Silent Hunter
 member, 113 posts
 From London
Thu 20 May 2021
at 13:16
T2K 4th edition games
Are any games using the rules planned here?
Sir Swindle
 member, 317 posts
Thu 20 May 2021
at 13:52
T2K 4th edition games
No idea what T2K stands for.
Silent Hunter
 member, 114 posts
 From London
Thu 20 May 2021
at 14:53
T2K 4th edition games
Twilight 2000.
Hatten
 member, 260 posts
 I'm sorry,
 what?
Thu 20 May 2021
at 21:02
T2K 4th edition games
Just got my Kickstarter PDF, I'd like to try the game even though I haven't had time to check the system fully.
Delirious Edd
 member, 23 posts
Sun 23 May 2021
at 17:18
Re: T2K 4th edition games
Hatten:
Just got my Kickstarter PDF, I'd like to try the game even though I haven't had time to check the system fully.

Same for me. I'd be willing to try some sort of game.
PCO.Spvnky
 member, 476 posts
Sun 23 May 2021
at 17:34
Re: T2K 4th edition games
T2K is always interesting.  Didn't even know they were making a new edition, lol.
branmac
 member, 73 posts
Sun 23 May 2021
at 19:08
Re: T2K 4th edition games
I have the T2000 kickstarting PDFs and would love to try it.
CTWraith
 member, 30 posts
Fri 28 May 2021
at 00:54
Re: T2K 4th edition games
If something comes from this, I'd like to see how it plays out. I'm really liking the Free League system, and T2K been a game I've wanted to see in action for a while.
CTWraith
 member, 31 posts
Fri 4 Jun 2021
at 20:42
Re: T2K 4th edition games
After setting up my own little game board area to try some solo gaming with T2K4E, the very first issue I ran into was the dice rolling. Given the 'two-dice' mechanics, with the in house dice roller you end up having to make quite a few separate dice rolls.

So, if you are going to run a full-on campaign, be prepared for a ream of dice rolls when it comes to combat. Skill rolls are still a chore, but combat I found to be a cluster.
Puckohue
 member, 75 posts
Sat 5 Jun 2021
at 07:52
Re: T2K 4th edition games
CTWraith:
a ream of dice rolls


I usually handle this by asking for all potential rolls from the beginning. Or even by asking each player to submit 100 rolls from the beginning and then myself roll d100 to pick from their list when needed. Or make all rolls myself (which of course might take some fun out of playing. But so does waiting for two days for someone to resolve one action.
Jarodemo
 member, 935 posts
 My hovercraft
 is full of eels
Sat 5 Jun 2021
at 08:19
Re: T2K 4th edition games
In reply to Puckohue (msg # 10):

My RL brother has run a T2K game here in rpol, and I have participated in a few others here as well. In general the GM ended up doing all of the dice rolls. Players stated there actions and intentions, then GM interpreted and rolled the dice.

It means a lot of work for the GM, and a lot of trust from players. It does mean that, as a player, you quickly learn to be clear and explicit in your posts to avoid ambiguity .