Achei esta thread no repositório de todo o conhecimento, e acho-a brilhante. Alguém muito louco estava a conversar com um amigo, que lhe explicava que, em D&D, existem feats de combate como Improved Trip. A reacção da pessoa foi: Sabes, isso era muito mais giro se estivessemos a jogar D&D: The 60's. Conseguem perceber a piada?
Imediatamente trataram de arrumar as classes principais (Druid é agora um Tree-Hugger, enquanto que um Ranger é um Activist, por exemplo), de arranjar substitutos para coisas como Armas (o que se usa para mudar o ambiente e o sistema - influência, os media, retórica, etc), Hit Points (o idealismo do personagem, a sua vontade de mudar o mundo...), e a Armadura fica é tudo o que lhes permite lidar com toda a porcaria que vêm (os amigos, fama, etc).
Aqui fica o relato do AP:
[quote]The first encounter was against a hell hound. We looked at its descriptors—Violent, Square, Fire—and decided that the KKK was holding a rally in New York. Cargyle wins initiative, so Corvinity sets the scene. He hears about the rally a few weeks before it happens, and starts writing anonymous editorials, spreading the meme that the KKK is anti-Christian, anti-American, and anti-pretty-much-everything-else-besides. (This is the cleric spell Doom, cast hidden and with cover—it hits.) Zoya goes next. I describe how she hears about the upcoming in one of Cargyle's classes and calls on her feminist student group to work to disrupt the rally. It's within their mandate—the Klan's ah “policies” are viciously harmful to all women. They leave fliers and posters around the city, graphically depicting the victim's of the Klan. Their reputation sinks, people go from “they kinda have a right to express their views” to “…and I have a right to express mine, in their face.” and by the time the rally comes around, there is a definite sense of unwelcomeness (Zoya's weapon here is “media propogation and left objects,” statted like a lance. Her charge does 16 HP of damage). Brent has the next attack; he drops hints around the scene that showing up and fucking with the rally would be really cool. Sadly, the response is underwhelming. “Yeah. The Klan sucks. Pass the pipe?” (Unarmed attack, miss.)
The Klan goes next, and their connections are impressive. Some strings get pulled, and NYU starts serious investigations into the leader of the NYU feminists, based on rumors of her homosexuality and evidence that the group is promoting the same. Zoya's pretty crushed by the massive personal attacks, and holes up in her dorm room. Brent is also burned a bit by his connections to us—suddenly, he starts finding it difficult to book venues or even talk to his old contacts. (Breath weapons suck. The hell hound did a couple of points of damage to Brent, here, and knocked me straight to zero HP.)
In the next round, Cargyle dragged Zoya out of her dorm room: “This is bullshit, and the administration knows it's bullshit, and if we talk to them, they'll have to acknowledge it's bullshit.” He uses his weight as a professor and appeals to academic freedom to get the investigation dropped (Cargyle casts Cure Light Wounds on Zoya, restoring 7 HP). Revitailzed, Zoya goes to the rally, and tries to talk to the Klan's supporters as they move to line the streets; she's largely ignored, or they tell her, “Yeah. I'll think about it.” (Missed its AC by, like, ten). Brent holds another party, and this time, he's less subtle: “You know, this Klan thing? It's bullshit. I'm just throwing that out there. You can feel differently if you want, of course, and if that's the case, I hope you can find other parties to go to.” At the day of the rally, he shows up with quite a throng of protesters.
Things ended well. Cargyle shows at the rally, dressed in violet velvet Klan's robes, embroidered with intricate acane symbology and a swastika, shouting about killing the blacks, the jews… hell, kill them all, burn the whole nation. He's a walking, effective parody of the Klan. (This is an attack with “showmanship and mysterious persona,” statted like a morningstar.) The rally is quickly losing steam; the protesters are getting angrier, and the police are decidedly nervous (3 HP remaining on the Klan). At this point, everyone notices something—remember the fliers from before? Printed with pictures of the victims of Klan violence? They're all trampled underfoot, covered in layers of muddy footprints. This just… does it. People start leaving, angrier at the Klan for merely existing (Zoya stabs at them again with her lance, taking the Klan down to -2 HP). Brent delivers a finishing blow—he's used his contacts to dredge up evidence of the Klan's infiltration into NYU administration and civil offices, and the illegal tactics they've been using. The police politely ask the Klan to, perhaps, leave.[/quote]
Podem encontrar o resto aqui.
Mais alguém está com vontade de jogar isto?