@stroVal wrote:Some of the most intensive roleplay I have ever been involved with, was in Cyberpunk 2020.jemstone wrote:@stroVal wrote:
I cant get my group into that, yet. We are definitely playing Cyberpunk 2077 when it comes out (whether they like it or not.And they will like it) but at the moment 2020 is looking too aged and complex to get my group into it. I'd prefer to use adventures or sourcebooks from it and ran a different system, a light one. Technoir seemed like a good candidate but its too alien with its tags and word system and what not.
CP2020 is less complex than Pathfinder.
All skill rolls are STAT + SKILL + 1D10 (or 2D6 if you want a different curve) VS DC (or competing roll). Period.
You get 2 actions a turn at no penalty. Additional actions are available at a cumulative -3 penalty to all rolls associated with them.
Armor stops damage, and is degraded by 1 point per shot that penetrates.
That's basically it. There are other more fiddly rules, and more rules for combat, but that's really it.
Get your group over to my place here in California and I'll show them. :)
I wish I could actually. I can't say that I am that impressed by the role-play in the UK. It's more miss than it is hit.Also people are into silliness and chaos in ways that my scientific brain fails to comprehend (and no its not a matter of imagination. I have a very vivid one :) )
Best roleplayers -in my personal experience obviously- I had the pleasure of meeting/playing with in my life so far were from Greece, Norway and the US
I suspect so. Its not a matter of appreciating the system, I know CP2020 is the best; its about getting a group together.
I am kinda jealous.
Forget getting them into that as a GM. I want to find a group to play as a pc..