Integrated Science Fiction Code System
Chet last edited by
I've decided to freeware my science fiction code platform, once I finish it, with a system of coded commands to customize the coded terminology along the needs of the theme.
It includes: A pairing skill-based combat system non-reliant on statistics. A set of nine power-ups, notable for their math, that alters the skill system. A customized metapowers system that advances alongside advancement points. A zone-damage system that reduces damage synchronicity from damage/dodge tradeoff bonuses built into the combat system. An enhancements system built into a monetary marked economy for boosts in combat, that can be purchased and deployed in fight with money earned from the previously mentioned zone-based damage system. A set of non-competitive skill rolls that work to determine winners, as well as playing into the enhancements system for roll bonuses. An up-down-neutral voting system to advance player influence. A business system to allow players to purchase investments along different markers that have different meanings conducive to customization. An alliance system, to enhance gain of influence or non-competitive skills (as opposed to combat, built by fighting). A merit token system, for plot power, purchased from a pool of business capital. A ten culture system, with a voting council, rules and culture names determined by the staff. A sub-system within the ten cultures, for individual groups of players to congregate in, at the determination of players and staff. Finally, a completely integrated chargen system.
This system is almost entirely complete, besides the integration of the enhancements system.
If you're interested in the project, drop by at portent.genesismuds.com:2077.
Ignore the window dressing, I don't have a theme on this place, and I probably won't be doing a crime theme, wouldn't want to be redundant with Shadowrun: Denver already in place.
Thenomain last edited by
What platform? Mux, Penn, Rhost, Evennia, Ares?
Chet last edited by
Here's the decompile (sans enhancement system, at the moment).
Documentation forthcoming, although available for link, deeply buried in other files, on my MUSH listed in the thread main article.