Here is the draft of “Fictive Hack: Basic, Player’s Book.” I have posted it in Word so you can help me out. I’d like those who are willing to go through and use the “Comment” feature to point out typos, unclear text, rule confusion, or stuff you really like. Let me hear it before I finalize this thing!
Here is the font I use in the document, Scurlock. With that font, you should be able to see what I see as you work on the document.
If you’ve been thinking, “Gee, I’d like to help Andrew out with his crazy projects, but I just don’t know how,” this is your moment!
The document is 42 pages long; that’s 15 pages longer than Old School Hack. Of course, I also plan to do a DM book to go with the player book. Some of the things that were requested won’t be here, like monster stat blocks; that will be in the DM book, it isn’t something the player needs to know. However, as soon as I get this done, all the advice I have for DMs, and tools to build a scenario super-fast, will go into the DM book!
Then, down the road in a more liesurely fashion, I’ll do a campaign book with all the things I did for Old School Hack updated for Fictive Hack. Mounts, poisons, piles of templates, a cross-reference document with all the talents in it, etc.
Anyway, enough talk out of me! Please, download this and look it over and tell me what you think.