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Jose B April 12, 2020 7:35 pm UTC
Hi, is this easily adaptable to V5? If I buy this and it gets updated to the newer V5 rules will I have to buy it again?
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Rafael M April 12, 2020 9:05 pm UTC
Hello, thanks for your interest! Storyteller's Vault does not allow content for V5, but if it is allowed in the future, in an eventual update of this product you will not need to pay again, all updates are free. That said, this book was written with comprehensive content in order to allow its use in any Word of Darkness system from the first edition to the fourth (aka 20th Anniversary), I believe that you will have no problem adapting for your V5 campaigns. If you are interested, I recommend downloading this DEMO containing samples of the first four books in the collection, so you can check if you like the format:
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Jose B April 13, 2020 10:06 pm UTC
Awesome, thank you Rafael, I appreciate the quick reply; I have decided to purchase the bundle (hunters armory 1 through 6) hopefully V5 opens up to home-brew soon.
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Rasmus H December 19, 2017 4:26 am UTC
Are The difficulty ratings meant for the soak roll or the to hit roll? If not why are some of the to hit rolls at difficulty 8? Wouldn't that skew the combat more towards melee?
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Rafael M December 21, 2017 7:09 pm UTC
Hello! Actually this information will only be needed if you are playing under older Vampire the Masquerade rules set. Prior to the fourth edition (V4), the difficulty for a firearm attack was determined by the weapon itself (in addition to the custom modifiers). From V4 the difficulty for all attacks became standardized as 6, and new combat maneuvers were being introduced to the system over the years. Anyway, you can use all those however you prefer, according to the characteristics of your chronicle. I hope it helped, thank you very much for your support!
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Tim B March 24, 2018 4:24 pm UTC
Just to clarify, with V4 you mean V20? Neither V20 nor V3 (or better "Revised") used any difficultys besides 6 for the basic firearms, at least not in the main rulebooks. I am not that familiar with 2nd or 1st edition. Can you maybe elaborate were I can find some more detailed weapons stats? I like your books because of that - judging by the preview, havn't bought them yet. They look great by the way!
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Rafael M March 25, 2018 11:58 am UTC
Yes, I'm sorry I mean V4, aka 20th Anniversary Edition. On the 1st and 2nd edition, the difficulties were determined by the weapon itself. As you pointed out, since 3rd edition they standardized it as 6. So if you're playing under 3rd or 4th edition rules (or play-testing the 5th edition) you will not use this, just ignore the difficulty rate. Thanks for the support!
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Tim B March 25, 2018 1:15 pm UTC
Thank you for your quick answer and keep up the good work.
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