Stat yourself.   Posted by Narrator.Group: 0
Narrator
 GM, 2720 posts
 DM says
 roll for initiative!
Sat 23 Jul 2016
at 23:29
Stat yourself
All of that talk in occ4 about what the makeup of people was made me think: what makes us?


Gwythaint
62 points
Att: 45 adv:31 D/q:-47 skills:28
St 11 [10] Dx 9 [-20] IQ 13 [60] Ht 9 [-10]
Hp 11 [0] Will 13 [0] Per 12 [-5] fp 9 [0]
Adv
5 Ally (wife)
4 Attractive
5 Artist
5 Versatile
5 Magery 0
5 almost comfortable
Dabbler:
 1 Xray  tech:+2 defaults for biology, physiology, pathology,
   Physics
 Security Guard: +2 defaults to security guard, brawling,
    wrestling, baton
 1 Artist: +2 to defaults for sculpting, engraving,
  architecture, art history
 1 Crafty: +2 default for carpentry, cooking, sewing, poetry
 1 White witch: +2 defaults for wiccan theology, Meditation,
  ritual magic (wiccan), mythology
1 one hit wonder: can do an arm lock at DX.
1 trivia sponge: knows random useless things
Languages English native/native
          Spanish  accented/accented
Disadvantages
-5 Code of honor professional
-5 bad back (reduced)... [replaced with bad leg...]
-5 klutz
-10 bad vision (mitigated)
-12 bipolar (mitigated)*includes migraines
   This seems to me to be more than the cyclothymia quirk due to time
   spent medicating, aranging therapy sessions, avoiding drug interactions
   and trying to resist the impulse to berserk, especially vs inanimate
    objects
   (and of late, medication is working less and moods are more extreme,
  Rapidly cycling, and random)
and frequent bouts of low level paranoia.
-3 fat
-3 Oblivious
-2 debt

Quirks
Easily distracted and bad with names; gaming geek; Wiccan;
 Sleep of the dead; cannot drink alchohol; tolerant; argues with inanimate  objects (occasionally violently)

Artist  drawing [4] 15 painting [2] 14
Electronics op: medical diagnostics [4] 14
Diplomacy [1]  11
Psychology [1] 11
Computer operation [1] 13
Area knowledge  hospital [1] 13
First aid [1] 13
Swimming [1] 9
Writing [1]12
Public speaking [1] 12
Teaching [1] 12
Connoisseur fine art [1] 13
Rpg games [2] 14
Theology, Catholic [1] 11
Occultism  [1] 12

Biology-9
Pathology-9
Physics-9
Physiology-8

Security guard-10
Brawling-7
Wrestling-6
Baton-6

Sculpting-11
Engraving-11
History, Art-9
Architecture-10

Carpentry-11
Sewing-7
Cooking-10
Poetry-10

Meditation-9
Theology, Wiccan-9
Ritual magic, wiccan-8
Mythology-9

This message was last edited by the GM at 19:32, Fri 18 Oct.

Christine Bjorn
 player, 883 posts
 blue haired
 mountain elf
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 01:47
Stat yourself
In reply to Narrator (msg # 1):

Total CP: [105]

Attributes [63]
ST 10 [0];
DX 10 [0];
IQ 13 [60];
HT 10 [0].

Damage: Harmless
BL 20 lbs.;
HP 10 [0];
Will 15 [10]; (Just ask my wife!)
Per 11 [-10];
FP 10/10 [0];
Basic Speed 5 [0]
Basic Move 5 [0]
Dodge 8

Languages
Native (Verbal and Written): English
Russian (Verbal And Written): Broken [2]

Cultures
Australian (Native)
Russian [1]

Advantages: [80]

Ally (Wife, 100%, Quite Often) [10]
Ally (Family, 100%, Group up to 10, Quite Rarely) [15]
Ambidexterity    [5]
Empathy   [5]
Intuition   [15]
Wealth (Very Wealthy) [30] Own House I live in, assets worth Aus $300k approx


Disadvantages: [-106]

Debt (Home Loan) Owe $150 k(38% of starting wealth!) Payments Aus $1 k/mth [-1]
Dependant (Daughter, 0%, Loved One, almost all the time) [-60]
   (Wife helps with looking after her)
Discipline of Faith (Christian) [-5]
Loner [-5]
Slow Riser  [-5]
Stubbornness (Resist on 12 or less)[-5]
Truthfulness [-5]
Unfit [-5]
Unlucky [-10]

