Simon and Lief Robot Builders
As I scour over the science fiction supplements and scenarios that I have written for Cyno's Role-Play, I see that there are a lot of fun robots, interesting vehicles, and astonishing weapons. But I also noticed that I created most of these ideas out of my own imagination. As much fun as I had creating these resources for the universal role-playing game, I thought it would be nice to give the same power to players systematically.
That when I created the Simon and Lief Robot Builders supplement for Cyno's Role-Play. This supplemental manual let the players take on the role of two young passionate robot builders. The supplement is written in a light-hearted fashion geared for younger players. But don't discount it too much, because it is a very powerful robot building manual that is the core basis for building titan-sized robots and human-sized robots for Cyno's Role-Play.
The entire manual is around 12-pages. The system for building robots is made simple so that robots can be designed and built quickly. Thus, allowing the players to enjoy playing the game, rather than scratching their head on design. Read through this manual, build a few robots and duel them out. I look forward to seeing robot design submissions from you.
Fri, 09 Nov 2007 10:02:43 +0000
Simon and Lief Robot Builders is now a complete product. I have just finished creating all of the design sheets for the sample robots. These new design specs include full design for the Clawz, ClawzPak, HazBot, and HoverClop. Therefore, I have high confidence that the build system works.
I will be using this system to build future robots and cyberoids in the Cyno's Role-Play game series.
Tue, 31 May 2011 23:21:53 -0700
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