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Which version of D6 would you use to run a game today?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 3:48 pm    Post subject: Which version of D6 would you use to run a game today? Reply with quote

I’m currently working with another bloke to run the Indiana Jones Adventures D6 game but am not sure which version of the D6 rules would work best with this game. I have heard great things about the Star Wars RPG 1st. edition, as it keeps the game simple and fast moving, which would be needed for an Indiana Jones game. Do you all think 1st. edition Star Wars would work well with Indiana Jones Adventures? The Indy sourcebook mentions you can use Advantages and Disadvantages in the game, which I assume I could add from the 2nd. Edition Revised and Expanded book if we decide to use them. Also, do you think I should add Advanced skills based on the skill lists in Indiana Jones Adventures?

Would I be better off using Star Wars 1st. edition as our rules basis or some other version of the D6 rules?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2017 4:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

IMHO, for fast and simple, yes.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2017 1:11 pm    Post subject: Re: Which version of D6 would you use to run a game today? Reply with quote

daddystabz wrote:
I’m currently working with another bloke to run the Indiana Jones Adventures D6 game but am not sure which version of the D6 rules would work best with this game. I have heard great things about the Star Wars RPG 1st. edition, as it keeps the game simple and fast moving, which would be needed for an Indiana Jones game. Do you all think 1st. edition Star Wars would work well with Indiana Jones Adventures? The Indy sourcebook mentions you can use Advantages and Disadvantages in the game, which I assume I could add from the 2nd. Edition Revised and Expanded book if we decide to use them. Also, do you think I should add Advanced skills based on the skill lists in Indiana Jones Adventures?

Would I be better off using Star Wars 1st. edition as our rules basis or some other version of the D6 rules?
jmanski wrote:
IMHO, for fast and simple, yes.


Hey 'stabz. Nice to see you around again.

Is there any particular reason you created two separate threads for this question on the same day? This is messy and confusing so we want to avoid this when possible. (There's very little moderation here as it is.) We don't have the technology to merge threads here so I'm just closing this thread with a link to the other one, since the other has more replies.

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