Tom Clancy's The Division Setting (remade)


#1

My group wanted to play The Division, but after pulling out my copy and running it a couple of times, I realized it was not optimized nor the most fluent to read. It was my first contribution to ICRPG though so what can I say LOL. So I’ve spent some time tearing it apart, rewriting some rules, adding some things my group came up with, changing all the font, and adding graphics. I was going to make it a 2nd edition, but I want to forget the first copy ever existed :smile:

Follow link to free downloads: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnfnHpdtXMH-hypzdV4-9smD3k93?e=zuiPDu

PS. Also check the folder for some custom made maps and tokens for online play!


#2

Awesome can’t wait to take a gander.


#3

now i need to find some minis and it!.. awesome work. i remember reading the first version. this is much better … game on!


#4

Cool! Thanks for sharing your work. I am looking forward to reading it.


#5

This is awesome @Kindred! I’m going to scour through it and get inspiration for the Modern/Urban Index Cards project. :herocoin:


#6

@KaneDriscol, Of course! I plan on using some of those cards for my own game LOL


#7

Excellent! I can’t wait to see them and your system in action :smiley:


#8

It’s great, seems really well done overall. Much better than a LOT of the stuff on drivethrurpg. I’m somewhat concerned about the idea of putting it out there with all those copyright violations in it. I feel like it’s just asking for a takedown notice. :confused: That being said, i think you’d have to change basically all of the backstory to make it not be a copyright violation, and then it wouldn’t be “The Division”.


#9

Agreed. I actually added all of the artwork and images this time around because I don’t plan on releasing it as a paid for supplement. That being said, thanks for the compliments!


#10

Looks amazing, i was looking for gun mechanics for ICRPG and i really like the ones here, i might use them, thank you for sharing this!.


#11

Of course! I was worried at first about the gun mods being too much for players to remember but I didn’t hand them out super often so it gave the players time to get used to them and memorize their abilities and worked out pretty well in the end. And I first tried the reloading mechanics after @Shadymutha used them and I love it!


#12

I actually added all of the artwork and images this time around because I don’t plan on releasing it as a paid for supplement.

Hopefully you already know this, but… Paid or not paid is irrelevant to copyright. it’s the distribution without permission in a way that isn’t covered by Fair Use that results in the violation.

I’m not trying to persuade you to a course of action one way or the other. I doubt anyone would come after you and this is not stealing potential sales so it’s all kinda bs, but… most everything around copyright enforcement is kinda BS these days. :wink:


#13

Oh yeah I totally understand, and I’ve seen enough “borrowed” things get shared (some even sold) without consequence that I myself don’t worry a lot. I agree it can be BS, especially like you mentioned, it isn’t taking away potential sales, and it’s even raising awareness of said game/book/etc. Thanks for the concern though, that’s good looking out! If a problem ever arises, I’d gladly take it down. Besides, I make these things for myself to use first and foremost, it’s just a bonus to share with this community :slight_smile: .


#14

I have never played The Division but I gotta say this is really great. Bonus points, a lot of your ideas would be great for a Fallout based game or even to use with Altered State pretty easily!

Thanks for all the hard work and for sharing.


#15

I’ve thought about tackling Fallout as well but haven’t taken that on just yet lol. Maybe someday. Thanks!


#16

You did a great job! :medal_sports:

Will defo be poaching the diff melee weapon types and weapon mods :smiley: