Great News! - Adventure Time RPG in SPANISH!
The response to the ATRPG continues to be absolutely flabbergasting and I love you all for it. Just recently, thanks to the wonderful and I’m sure laborious efforts of Carlos Gómez, the entire handbook has been translated into Spanish! If you were letting language barriers hold you back from an otherwise mathematical experience, wait no more!
SPANISH - GET IT HERE!
ENGLISH - STILL AVAILABLE HERE
(Errata: Hit points should be initially calculated using your constitution SCORE, not your constitution MODIFIER. This has been rectified in the character generator.)
Anonymous asked: Hey, could you link me an editable character sheet like the one in your PDF? You made the PDF without editing permissions so I figured you'd have a file stashed somewhere. Thanks in advance x
Why you anonymous, dude? I ain’t gonna judge you. Judgement free zone heeeereeee, all around here. Over there too. Can’t vouch for over on the other side, though.
Anyway here’s the file!
Oh wow look at these guys playing my Adventure Time RPG!!! So cool! :D <3 <3 <3
Anonymous asked: Hows your adventure time RPG coming along?
I mean I’ve basically stopped working on it. I think I’m making sporadic corrections to the master file whenever I stumble upon some criticism on forums/blogs. (Feedback is, as always, low.) At some point I’ll release a “finished” version, probably marking some seasoned anniversary of the very first release.
EDIT - Oh WHOA yesterday was totally the 1 year anniversary why did no one tell me?! Now we’re all gonna have to wait another year for the big anniversary special edition!
Anonymous asked: I want to do your D&D things but I want to do it with people over the internet! Do you know anything I can use to show grids and maps or something (without having to livestream it)? It doesn't have to even have to look perfect or great and have a bunch of functions just even a simple grid thing with a pen tool or something would be great.
EDIT: As my intelligent and surely attractive follower soycrates points out, the collective vigor of the internet has already created the perfect solution: roll20.net, designed for any and all kinds of online roleplaying. Thanks, soycrates.
My own fumbling and low-tech attempts at wrangling online gaming include:
anagrammaton asked: Helloooo, quick question about the Adventure Time game. How would you do magic items? There aren't any included in the .pdf, and so far I've just been dealing with it by giving my more AD&Dy freeform magic items that just do things rather than having codified mechanical effects. Did you intend that level-appropriate magic items from 4e be used in ATRPG though? Thanks for going to all this trouble, great game!
I have a big problem with magic items as they are presented in 4e, mostly in that at low levels they are essentially just damage boosters whereas at ludicrously high levels they actually start being somewhat creative and fun. I honestly didn’t want to deal with magic items cause it’s a bit of a can of worms but your idea to use the AD&D type utility magic items is really cool and probably more like what I would do, had I included any.