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OpenD6 was created by Eric Gibson, the owner of West End Games, as the new standard for the D6 System -- a pen and paper roleplaying. is a fast and simple generic role-playing game system designed by West settings and resources for the d6 system collected and organized for. The D6 system is, as the name suggests, a roleplaying system built around The Customizable Roleplaying Game (PDF); D6 Adventure (PDF).
If an initial one is rolled on the wild die, you disregard both it and the highest regular die from the total, often making you fail.
Then you re-roll the wild die. If it comes up another one, a critical failure or complication occurs, usually with bad results for the character.
Use of the wild die tends to make the game feel more cinematic. Improving Rolls[ edit ] In order to increase their characters' effectiveness, players may spend character points and fate points.
The exact number of character points that may be spent is limited by the quantity possessed by the character, and the situation that they are used in, with two being the typical limit.
Each character point spent adds an extra wild die to one skill or attribute roll. A roll of one has no negative effect with wild dice generated from character points.
Alternately, a character may spend one fate point on an action.
Characters have fewer fate points, but the expenditure of them doubles the number of dice rolled on an action. Variant resolution systems[ edit ] Most D6 System games use the resolution system described above, which is sometimes called The D6 Classic System, though some variants exist.
In one variant, The Legend System, instead of adding the die totals up, the dice showing 3, 4, 5 or 6 are each counted as a success. Use of a skill requires rolling a certain number of such successes. Pips are not used in the Legend System. This variation of the system was referred to, in jest, as "The D6 variant for the mathematically challenged" on WEG's own discussion forum.
Other variants, such as those featured in the Star Wars Live Action Adventure Game and the Star Wars Miniatures Battles game, involve rolling a single six sided die and adding the result to a skill or attribute. This total is then compared to a difficulty number, as with the other variants. Allowing total freedom to create any kind of roleplaying game through variation in attributes, skills, and every other game element all centered around the core mechanic of rolling six-sided dice against a difficulty number, the D6 System book shared as much in common with the role-playing game toolkit Fudge as it did with other universal systems like GURPS.
A half-finished draft of a D6 System based Stargate SG-1 role playing game remained unpublished as a result of the bankruptcy. Most of WEG's earlier licenses were terminated at this point, but the reconstituted company acquired another one from DC Comics.
The new owner, Purgatory Publishing, re-released the game in the form of three hardcover rulebooks. The rulebooks, each written by Nikola Vrtis, were actually three separate games.
Each shared the same core mechanics, but utilized different attributes, skill sets, equipment lists and power systems. The D6 System is a fast and simple generic role-playing game system designed by West End Games for several licensed games. Open D6 SRD is a place to find all of the official and fan made settings and resources for the d6 system collected and organized for easy reference.
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