Other Games Artesia

Guvnor

The Guvnor
Staff member
#21
I thought at the time that it was a very Runequest style setting. For me Mythras would be a perfect fit but I would like to try the Fuzion version.
 

First Age

D&D h@ck3r and Hopepunk
Staff member
#22
I have dived in, if not too deeply. I am likely going for the Historiea and the POD. I will post photos.

The Fuzion system is fairly straightforward if a lot of it. 1d10 + Characteristic + Skill. Lashings of flavour. Middle Kingdoms focused.

Mark is committed to a 2e game called Sword and Barrow that replaces Fuzion. It's not clear what it will be yet (on my surface skim), be it an RQy thing or cave to 5eness. No sign of a FitD version, but if you enjoy Fate, some fanboi has done a nearly 300 page alpha Fate conversion.

https://www.patreon.com/posts/artesia-fate-by-32376313

So there.

Fuzion version needs some nerfing of magic, particularly patterns but otherwise needs a deep orgiastic reveling in.

That's my late Sunday burned. I blame a lot of this on a number of you...
 

Guvnor

The Guvnor
Staff member
#24
The Fuzion system is fairly straightforward if a lot of it.
I have the Usagi Fuzion version that GRG did, it's lean and clean, but I always felt that I'd like the try a fuller system. It's very scaleable.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR DOING THE WORK..

Is the complexity in the character gen but not on the table, in which case I am even more up for it..

Order placed for the POD..
 
#25
I have the Usagi Fuzion version that GRG did, it's lean and clean, but I always felt that I'd like the try a fuller system. It's very scaleable.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR DOING THE WORK..

Is the complexity in the character gen but not on the table, in which case I am even more up for it..

Order placed for the POD..
When you all get your print-on-demand, kindly, show me photos of the inside pages. I got burned on a hard cover, so not to excited on books that have coloured backgrounds down to the margins.


I too suspect, that character generation may be the steepest hill to climb with Artesia. The game itself may run more smoothly.

Thanks, @FirstAge for the graft. Artesia deserves no less love.
 
#26
I have dived in, if not too deeply. I am likely going for the Historiea and the POD. I will post photos.

The Fuzion system is fairly straightforward if a lot of it. 1d10 + Characteristic + Skill. Lashings of flavour. Middle Kingdoms focused.

Mark is committed to a 2e game called Sword and Barrow that replaces Fuzion. It's not clear what it will be yet (on my surface skim), be it an RQy thing or cave to 5eness. No sign of a FitD version, but if you enjoy Fate, some fanboi has done a nearly 300 page alpha Fate conversion.

https://www.patreon.com/posts/artesia-fate-by-32376313

So there.

Fuzion version needs some nerfing of magic, particularly patterns but otherwise needs a deep orgiastic reveling in.

That's my late Sunday burned. I blame a lot of this on a number of you...
That FATE version is tempting indeed. Seems so much easier the Character Creation, with Aspects being the key drivers in FATE.


A RuneQuest version may be the option for Mark Smylie if he does a 2nd Edition. Obviously, D&D 5e could earn more fans, but RuneQuest will be closer to the original design, so I can live with that too.
 

First Age

D&D h@ck3r and Hopepunk
Staff member
#29
I will offer to run a short primer using the RAW Fuzion version. This will be after my Coriolis game, so a slight way off (12 weeks ish).

Online but with light automation. Lots of maps, graphics, mystery and battle.
 

Maddz

Rune Priest
#30
I will offer to run a short primer using the RAW Fuzion version. This will be after my Coriolis game, so a slight way off (12 weeks ish).

Online but with light automation. Lots of maps, graphics, mystery and battle.
I'm in. Is that the 1st ed rules? (Must dig them out...)
 
#37
Oh! Lovely, so I can finally partake in Artesia. Can you run with more?
That is a heavy load on your shoulders, this Fuzion. Like how many will be too much, so I do not overload with my presence?
 
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