, sci fi and horror genres meant we were than wi [...]

    Brian Rogers
    One of the gaming rule books I pull down and read for pleasure, I ve been riffing through this again as I work on my 2018 game It s really an astounding piece of work, though it can be hard to see that now 20 years on as so much that was radical in it then has become standard technology for later tabletop games Of course, lots of game tech from the last 20 years can be inserted into it to clear up parts of the game that, while they work fine, are a little clunky by today s design standards This [...]

    Saul
    Feng Shui is an older rpg game now but when I first played it I was hooked I had mainly played Dungeons and Dragons and this was very much a different animal This game is very cinematic and wants both players and the game referee GM to really do outlandish things The system is simple and you can get into the action right away There are a ton of supplements that really help you attain the frenetic action that this game meant to emulate Hong Kong Action flicks where tough guys shoot tons of ammo w [...]

    Robert
    As a fan of the Shadowfist Card game, this book was worth reading even if I never get to play the rpg The rules are very different from the popular d20 games, but they that eccentric feeling out new mechanics that made many of the 80 s and 90 s games so fun.The core idea of the system seems to be declare that you are doing something outrageously awesome and roll The outrageous the better You must be original, though Constantly doing the same move may get you penalized The 2d6 mechanic is a litt [...]

    Jorge
    Adem s de ser un excelente juego de rol, me abri los ojos para cambiar mi estilo como Dungeon Master, hacer las partidas m s din micas y cinematogr ficas.

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