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Old 01-13-2016, 10:18 PM
gbmaz gbmaz is offline
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Default 4th Edition Project Director's Screen?

Has anyone put together a 4th Edition PD Screen?

I still have my old 3rd edition one, but want to have an updated one. Still in the process of getting back into gaming and want to do it right. I am hoping to GM some TMP games for the teens from my youth center as a break from their usual Pathfinder game.

Assuming no one has made one yet, what things would recommend I put on one?

If I end up making my own I will definitely post it up. So many of you have really put some work into the content you have shared on this and other sites.
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Old 01-14-2016, 01:18 PM
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A few charts

page 48 and 49: EXPERTISE and DIFFICULTY OF TASK.

page 50: DEGREES OF SUCCESS/FAILURE and EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS.

If your players get into combat then page 89: HIT LOCATIONS, NON-HUMAN HIT LOCATIONS, and VEHICLE HIT LOCATIONS

page 97: PANIC MODIFIERS


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If you've got a new group of players, I'd suggest that you have a copy of their team loadout (page 177 will have some of it, but whatever you, as PD, also assign to them)

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In some games, I have found it useful to add a small index to the screen, so that I can quickly look up the right page

something like

BLOOD DONOR COMPATIBILITY - page 105
DAMAGE & RECOVERY - page 100
PROJECT VEHICLES - page 175
PROJECT WEAPONS - page 125
WEAPONS ISSUE - page 161

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If you're still planning to run "Liberation at Riverton", then just clip a list of NPC names and ages somewhere (and note when the PCs encounter them).


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I think everything else is a matter of personal style.
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Old 01-15-2016, 06:49 AM
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Default PD screen

I made one for me using the blank screen from Hammerdog.com. This blank screen is a vinyl cover over heavy card board with 8 blank pockets one can put into sheets they want. The screens are either in a portrait or landscape format, and can be had from either Hammerdog or Nobleknight.com. The screens are cheap ($30US) but are worth it to me for the customization.
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Old 01-15-2016, 08:44 AM
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Thanks for the suggestions Matt. I will take a look at those pages.

rob - I had already been thinking about getting one of those.

The joy of being an adult buying RPG stuff - moderate amounts of disposable income. I can remember scraping together money for TMP modules in high school and then catching the train into Manhattan to go shopping at The Complete Strategist in midtown.
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