FALLOUT PNP CHARACTER SHEET PDF

You are on page 1of Search inside document I need to thank some very supportive people, without whom this project Thanks to Elizabeth for being you; thanks to Miroslav for running such a wonderful website; thanks to my playtesters: Roman, Mike, thanks for all the supportive emails, and suggestions, from people too numerous to name; thanks to Brian Fargo, Interplay, and Black Isle for making such great role-playing games; thanks to Michael Owen and Itsatrap, the Scorpion Hunter, for ideas and rules regarding condition modifiers to armor; mega- thanks to Ausir for compiling the most comprehensive list of missing items and errors, and to Roman for compiling another useful list; thanks to Chris Taylor of Interplay for making the publication of this game a possibility; thanks to Ausir again! Karen, Pete, and Arch; the inspirational discussions, Some names and images in this book are copyright Interplay Productions, Inc. Some images are copyright Paragon Software, and are used with permission. This is officially version 2.

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This image is used without permission of Interplay Entertainment Corp. Set in the aftermath of a world-wide nuclear war, Fallout challenges you to survive in an unknown and dangerous world. Oh no, survival means being the last one standing. You take the role of a Vault-dweller, a person who has grown up in a secluded, underground survival Vault. Circumstances arise that force you to go Outside -- to a strange world 80 years after the end of the modern civilization.

A world of mutants, radiation, gangs and violence. This series of files are made possible by the combined efforts of many people, but the core rules are brought to you by J. Allen Spiva. As stated, the end products that you see below are due to a host of talented people that are credited in the individual documents. This body of work is a testement to the hard work and creative talents of a community of dedicated enthusiasts.

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Share I need to thank some very supportive people, without whom this project never would have happened. Thanks to Elizabeth for being you; thanks to Miroslav for running such a wonderful website; thanks to my playtesters: Roman, Mike, Karen, Pete, and Arch; thanks for all the supportive emails, and suggestions, from people too numerous to name; thanks to Brian Fargo, Interplay, and Black Isle for making such great role-playing games; thanks to Michael Owen and Itsatrap, the Scorpion Hunter, for ideas and rules regarding condition modifiers to armor; mega-thanks to Ausir for compiling the most comprehensive list of missing items and errors, and to Roman for compiling another useful list; thanks to Chris Taylor of Interplay for making the publication of this game a possibility; thanks to Ausir again! You all rock. Big time. Some names and images in this book are copyright Interplay Productions, Inc. Some images are copyright Paragon Software, and are used with permission. This is officially version 3.

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In general, Primary Statistics are not altered after the game begins. Skills Edit There are 19 skills a character knows. These represent the knowledge a character learns as he or she travels the highways of life, or knew before starting his or her adventures. Not all of them are covered in the Boy Scout Handbook, either. Skills can go up all the time, and can sometimes go down.

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Characters usually begin at level 1 with no experience, but some campaigns or Overseers might begin at higher levels. SIMPLE is designed to be engaging even at low levels-- Overseers should not feel obligated to start campaigns overleveled to "skip to the good stuff". To reach a level, a character needs experience points times the next level-- leveling from level 1 to level 2 takes experience points, whereas leveling from level 8 to level 9 takes Experience points are "used up" when leveling up, but roll over to the next level.

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