Agniton RPG V1.1, and Game Module

It’s done! I’ve completed this month’s aim in getting both the 1.1 version of the rules. The new version includes rules for cover, flamer attacks, spread fire for automatic weapons, and a few general tweaks and fixes.

Along with these an accompanying game module has now been uploaded onto the website – A Fool’s Errand.

Both can be found here.

Hopefully, this will enable the system to be more accessible for people who stumble across it (or people who already know of it, even) to start playing and try out the system.

The module is based off of the game I created for the session featured on YouTube, so if you saw that you’ll know pretty much what to expect. It’s also the same first session that my current group of players began with in a game that now has them battling for control over a town with groups of rival factions!

Obviously, we’re onto NaNoWriMo next month, as detailed below. The current projects sidebar has been adjusted accordingly.

ARPG Version 1.0 Final Release

It’s finally here!

After almost exactly 8 months of development, Agniton Role-play game is finally out. Compiled into a nice little 30-ish page rulebook, the project feels like it’s taken far too long to complete.

And, well, maybe it has. Still, I delivered this within the deadline I’ve set for myself, so I’m happy with that.

If you’d like to read more on the development of this, I took the time to write some of my thoughts on the now (almost defunct) Iiosia forums, over here.

Otherwise, if you decide to have a read through (and even attempt to play) the system, you can download it HERE!

I’d love feedback on it. Since I’m a one-man team it’s difficult for me to approach this with a fresh pair of eyes, so if anyone has any issues with the rules due to lack of clarity, or even missing sections entirely, please let me know!

As for this month’s targets, well, that’s one off the list. I’m pretty sure I can finish The Great War re-write fairly soon, which just leaves the re-write of Herding the Cattle do finish. This last one’s going to be a challenge, honestly, what with a few ¬†real-life things getting in the way (and me becoming recently obsesses with Total War: Warhammer, not gonna lie), but I’ll do what I can!

Thanks all!