Attributes & Skills
My other D6 Games
Evil Dead D6: Action. Horror. Schlock. Blow away deadites and raise undead armies in the world of the Evil Dead movies.
The Matrix D6: fight to free the minds of humanity in the world of the movie The Matrix.
Neverwhere D6: magic, mystery, and sewer tunnels. Try survival in the Underside of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere.
Starcraft D6: fight for the future of your species in an rpg based on the best-selling computer game Starcraft.
to the Appleseed D6 Game!
This is a role-playing game is set in the world of Masamune Shirow's classic cyberpunk series Appleseed, one of the best manga series ever to be translated into English. The game mechanics are based on West End Game's D6 Legend system. If you haven't done it yet, go out and buy just about everything by Shirow you can find. While you're at it, check out the WEG's products, which you'll likely need to fill in a number of gaps in these pages.
The events of Appleseed take place after a great world war. Though nuclear weapons were never used, massive biological weapons were let loose upon the world. Advanced technologies were used to destroy most centers of civilization. As the old nations attempt to rebuild, a new power, called Olympus, stands out as the most technologically advanced and civilized nation on the planet.
Populated mainly by genetically engineered bioroids, who many consider to be the next step in human evolution, Olympus purports to exist to safeguard and guide mankind. But political alliances and true motivations remain obscured. The country is rich with surprises, intrigue, and danger. Read about Olympus and the State of the World (written by Dave, who has an excellent Appleseed sourcebook for the Fuzion system).
Finally, all the pictures here are taken from Shirow's various works published by Studio Proteus. Those two own all the rights, best I can tell (except, I guess for the Intron Depot stuff). So, don't go taking stuff and trying to make money on it and getting me into trouble! The game mechanics used here are heavily based on West End Games' D6 system, so they own all that stuff. So, I guess you could say I don't own any of it. Sounds about right...
Minor corrections and additions to Skills, including a new table for Jumping attempts.
I added Landmates! It's still rough, but coming along.
I corrected the first round of spelling and grammar errors and other glitches. Yee-haw.