Do you use "alignments" in Star Frontiers?

    Yes, based on D&D
    0% (0 votes)
    Yes, based on Psych Profiles in SFman #15
    0% (0 votes)
    Yes, my own system
    0% (0 votes)
    No, players can do whatever they want
    88% (21 votes)
    See comment below
    13% (3 votes)
    Total votes: 24
    Comments:

    w00t's picture
    w00t
    October 1, 2012 - 2:56pm
    I would like to try Psych Profiles and have not used any alignment system in a sci-fi game. Wanted to see who else has used something. 

    OnceFarOff's picture
    OnceFarOff
    October 1, 2012 - 3:23pm
    In response to the polls - I don't have alignments per se - but the game world responds to character decisions.

    w00t's picture
    w00t
    October 1, 2012 - 4:02pm
    OnceFarOff wrote:
    In response to the polls - I don't have alignments per se - but the game world responds to character decisions.
    For instance, if characters knock over a PGC Bank in Port Loren, they'll have to face the consequences of their actions?

    Shadow Shack's picture
    Shadow Shack
    October 9, 2012 - 10:56am
    Wait, are we talking the 3-alignment system from the boxed sets or the 9 tier system from AD&D?

    I pretty much let the players run as they please, either they want to promote the UPF agenda or be pirates etc.
    No, I'm not overly fond of Zeb's Guide. Nor do I have any qualms in stating why. Tongue out

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    clikkclikk's picture
    clikkclikk
    October 9, 2012 - 12:16pm
    Same with me, I did let theam play as they wished, yet I worked towards it that they played consistent characters.

    If one wants to go hardcore, there is a book (I think from the 90th) about eight   character classes. A colleague of mine used it for his novel writing and liked it much (the 8 character types have their antagonists in other types, the book is easy to understand and read and sounds straightforward, thus making it obsolete for real life I fear ...).

    i can't remember the title (something with -gram I assume) but if so, I will post it. 
    Last game played: Somewhere in the 80th (Vrusk by heart) -- fond of Jugger, a "post-apocalyptic" sport