OK the Attack on Titan ARC variant is completed. Download the powerpoint that contains the playsheet and TITAN Targets here: https://app.box.com/s/8k7y0zcnz5fvq5e7vgks7dny2hfvcnxj (NOTE: Box net account has eliminated the support for the wordpress Widget…thus direct links are necessary).
The setting below taken from wikipedia.
Over one hundred years prior to the beginning of the story, giant humanoid creatures called Titans (巨人 Kyojin)suddenly appeared and nearly wiped out humanity, devouring them without remorse or reason. What remains of humanity now resides within three enormous concentric walls: the outermost is Wall Maria (ウォール・マリア Wōru Maria); the middle wall is Wall Rose (ウォール・ローゼ Wōru Rōze, pronounced like rosé) and the innermost is Wall Sheena (ウォール・シーナ Wōru Shīna, alt. “Wall Sina”). Inside these walls, humanity has lived in peace for one hundred years; many people growing up without ever having seen a Titan. This all changes when one day, a giant 60-meter (200 ft)-tall Titan mysteriously appears and breaches the outer wall of the Shiganshina district, a town at Wall Maria, allowing the smaller Titans to invade the district. An Armored Titan smashes clean through Wall Maria, forcing mankind to abandon the land between Wall Maria and Wall Rosé, evacuating the remaining population into the inner districts. The sudden influx of population causes turmoil and famine.
The Titans are giant humanoids about 3–15 meters (10–50 ft) tall that are usually masculine in body structure but lack reproductive organs. Although they do not appear to need food, they instinctively attack and eat humans on sight. Their skin is tough and difficult to penetrate, and they regenerate quickly from injuries, except for a weak spot at the nape of their neck.
Combating the Titans is the military, which is divided into three branches. Foremost in the story is the Survey Corps(調査兵団 Chōsa Heidan), which goes out into Titan territory to try to reclaim the land. The Survey Corps are heavily derided in society because of their high casualty rate and little sense of progress. Another branch is the Garrison Regiment (駐屯兵団 Chūton Heidan), which guards the walls and the civilian populace. The third branch is the Military Police Brigade (憲兵団 Kenpeidan), who guards the royal family and live relatively relaxed lives. The soldiers use a tethering system called Vertical Maneuvering Equipment (立体機動装置 Rittai Kidō Sōchi) which allows them to jump onto walls, trees, or nearby buildings to attack Titans.
Here is how you play
1) Assign 1-6 in each roll of all 3 Walls, the RED slots result in loss of LIFE when hit.
2) Roll for Town Population (2d6) and record the number for Town 1 & 2.
3) Mark Number of Titans down on character sheet.
4) Pick which branch of military you wish to join. Each have a different advantage.
1) Fire (1 shot for all wall except last wall, wall SINA).
2) Make a head shot to a titan. Roll 1d6 and shoot at TARGET matching description of Titan (your pick). You kill the titan when your score is less than the result of the roll. Striking a friendly results in +1 Fear. When Fear= Titans, you lose.
3) Titan Attacks: Roll 1d6 for Titan’s attack on wall. Titan destroys section of wall matching result. IF it strikes a RED area, -1d6 Life or Sacrifice Population of Town behind current wall. Titan destroys wall when a column of wall sections are destroyed allowing him to pass through into the town. IF the strike hits an already destroyed section, destroy the wall section in the next row.
4) IF population of town=0 add +1 Fear.
Picture below is what the play sheet looks like:
Attack on Titan, known in Japan as Shingeki no Kyojin (進撃の巨人?, lit. “Advancing Giants”), is a Japanese mangaseries written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama. The series began serialization in Kodansha‘s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine on September 9, 2009, and has been collected into 15 tankōbon volumes as of December 9, 2014. It is set in a world where humanity lives inside cities surrounded by enormous walls as a defense against the Titans, gigantic humanoid creatures who devour humans seemingly without reason. The story initially centers on Eren Yeager, his adopted sister Mikasa Ackerman, and their childhood friend Armin Arlert, who join the military to fight the Titans after their home town is invaded and Eren’s mother is eaten. As the story progresses, the truth behind the origin of the Titans arises and the story shifts to one about political subterfuge. –wikipedia