Quirks [-5]
Attentive
Humble
Imaginative
Responsive
Does not Drink Alcohol

Skills: [68]

Accounting  (H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Animal Handling (Livestock) (A) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Area Knowledge (Melbourne) (E) IQ [1] (13)
Area Knowledge (Forster, NSW) (E) IQ [1] (13)
Axe/Mace (A) DX-1 [1] (9)
Bicycling (E) DX [1] (10)
Boating (Motorboat) (A) DX [2] (10)
Boating (Unpowered) (A) DX-1 [1] (9)
Bow (A) DX-1 [1] (9)
Brawling (E) DX [1] (10)
Camouflage (E) IQ [1] (13)
Carpentry (E) IQ [1] (13)
Chemistry (H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Computer Operation (E) IQ [2] (14)
Computer Programming (H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Crewman(Seamanship) (E) IQ [1] (13)
Current Affairs (Politics) (E) IQ [1] (13)
Detect Lies (H) Per-2 [1] (9)
Driving (A) DX [2] (10)
Engineering (Ships) (H) IQ-1 [2] (12)
First Aid (E) IQ [1] (13)
Fishing (E) Per [1] (11)
Games (RPGs) (E) IQ [1] (13)
Gardening (E) IQ [1] (13)
Guns (Rifle) (E) DX [1] (10)
Guns (Shotgun) (E) DX [1] (10)
Hiking (A) HT-1 [1] (9)
History (Europe)(H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
History (Asia)(H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Housekeeping (E) IQ+1 [2] (14)
Karate (H) DX-2 [1] (8)
Knot Tying (E) DX [1] (10)
Knife (E) DX [1] (10)
Lasso (A) DX-1 [1] (9)
Leadership (A) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Machinist (A) IQ [1] (12)
Masonry (E) IQ [1] (13)
Mathematics (Applied) (H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Merchant (A) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Naturalist (H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Navigation (A) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Physics (VH) IQ-3 [1] (10)
Physiology (E) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Psycology (H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Research (A) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Scrounging (E) Per [1]-11
Scuba (A) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Sewing (E) DX [1] (10)
Staff (A) DX-1 [1] (9)
Shiphandling (Ship) (H) IQ-2 [1] (11)
Speed-Reading (A) IQ-1 [1]-14
Survival (Desert) (A) Per-1 [1] (10)
Survival (Mountains) (A) Per-1 [1] (10)
Survival (Island/Beach) (A) Per-1 [1] (10)
Survival (Plains) (A) Per-1 [1] (10)
Survival (Woodlands) (A) Per-1 [1] (10)
Swimming (E) HT [1] (10)
Theology (H) IQ-1 [2] (11)
Tracking (A) Per-1 [1] (10)
Writing (A) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Traps (H) IQ-1 [1] (12)
Oren
 player, 669 posts
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 03:24
Stat yourself
Attributes: 40
ST 10
DX 10
IQ 12
HT 10

12 Advantages:
Less Sleep 			[2]
Rapid Healing			[5]
Versatile			[5]

[3]Perks:
Dabbler:
Artist (Drawing), Artist (Painting), Artist (Sculpture), Artist (Digital Layout),
   History (Art), Electronics Operation (Media) - Default +2
Current Affairs (Headline, Pop Culture, Politics, Science/Tech) - Default +3
History (20th century American, 19th Century American, Victorian British Empire,
   Medieval Europe, Medieval China, Classical Antiquety) - Default +2

[-46]Disadvantages:
Light Sleeper			[-5]
Overweight			[-1]
Pacifism (Self Defense Only)	[-15]
Poor				[-15]
Stubbornness			[-5]
Unfit				[-5]

[-5]Quirks:
Taoist
Proud
Forgetful
Responsive
Mild Squeamishness

[35]Skills:
Acting				IQ-1	[1]	11
Bicycling			DX	[1]	10
Carousing			HT	[1]	10
Computer Operation		IQ	[1]	12
Computer Programming		IQ-2	[1]	10
Cooking				IQ-1	[1]	11
Diplomacy			IQ-1	[2]	11
Dreaming			Wil-1	[1]	11
Driving (Automobile)		DX	[2]	10
Fast-Talk			IQ	[2]	12
Games (RPGs)			IQ	[2]	12
Group Performance (Directing)	IQ-1	[1]	11
Housekeeping			IQ	[1]	12
Occultism			IQ-1	[1]	11
Professional Skill (Author)	IQ	[2]	12
Propaganda (Social Media)	IQ-1	[1]	11
Research			IQ+1	[4]	13
Swimming			HT	[1]	10
Writing				IQ+2	[8]	14

