A game designer & illustrator tries to return his sense of wonder to its original packaging.
My games tend to be:5,7,4,6,7,8,6But I would like them to be:3,2,1,4,3,5,4
My experience has been that any setting lower than 4 or 5 is not going to go over well with my players. What you see in the illustration is what I typically present in my games.
You mean, with working sliders? Sorry, doesn't exist. That would be cool, though.
Well the original image? Who created that? Where did it come from?
I mean, if I had a blank .jpg, I could put my own sliders in.
I will post a version with no sliders.
It really reminds me of the sliders in Europa Universalis II and the other Paradox Interactive games. Love it. In fact, you've made me think of a blog entry I want to write about that...
Nice! My current campaign, which is a homebrew of S&W Core and LotFP Grindhouse: http://i.imgur.com/k0ykK.pngAnother slider could be: "Death of Player Characters" ... with the same labels as "People who can do magic" my setting would be at 7 or 8 (20% to 30% of 1st level PCs die each game.)
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