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Introduction to my Tutorial on How to Make Your Very Own Role-Playing Game, Without Any Knowledge of Scripting, and Pixel-Art

Alright, you want to make your very own Role-Playing project, but you don't know where to start...well this tutorial will basically show you how to create a dice-roll RPG game without the need of any internet browsers, a perfect boredom killer when your internet is slow or unresponsive, or just no internet whatsoever...

Bring your friends closer to the screen and then learn from this basic tutorial all you need to know to start your first project...

PS. There will be download links from Mediafire.com, no viruses detected from that site and all of my downloads, and top quality tools for you! :D
 
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Step 1: Step One, Making a home for your Role-Playing Project!

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This is a very easy step, which requires no college degree on computer science to pull this step off...


Step 2: Step Two, Using Online Tools to Replace Expensive Store Bought Materials

In this tutorial you are going to need something that can simulate dice...

This is also written as (# of sides on die/dice)d(# of dice used/using)

All of that material looks like this... 6d1 (6-Sided Die), 8d1 (8-Sided Die), 6d3 (3 6-Sided Dice)

Well by now that is self-explanatory

(I changed my mind, you can download the simulator with everything that I am using in this tutorial, the folders, subfolders, and precious files that I made, all for you!!!)

Step 4: Step Four Part 1 of 2, Creating a Subfolder in Your Characters Folder to Store You and Your friends Created Characters, and Non-Playable Characters (NPC's)

Well the title to this step is all the proof that you need for this step, before going any further create a subfolder and name it after your characters name, so this way you can keep track of your and your friends characters...

Step 5: Step Four Part 2 of 2, The Example Characters, and Three Different Ways to Create a Character!

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This step is just going over the 3 different file types, to find out more about each one, simply move your cursor over the image notes that I have spent most of my time editing to help you out...
giup3p33 years ago
You got it backwards, it's (# of dices used) + D + (# of sides on the dice).

So it should be "1d6 (6-Sided Die), 1d8 (8-Sided Die), 3d6 (3 6-Sided Dice)"
actinoidlanthanoid (author)  giup3p33 years ago
I knew something was wrong...but my newer method is almost flawless, and easier to understand...

but I did have a feeling that I did something wrong, thank you :D
You are welcome
NatNoBrains3 years ago
Cool, but I will not be doing this :(
actinoidlanthanoid (author)  NatNoBrains3 years ago
I hardly even did any of this stuff myself to be honest, my newer method is easier, but I still don't use my newer method either...
atledbet113 years ago
im sorry but i dont understand this at all
Maybe becuase you're eight?
actinoidlanthanoid (author)  atledbet113 years ago
Well sorry about that, but there are links to download the folder, and its contents at the end of this instructable, but this is just a basic tutorial, if you want to know more about how to make your very own Role-Playing game, it is just as easy to google search Dungeons and Dragons, they have printable character sheets, and they have very good statistics if you ever needed to know more about the stats on RPG's. and then you can go to http://donjon.bin.sh and from there you can generate your very own dungeon

(HINT: My desktop background is a custom dungeon that I made with the generator)

The folders Worlds, Characters, Copy & Paste, Dungeon, Inventory, and RPDRS are not empty, the rest are empty...barren of files.

But this again is just a basic how to on storing your files, along with your creativity...