Any given skill might be replaced by the appropriate delusion "I have X skill instead of operating from default" instead. IQ might be higher.
Chye Isuel
 player, 72 posts
 Youxia/Bard
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 03:27
Stat yourself
haha we did this in high school. back in the mid-late 90's. i was 80 pt's back then... i'm SO doing this.
Christine Bjorn
 player, 884 posts
 blue haired
 mountain elf
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 03:35
Stat yourself
In reply to Oren (msg # 3):

Wealth Poor? At TL 8, that means you own less than $4000 worth of gear TOTAL, including a car, clothes, computer, software (legal) and kitchenware. Unless you are living in the third world, that would seem extremely unlikely...most of us have a computer worth at least $500, and clothing worth at least 5-10 times that. Hell, even a single suit is worth that! And lets not talk about cars...

Having lived in the third world for a while, I see that most westerners grossly underestimate their wealth or worth. Sometimes it is scary to do an honest appraisal, but insurance companies regularly say most folk are grossly under-insured.

No friends or family that could count as allies?
Oren
 player, 670 posts
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 03:50
Stat yourself
Yep. Wealth Poor. No car, live in an apartment, entire wardrobe fits in a suitcase, and the most expensive items are the $75 boots I bought three years ago. I am lucky enough to have a slightly older pair of $20 sneakers, but that's it for shoes.

Computer is the most expensive thing I own, and I bought that a year and a half ago for $500, including monitor. I use free open-source software when possible, but I paid $25 or so for Scrivener on sale.

Rather doubt the sum total of my possessions reaches $2k let alone $4k, allowing for depreciation.

I'd be on the dole if I wasn't entirely self-employed.

Allies:
I could probably count a few of my friends as Contacts, and a handful might be covered by the Friend perk. The rest are just people I know.

This message was last edited by the player at 03:51, Sun 24 July 2016.

Christine Bjorn
 player, 885 posts
 blue haired
 mountain elf
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 03:53
Stat yourself
In reply to Oren (msg # 6):

Bummer. I would send you some old clothes if I knew where you lived. What work do you do, if I may ask?
Oren
 player, 671 posts
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 04:03
Stat yourself
I write books. I make barely enough to cover my rent, utilities, and food, but there's nothing I'd rather be doing with my time.

But really, I don't own a lot of stuff because I spent most of my 20s homeless and living out of a suitcase, so I just don't think about buying stuff, even when I can afford it. I just don't have those habits.

I should have bought a new pair of jeans months ago. I just... haven't.

This message was last edited by the player at 04:04, Sun 24 July 2016.

Ardenas Barehand
 player, 490 posts
 Human martial artist with
 a few spells on the side.
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 12:19
Stat yourself
Hmm.  I don't have time to do this right now, but this is something cool.  I did this once before, in 1980, for a D&D one-shot when I lived in northern Idaho.  May 18th, it was: I recall the date because through the entire one-shot game, we were seeing cloud cover build in the west-southwest, not knowing until around the middle of the session that what we were seeing was the ash cloud from the eruption of Mt. Saint Helens.

I've also done it once for GURPS, either 2nd or 3rd edition (don't recall which).  I think GURPS will do a better job of letting me simulate the huge array of 1-point skills I have (some of which I put in as half-point in that previous edition).  Not to mention an even bigger array of occasionally useful defaults that I call on often enough to put on a character sheet.  Stuff like Lock Picking, Climbing, Animal Handling (Dog), etc.
Chye Isuel
 player, 73 posts
 Youxia/Bard
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 12:39
Stat yourself
claim to hospitality (childhood friends) 3 families, and a single friend. how much would this cost?? anyone help me out? i dunno 4e that well yet
Christine Bjorn
 player, 886 posts
 blue haired
 mountain elf
Sun 24 Jul 2016
at 13:10
Stat yourself
In reply to Chye Isuel (msg # 10):

Could you call that single friend an Ally,  ie someone who would help you out if you were in a real pickle?