TWILIGHT 2013 RPG PDF
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Twilight: is the core rule book for the 3rd Edition of the popular Twilight: series of RPG games originally published by GDW. 93 Games Studio is offering a holiday sale on all Twilight: books. They have a bundle on drivethrurpg for only $ 2 · Thumb up · tip. Twilight: is the third edition of Twilight: , designed and published by 93 Game Studio to update the setting to the post era. It introduced a new.
An excellent modernization of the original Twilight rules.
Although the way they modified the time line to bring it up to was a little contrived, everything else about the system was well done and offered a compelling modernization of this classic [ Gene B. Megan R. Chapter 1: The Twilight War dives straight in.
It's mid-July and WW3 has been going on for at least three years. There's a Designer's Note that says the break-point between 'rea [ Scott H. Couldnt wait for a new version of Twilight to come out and Twilight fits the bill perfectly. I like the variation in the rules through Stage I to Stage III to add or take complexity out of some of the game mechanics.
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Both download and print editions of such books should be high quality. There is some sense of degrees of success with critical levels at plus or minus four. About two pages describes default skills challenge examples, which is useful.
The game then moves to some more setting information, specifically non-player characters, with a small number of stock NPCs militiaman, hermit, refugee, farmer, soldier, marauder , some examples of contacts, and an NPC motivation system based on card draws. Time and Travel makes up a chapter, with the game days split into four hour periods, with environment and encounter tables, food requirements and fatigue issues.
The encounter tables distinguish by terrain with three broad categories; human groups, major items, and animals. The group encounter statistics table slips into first edition notation with Observation skills being listed at ten times what is normal for this edition! Each potential encounter is given around a paragraph or more of description, and there are over twenty pages of detailed floorplans for encounter locations.
Combat is carried out on an interior 2 metre grid or an external 8 metre grid with diagonal modifiers. The thirty second combat turn in broken up into six phases of five seconds each. A character's Initiative determines on which phase they initially act and all subsequent phases; so an Initiative 6 character acts on all phases, whereas an Initiative 1 character only acts on the last phase.
Characters with a lower initiative act first in the phase, with Agility minus weapon bulk determining ties. Wounds also effect initiative. Regardless of Initiative, characters may repeat actions in continuing phases. Characters who are surprised or suffer particular combat effects may also Panic, if a 1d6 roll is greater than their Initiative. If it is, they freeze then go prone for a number of combat phases that the roll is greater than their Initiative. Overall, the system gives very significant advantages to characters with a higher initiative.
Armed and unarmed combat is based on a d10 roll under the relevant skill, with the option for the opponent to block and abort an action in a later phase. Attacks may be aimed for specific locations with a Difficult skill divisor.
Armour subtracts from damage. Grappling cannot be blocked, nor does armour protect, instead the damage is applied to the opponent's Strength; when this is exceeded the opponent is "controlled". One particular rule which stood out was automatic hits for armed and unarmed melee with automatic choice of location. Fire combat is differentiated into direct and indirect, with indirect fire having hit chances based on attacker and observer.
Guns have a reload and rate-of-fire rating which determines the number of shots per phase, although every shot after the first counts as a "quick shot" with a divisor. Semiautomatic weapons may be fired up to five times per phase.
Automatic weapons fire with a typical rate-of-fire per burst, noted on the weapon card for example, the M16A2 can fire either five shots per phase or five three-round bursts. For automatic fire, roll a pool of d6s equal to the number of rounds in the burst, with each 6 indicating a hit.
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It's a good way to waste ammunition and roll a huge number of dice, taking up time. Range is defined as close. Weapons also have a recoil number which, when exceeding Strength from single-shots or bursts, reduces hit chances.
Explosive damage declines from point of contact. Damage is based on a number of d6 dice.
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Weapons have a penetration value which may bypass armour; multiply the target's armour protection by the weapon's penetration value and subtract the result from the the weapon's damage value. Aimed shots which hit the chest or head may kill, based on a d10 roll under the weapon's modified damage value. A character is stunned if they receive more damage that their agility, and stunned if hit to the head. Wounds are considered slight if hit points are still positive, serious if greater that than the hit points, and critical if twice the location's hit points.
Critical wounds are immediately fatal if scored to the head, and usually so otherwise. Characters without medical assistance will recover from slight wounds in three days, serious wounds in several, and assuming it is stabilised, critical wounds in two. There are fairly extensive rules for various forms of chemical munitions, mines, infections,, and tactical visibility, all of which are presented in a manner that is both case-specific and realistic.
Several pages is dedicated to vehicles, maintenance, vehicular combat, animals and boats. Of particular note is the consumption rate of fuel per four-hour period with various multipliers for the types of fuel. After a very quick experience with ethanol, characters will quickly realise that this is only for emergencies and will actively seek out petrol instead. The example of the M1 is illustrative; it has a fuel capacity of l, and a consumption rate of l per four hour period.
Petrol has consumption multiplier of 1, methanol of 3. In other words, a tank of methanol will last less than four hours; a tank of petrol almost fourteen.
An average person can gather one hundred kilograms of vegetable matter to make methanol per four hours; this will produce about 44 litres of fuel, requiring the equivalent of five and half days of collection for a single four-hours worth of capacity. The text then jumps back to setting, providing a description of the world in , albeit with a heavy emphasis on Poland where the default campaign is set.
Following the collapse of government currencies the general medium of exchange is gold in city environs, barter outside of that. The limited scale of the nuclear exchange is evident by the fact that significant cities are still in operation, notably Lodz and Krakow the second and third largest cities. There is a detailed listing of the U. Concluding the game is a price list, twenty pages of charts and tables, and four pages of designer's notes summarising the major rules changes from first edition and their reasons.
Overall Twilight 2nd edition comes with a tolerably bad set of rules in a tolerably bad setting. Major candidates for reform in terms of rules include professions scope and content , skill modifiers, influence of attributes, initiative, automatic fire, and armour. Whilst this does make a substantial section of the game, a GM who wishes to run this game should give serious consideration to making tweaks and modifications to the rules-as-written for these sections; but with a little bit of consideration they will find that a little bit of effort will create rules that are more streamlined, more realistic, and with greater consistency.
Major candidates in terms of setting includes the effects of a limited nuclear war. It must be said, like many U. An unlikely limited nuclear war, which means that large areas of industry are still in operation and very significant areas of the globe is relatively untouched.It's a good way to waste ammunition and roll a huge number of dice, taking up time. Mix in natural disasters and logical follow-through from various disputes already smouldering, and it is clear how easy a major war could suck just about everyone in - which, of course, for the purposes of the game it did.
Oct Location: In a cabal of East German and West German military officers seek to reunify their country. This effectively means that characters with a low skill level, even with an easy task have very little chance of success, whereas characters of average skill will find the tasks increasingly trivial.
T Seeds Seeds - are small story elements which GMs can use to either fill down time in their campaigns or to start whole new ones based off of them. France withdraws its troops from Germany and then withdraws entirely from NATO, declaring its neutrality in the conflict. Product Reviews. For evaluation purposes I have considered the equipment cards to be just that, rather than part of the rules as such - otherwise the "text" rating would be less.
Notable is the "vehicle cards" and "weapon cards", the former consisting of on average half A4 sections and the latter quarter A4.