Contributed by Jason D. Smith. You can grab it from RPGNow by clicking on the picture. I particularly like the use of the balloons and caption boxes to make it look more comic-book-yRead More New Alternate Kapow! Character sheet
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Since Dan’s interested in changing his Warhammer 40K setting using SavageWorlds over to Kapow! I need to get cracking on writing up a minimal set of the genre-specific rules for changing it from supers to space opera. Broadly I think these are the areas that need tweaking: Equipment For superheroes, equipment other than vehicles is […]Read More Zap! or Kapow in Spaaaace!
Based on last night’s Argh! playtest that means we have two rules to change: Non-simultaneous Actions – the original rule was you had to specify all your actions in your Turn at once, without pausing to assess what was going on. The reason for the rule was to try to avoid the situation where because […]Read More Rules they can’t remember are bad… rules they dislike are worse
Brian managed to show up, and played his super-speedster Fasttrack. Fasttrack was originally created for a Silver Age Sentinels game that never got off the ground (I blame Doug and Paul for breaking the system before we even started), and a version of him became Brian’s main character in City of Heroes. He seemed pleased […]Read More Faster Than A Speeding Recap
This is a first stab at a cover to my Kapow! RPGRead More Kapow! Cover
We’ve had a couple of sessions since the last report, and the players seem to be enjoying it a lot, but I’ve been too busy with other things (such as working on the manuscript for Kapow!) to do proper recaps. Just so that we don’t forget what’s gone on so far: Redline has been working […]Read More Kapow! Mini-Recap
We’ve been playing Kapow! and overall I’d say it’s going well: the players seem to be engaged and having fun. At the end of one session, in which as a result of one of his character’s Complications it was revealed that unbeknown to him, his character had a 20-year old daughter, Doug gave it a […]Read More Kapow! Playtesting Continues