Scaling Rolls in Fantasy Dice

In this post I will highlight a great feature of the Fantasy Dice roleplaying system – dice scaling.

Scaling allows players to risk everything by scaling their roll up to a higher die, or play it safe by rolling more dice. It not only gives the players more choice and control over their rolls, but it also makes combat and other competitive rolls more exciting as either side can secretly scale their rolls in anticipation of what their opponent might do.

So how does it work? In Fantasy Dice you roll a number of dice ranging from D4 (four-sided) to D12 (twelve-sided), as determined by your skill, to match . . . → Read More: Scaling Rolls in Fantasy Dice

Redesigned Fantasy Dice Character Sheet

The Fantasy Dice roleplaying game system used by Crimson Exodus is being edited for release as a stand-alone game system. Fantasy Dice is quite unlike any other system I have come across, and by releasing it as a separate book I hope it will encourage people to try it for their favourite setting. Also, if you have written your own setting or adventure, and you are looking for a game engine then Fantasy Dice might be for you.

As part of the new Fantasy Dice book I wanted to see if I could improve on the character . . . → Read More: Redesigned Fantasy Dice Character Sheet