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Accuracy determines whether the attack hits; for ranged attacks firearms, crossbows, etc.
Strike determines the amount of damage done by melee attacks if the attack succeeds. Evade is used by the person being attacked to dodge the blow entirely; it is rolled against accuracy. If the attack hits, the target can roll defense to absorb some or all of the damage.
Damage accuracy, strike and damage absorption defense are tiered. Each tier multiplies the base damage or armor soak class.
A character wielding a firearm with damage class 6 who gets a tier 3 accuracy will deal 18 damage if it successfully hits. A character with armor of soak class 4 who rolls a tier 2 defense will absorb 8 damage.
There are a number of biomes, such as forests, deserts, grasslands, and jungles. Electricity is present in some parts of the continent, but is still a novelty. The use of fossil fuels is absent with steampower - often powered by aether resonators - the dominant power source.
The game is set on another planet, known as Tephra. It is orbited by a single fractured moon, Aeon.
The central country is Evangless, which is ruled by a monarchy and where slavery is banned. To the southeast is Zelhost, a heavily industrialized nation populated by Haudi Humans that uses slave labor.
To the southwest is Izeda, a desert nation whose people travel in caravans. To the northeast is Dalvozzea, governed by a ruling council of Winged Farishtaas, angelic beings with large wings capable of flight.
Anyone played a steampunk game called Tephra? Jul 3, I saw this on the shelf of my local game store today and it looked cool I was wondering if anyone had read the whole thing or played a game.
So I assumed that the website would have a free pdf download but it doesn't. The system is simple the character creation seems elegant and I love the action points per turn to do things.
The art was well done as well. Well, it seems like you enjoyed what you saw of the product, and as the mentioned on the site, the playtest book helps them keep working on the book, so I say go for it. I just might have to head back to the store and download a copy it just bugs me it bugged me when Pathfinder did it too.
Till then I am heading over to the forums on their site, I missed them the first time I looked because I was trying to hunt down a download link.
Anyway if nobody else has heard of it yet it might be a local thing I heard they were at a con in Dallas recently and that is where the store owner picked up a few copies, I live in San Antonio. I will try and get a copy if my interest is still peaked next weekend and tell you all about it here.
I know there are fans of the steampunk genre here. It sounds very cool, but I would never pay for a playtest ever. I'm also not usually a fan of systems that involve rolling a single die and adding some modifiers, though. If you get it, let us know how it is. Elvish Lore Hello! Validated User. So it's Unisystem but with a D Still, the fluff sounds cool and setting has love of elves.
BPIJonathan I'll be superamalgamated! Jul 4, JDragonbait said: SolomonShort Active member Validated User. For their current version, since they don't appear to want to sell a PDF of the playtest version presumably in fear of it being pirated , I think they'd be better off running a Kickstarter or equivalent financing project. That way they could offer the Playtest hardcopy to those who funded at a certain level, whilst still dunning money from people who supported their concept, but not to that level.