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Re: Re: I most recently did it in the...

by flyingmoose (Priest)
on Mar 30, 2004 at 21:16 UTC ( #341101=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


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As in the Steve Jackson "RPG" 'Toon' ?? I played this quite a bit when I was a kid. fun stuff. My main character was a little green four-legged frog with a super-stretchy prehensile tongue of near-infinite length, his name was 'Rogger Ribbit' (doh!). His biggest accomplishment was when he fell off a cliff, pulled a stop sign out of his pocket (you can pull any sort of sign out of your Back Pocket (TM) at any time, so says the book), rolled a successful 'fast talk' roll, and convincing the ground to STOP!!!! It was so fun to play a game with no rules, just like 'Calvinball' in many ways.

How is this game you mention played?


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Re: Re: Re: I most recently did it in the...
by herveus (Parson) on Mar 31, 2004 at 11:41 UTC
    Howdy!

    Kill Dr. Lucky is a multiplayer game where you try to kill Dr. Lucky. Players try to get the prospective victim alone with them (and out of sight of anyone else -- can't have witnesses) and then off him. Sort of like the prequel to a game of Clue.

    Make Dr. Lucky Fall Down is a crossover variant that was published on Pyramid. The operating rules are Toon; the objective is to make Dr. Lucky fall down. You still have to avoid witnesses, but boggled Toons can be ignored. Dr. Lucky has Luck-8.

    yours,
    Michael

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