But every superhero rpg I played at (Marvel Superheroes, DC Heroes, Champion...) had conversion tables for movement speed, breaking things, lifting weight, and so one.
These tables weren't stupidely linear (1 point in lightning speed equals 3 miles per hour) but exponential (with 10 you run like a horse, with 20 like a race car, with 30 like a plane...) just to have a comparaison scale.
In human-scaled rpg, it's easy to estimate a difficulty rate (would this task be easy, difficult or impossible to me to achieve ?), but in a superheroic rpg like Heroquest, I feel that's nearly impossible. Because I 'm not able to estimate the difficulty of breaking a forteress gate or running like a galloping horse. Both are impossible, but not for my heroes. How can I evaluate if its a "easy" superheroic tarsk or a "nearly impossible superheroic" task ?
That's why I think that some conversion tables for passive resistances would be useful. And if you them to be hidden in appendix, I can stand it very well.
Some scales for the menaning of relation, passion and kee-words would be great too...
in love (13) : passing infatuation in love (17) : strong love in love (5W1) : true love in love (5W2) : Romeo and Juliet, overwhelming passion in love (5W3) : love through death, telepathic link
Something like that.
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