RS²: Roleplaying Social Relationship System – FUNDED
A system to manage social relationships between PC and NPC in your roleplaying gaming sessions.
The project hs been funded in 23 hours, THANK YOU!
This project has been accepted by Kickstarter and now is live, ready to deliver the system for January 2021.
If you would like to back or follow the project visit the Kickstarter page now by clicking here.
In every roleplaying game we played, we found it difficult to manage the social relationships and interactions between PC and NPC in a flexible and instant way.
- Fast: No complex math, no long explanations
- Easy to understand: Really simple and straightforward rules
- Plug and Play: Both the gamemaster and the players have to be able to use it in seconds
- Open-ended: Not related to a specific roleplaying game system but good for all of them
The system we are creating works for every roleplaying game system and can be operated GM-side or PCs-side (guided by the gamemaster).
All the rules will fit in less than 10 pages plus some specific roleplaying system related examples (D&D 5th Edition, Pathfinder, World of Darkness, Powered by the Apocalypse, FATE).
You just have to print, photocopy or draw by hand the social relationship sheets and start playing, that’s it!
You can also apply it in your ongoing games without any tweak.
No modifications to the existent character sheets needed.
Last but not the least: you can use the system both for the whole party (master side) and\or for any single player (player side) with the exact same social sheet.
Thanks to our experience with Freedom Flag we decided to use a professional print on demand service so the production cost is cut by 80% and we can print every number of copies without limitations and front costs.
The funding now will cover the cost of a professional proofreading and formatting service external to us: we have chosen this way to have another eye who will notice errors and troubles.
This is the first preview of the page layout I will use for the digital copy: the format will be 5×8 in (12,7 x 20,32 cm), the text used now is just a placeholder.
Better previews will come soon, now I’m working on the first preview of the cover.
And here is the first preview of the book:
This is the first preview of the cover for the normal edition.
Red lines reperesents cut and bend margins and will not be present in the printed book.
And a 3D preview of the normal edition of the book.