One of the problems that I have had with my Fudge games is with gear. You know – loot, equipment, items, and good old swag!
Now treasure and cash is easy. If the player characters find a million dollars I just throw million dollar problems at them. Money is funny like that. What I am talking about are items that will skew the mechanics of the game. I
I’m working on a zombie apocalypse scenario for the One Month Fudge Adventure Challenge and this has me thinking a great deal about Fudge combat rules for multiple opponents versus a single character. This is standard fare for any good zombie movie, because having an escalating number of zombies attacking the protagonists is a great way to keep the pace of the film accelerating while at the same
Imagine that you are an everyday person. You have your daily routine, and you make the best of what you have. Except you have a special job for a very demanding boss that you can never leave. You also have a partner who is stuck in the same job with you. You and your partner do your best at this job because neither of you want to be sent back
The response to the One Month Fudge Adventure Challenge has been great so far! Lots of volunteers in a very short period of time, and I could not be happier with the enthusiasm that I am seeing for the event. Now there is only one small problem – what am I going to write for the challenge?
I do not want to write a fantasy adventure. Modern
Gamemasters new to Fudge can be overwhelmed at first by just how open the system is to any type of play style. Some of this is in part to how so many role playing games have a very objective approach to character creation, combat, and social interactions within the context of the game. Fudge on the other hand can be much more subjective and that makes it difficult for a
From the myths of the Scottish and Irish peoples, the Ciudach is a giant with a taste for cannibalism that dwells in the caverns of mountainous regions. Standing fifteen feet tall and weighing as much as 4 oxen the Ciudach is the living embodiment of human savagery. While most giants can be considered a unique race unto themselves the Ciudach is descended directly from human clans that partook of human