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Dungeon Scum

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"Who said Dungeoneering had to be dreary?"

Based on the Starport Scum scifi rules, Dungeon Scum is a narrative wargame intended to be played by role players and war gamers alike.

Gather your group of adventurers, set out on a dungeon delve and hope you make it back!

Get loot, see the sights, maybe go on an epic quest.

Dungeon Scum sets itself apart in a few ways:

*The combat rules are fast, simple and easy to remember, allowing you to fight multiple encounters in one gaming session.

*Unlike many RPG's, it includes a morale system for more realistic combats.

*It can be played solo, with encounter tables and monster lists for a fully random delve.

*It can be turned into a full-fledged role playing game.

*Characters can generated randomly in a few rolls or simply described with a couple of common-sense sentences.

Your hero is a SWORDFIGHTER with QUICK REFLEXES and a VOW OF SILENCE? Good, that's all we needed to know.

*Loot is well supplied with tons of magical items to find.

*6 types of magic with 10 spells in each system, plus "quest" spells used in campaign play.

*Campaign rules for letting your heroes become stronger..if they don't die.

*While the game is intended to use miniature figures, advice is provided to players who prefer playing without them.

And a lot more.

Clocking in at 88 print-friendly pages, Dungeon Scum can be played with any miniatures you already own.

 
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Colin M July 30, 2017 1:02 am UTC
Very quick question - solo suitable?
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Ivan S July 30, 2017 5:52 pm UTC
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Yes, solo gaming is one of the intended methods of play.

It's not a full "programmed" system like say 2hourwargames does, but it works very well.
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Colin M August 12, 2017 10:45 pm UTC
Thanks Ivan - I have ton of Two Hour Wargame stuff so I know what you mean. I've also promoted your products on other groups btw. :-)
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June 30, 2017 12:12 am UTC
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Very little new for this system in months. Hope it sees some new supporting publications. I've purchased everything you've released, Dungeon Scum related.
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Ivan S June 30, 2017 12:18 am UTC
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Cheers and appreciate the support.
There are a few things in the pipe but not 100% sure of time frames though I'll try to shuffle a bit to get something new out there soon.
One moderate sized project fell through due to the cost exceeding what I had expected.
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thomas M October 05, 2016 6:49 pm UTC
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Question for Ivan, I can't seem to figure out what characters actually have to do to cast spells. Are they supposed to roll the number in the table listed to the left of the spell? And if so, what kind of dice are they rolling? It can't be a D6 since the number goes up to ten, and it can't be multiple D6 since the first spell has "1" listed next to it. I've gone over the magic section several times and can't find something that talks about how you know whether a character has successfully cast a spell or not. Maybe I'm just not seeing it? Thanks.
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Ivan S October 05, 2016 6:54 pm UTC
PUBLISHER
Cheers mate.
The numbers on the left are just if you need to roll a spell at random.

The only requirements are those listed for the specific type of magic:
F.X. Sorcerers can't move that turn.

A die roll is only required if the description specifically calls for it, like Miracles.

Sorry that isn't as clear as it could be.
Hope that helps!
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thomas M October 05, 2016 7:09 pm UTC
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Ok, so if I understand correctly, they just choose the spell, spend an action, and then cast it as long as they meet the other requirements?
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Ivan S October 05, 2016 7:10 pm UTC
PUBLISHER
Exactly :)
Originally, there were going to be more dice rolls, but in testing, it wasn't really popular.
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thomas M October 05, 2016 8:43 pm UTC
PURCHASER
Sounds good to me. Thanks Ivan :) Also, the campaign section mentions a "world" section with rules for using a hex-crawl system, but doesn't seem to exist? Is that a future feature?
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Ivan S October 05, 2016 8:44 pm UTC
PUBLISHER
Yeah, that's a reference to something that was cut for length.

It'll make a future appearance along with some "build-a-world" tables.
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thomas M October 05, 2016 8:52 pm UTC
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Good stuff :) Excited to see it. Thanks for your time!
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