VALENTIA – LOST LIBRARY
I have downloaded and begun examining this gaming system. Although in my own system I do retain some character class system, and have invented others, I also have a parallel system that is very similar to this one. As a matter of fact several things about this system are similar to my own, such as the Virtues.
So, overall, and initially, I have a very favorable opinion of this gaming system. It seems a little overly-complicated to me in sections but that may just be an initial presumption.
That being said, however, from what I can tell so far it is an extremely well thought out and well written gaming system and set of mechanics.
It’s in beta and free to download. I did so and recommend that you do so as well if you are interested and wish to examine the game and it’s design approach to Role Play.
You can simply follow the title link in this post or go here for the available downloads:
By the way this sounds very much like the line of reasoning that was the basis for developing my own Role Play system of gaming. Though I also came out of a wargaming background (like Gygax, only I was younger) and had much interest in better representing combat on both the large (large group, strategic, wargaming) and small (small team, tactical, personal) scales.
Posted on May 13, 2016, in Adventure/Adventure Development, ALLTHING, Campaign/Campaign Development, Character/Character Development, Commentary, Community, DESIGN OF THINGS TO COME, Dungeons and Dragons, Enjoyment and Fun, Entertainment, Fantasy, Game Design, Game Development, GAMEPLAY, Gaming, Gaming Site, Information, LOST LIBRARY, Milieu/World/World Building, Role Play, Skill, Tabletop, Uncategorized and tagged D&D, fantasy, game, game design, role play, RPG, Valentia. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.