RLogue177

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  1. Sorry, it is more-or-less beyond my skill and/or software abilities at this time to make them editable or form-fillable. Basically, I build the sheets in Photoshop, smash 'em flat, save 'em as .pdf, and smash those together into one file. I very happily share the end result with the community, but I create these for me, and they're good enough for my purposes. I have been toying with the idea of redoing them all again in Publisher so they can be text-selectable or editable or what have you, but that is down the road a little. If you (or anyone else) wants something custom made, I can make it happen. Maybe you want purple and teal instead of red and blue. Or maybe you've rebuilt the pilot spec for your game and want that spec sheet in my style. I can do these things for you. But I am very hesitant to give out my raw, unsmashed .psd files.
  2. Threats on a knowledge check could also be used to step up some danger for the team. They're digging around in matters that someone would rather they didn't. On one or more Threats, the group is now being followed. Or they turn down an alley only to be met by a tough who threatens them if they persist. Or their place is broken into and ransacked...
  3. Actually, Harry flipped a Destiny Point and created "Lando" on the spot. The GM ran with it.
  4. "... to find or scavenge..." To find might use Perception, or Streetwise, or Survival. Which one would depend on the setting or the method used in the search. To scavenge might use Mechanics, or Computers, or Skulduggery to retrieve some specific bit or gain usefulness from junk. "... items or gear..." One could argue the intention here is not to find parts, but to turn non-useful stuff into a useful item or gear. A player may need a comlink, for example, and may want to apply her Utinni! to her attempt to scavenge a working comlink out of a mess of electronic junk.
  5. fist, do you have a movie or TV show gunslinger you want to model yours after? Gunslinger and Performer could make an El Mariachi from Desperado. (And a couple guys who take Heavy and Performer can make the rest of the band.) Gunslinger and Archaeologist could make a Rick O'Connell from The Mummy.
  6. Fixed. Thanks for pointing out the typo! If you see any others, please holler out.
  7. Thanks! I will check it out and fix it tomorrow.
  8. Blah. Well, that didn't work. The search continues, mama. The sharing function on the starwars.com crawl creator isn't functioning. But here's a screen shot of it...
  9. Desslok, you are a gem.
  10. What do you want to have lasted all those years? What do you want to be there? Make it so.
  11. What will be the character's job/role on the team? Goon? Thug? Muscle? Boss? Bodyguard? Gunman? Street guru? Creeper? What species are you considering?
  12. I've been doing some compiling for my own references. But this may be of use... Comp Adversaries Look at the tabs at the bottom for different things. It's an ongoing project. It's an Excel spreadsheet. If it doesn't open by clicking the link, just click "open" at the upper right of the error page. I don't know why it does that...
  13. Updated for No Disintegrations. The bounty hunters are in! Quick links here... (But be sure to see post #1 for all the links to all the stuffs.) Traditional red and blue Printer friendly grayscale Alt colors beige and green (to match my custom character sheets)
  14. Try the links in the first post of this thread. This weekend will see the updates for No Dissin'.
  15. Let's say you have a situation like this where two separate conditions might call for both a Setback and a Boost die... The PC wants to shoot a guy. It is outdoors, and it is night time. GM adds a Setback die because it is dark. GM adds a Boost die because the target is standing under a street lamp. Do you add both dice, or does the one kind of nullify the other one and you add neither die?