You could go for Shooting always against a static defense value (Mediocre, Average, or Fair - depending on your dials and what you want to emulate). Then ifMessage 1 of 33 , Jun 26View SourceYou could go for Shooting always against a static defense value (Mediocre, Average, or Fair - depending on your dials and what you want to emulate). Then if someone wanted protection they'd have to go for cover, zig-zagging, getting in the shooter's face, etc. by Creating an Advantage that could then be used to increase the static defense. To paraphrase Savage Worlds: When the lead starts flying, smart heroes dive for cover.On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 9:13 AM, HMT <howardmthompson@...> wrote:
Why not make "engaged when in melee" or something like that a campaign aspect?
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I ve been trying tackle a similar problem in my Fate 40k conversion. One of the setting conceits is the range / melee dynamic, and in particular, bringing aMessage 33 of 33 , Jun 27View SourceI've been trying tackle a similar problem in my Fate 40k conversion. One of the setting conceits is the range / melee dynamic, and in particular, bringing a gun to a knife fight can be a bad idea. The basic idea follows:
When a character attacks someone with a melee attack, this forces the defender to choose between retaliating or disengaging. Retaliating causes the attack to resolve as a contest of skills, with shifts as damage; this also consumes the defender's action. Disengaging allows the defender to roll another skill for defense, but consumes the defender's supplemental action (almost equivalent to a -1 penalty on their main action).