Looking for Play Testers

MacConnell

Creator of The Untamed Wilds
I have finished the final draft of 2nd edition of The Untamed Wilds gaming system and it is in the process of publication. Though I was able to complete a successful play test of the system before the final edit, I was acquainted with all of the players, to some degree, in real life.


I would like to run a fully objective game, relying on a truly random selection of participants, drawn from this PbP setting, especially players not associated with TSR or White Wolf.


A version of the Players' Guide is available, free, on the Community Page, not by downloadable file. It would actually have to be copied and pasted, but the page is always available. Community Page: http://www.enworld.org/forum/group.php?groupid=504http://www.enworld.org/forum/group.php?groupid=504


For those who would be interested in creating a character with background and personal consideration, the Players' Guide begins with the concept, but the individual threads on EN World are presented by order of last input, so I numbered the threads. Character Creation: http://www.enworld.org/forum/group.php?discussionid=2194&do=discusshttp://www.enworld.org/forum/group.php?discussionid=2194&do=discuss


For those, like me, who like to jump straight into the deep end and figure it out by practical application, an image can be posted to the following thread and I will provide the data. Character Records: http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?513364-OOC-The-Untamed-Wilds-Editable-Character-Recordshttp://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?513364-OOC-The-Untamed-Wilds-Editable-Character-Records


I would like to find players interested in not only creating a character but also in applying that character through an interactive scenario. The game is set in a magic infusion, early technology, fantasy world. Hostiles are comprised of uncivilized indigenous peoples and aggressive animals. Character development is comprised of personal abilities, learned skills, and manufactured equipment. Yes, the setting is quite similar to other games, but the system is unique.


For a little background: The first edition was completed in 1988 and sold to TSR. There are only 2 extant hard-copies of the entire system, mine and theirs, as it was not published in its entirety. The original system of skills was adapted into the Proficiencies that appeared for the first time in the 2nd edition of D&D.
 

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