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BADASS: The Roleplaying Game That Kicks LOGIC in the FACE!

PostPosted: Thu Jun 09, 2011 7:35 am
by pointyman2000
Hey there,

I've been kindly referred to this forum by Rob Lang, and I'd like to introduce my attempt at a Free Action/Comedy game:


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BADASS is not a game that you can attempt to work your way around with logic. In fact, BADASS kicks that logic in the face, twists its arm behind its back and makes it cry for its momma.

Kick a reinforced metal fire door down off its hinges? BADASS
Catch a bullet with your teeth? BADASS
Slice through an Abrams tank with your katana? BADASS
Does it make sense? NO! Does it have to? HELL NO!

In fact the moment you start making sense is the moment you lose your Badass Points, reverting into the mewling pathetic 98-pound weakling you truly are.

BADASS is an exciting roleplaying game designed by Jay Steven Anyong.
This book contains everything to create your BADASS character and experience adventures in the exciting streets of Central City.


BADASS is available (for free, of course) over at DrivethruRPG:

http://rpg.drivethrustuff.com/product_i ... rs_id=3313

Please check it out and do tell me what you think! I'd love to hear your feedback on the game. :)

Re: BADASS: The Roleplaying Game That Kicks LOGIC in the FACE!

PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 5:14 am
by Evil Scientist
To sum up the game:
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BADASS is indeed BADASS plus some more. This tongue-in-cheek over-the-top action has been done before (Macho Women With Guns being the obvious reference), but BADASS does bring some things to the table. The system is pretty good, the writing's fine and funny. Meta-game flavas are a great addition, well, the whole flava system is well-made and probably the best part of the game...
Good job! And thanks for making it free! Perfect for a quick bash-fest.

Some ideas: maybe additional rules for mass combat?

Re: BADASS: The Roleplaying Game That Kicks LOGIC in the FACE!

PostPosted: Tue Jul 19, 2011 8:33 am
by trodgers
I think the idea behind this game is BADASS. You should do something with the idea. And I don't mean shove it up your arse.