FAQ


1 - Fyxt RPG General Questions

What is the core RPG mechanic?

The Fyxt RPG is a d20 system. Players will use a twenty sided die (d20) to determine success in things such as attacking and skill checks.

In the Fyxt RPG higher numbers (stats) are better than lower ones. Fyxt RPG character stats will added to modify the d20 roll. Success or failure are determined by a specific number which is set by either the stats of a challenger or by the Game Master(GM).

Rolling the target number or higher equals success. Rolling below the target number is a failure.

What is a non player character, also known as a NPC?

A non player character is any character that is controlled by the Game Master. These range from the characters that the party may interact with to the monsters that they fight.

What is the Fyxt Role Play Game System?

The Fyxt Role Play Game System, or Fyxt RPG, is a role play gaming system designed to be adaptable to any genre, gaming style, gaming system, and more. It is meant to be the one and only core mechanic system you and your RPG group use to play any game you would like.

See our detailed description here: What is the Fyxt RPG?

If you have more questions that the FAQ doesn’t answer, feel free to stop by our forums and ask any questions you like there.

What is a role playing game, also known as an RPG?

A role-playing game (RPG and sometimes roleplaying game) is a game in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting. Players take responsibility for acting out these roles within a narrative, either through literal acting, or through a process of structured decision-making or character development. Actions taken within many games succeed or fail according to a formal system of rules and guidelines such as the Fyxt Role Play Game System.

What is a player character, also known as a PC?

A player character is the character that you will be controlling in the Fyxt Role Play Game System. It is the avatar that you will control during all parts of the game.

What is a Game Master, also known as a GM?

The Game Master, also known as the GM, is the player in the Fyxt RPG that will be controlling the game and moderating the action for the other players. The GM is tells the story and controls the non player characters during a Fyxt RPG game.

Look into the Game Master section for further details about what role a GM plays in the Fyxt RPG system.

What do you need to play the Fyxt RPG?

First and foremost you are going to need FyxtRPG.com. This website is your portal into all of the rules, mechanics, ideas, and fun for the Fyxt RPG.

Next, you will need a few friends to play the Fyxt RPG with you.

Some pencils and paper to write down all of the important things about your character. You can use some of the more advanced and helpful Fyxt RPG Tools on this FyxtRPG.com.

You may also want to have a set of dice to play Fyxt. Dice add a bit of randomness and the excitement of chance to the Fyxt RPG. If you don’t have a set of dice yet you can use the Fyxt RPG Random Die Roller, created specifically for the Fyxt Role Play Game System.

That’s all you need to play the Fyxt RPG system!

How many friends do I need to play the Fyxt RPG?

At the bare minimum you will need two people. One to be the Game Master, or GM. The other to be a player character, or PC.

For the best experience playing Fyxt we recommend 6 total players. One person acting as the GM and 5 other friends who are player characters. This way when there are decisions to be made there is an odd number of players, so votes are simple. Also, this is just about the right amount of people to help and aid each other without the confusion of too many players trying to do to much.

The Fyxt Role Play Game System is specifically designed to force inter player dependence. No single player character should be able to tackle all obstacles. Only through teamwork will a Fyxt group dominate all situations. Only through teamwork will a Fyxt group achieve the optimal role play experience that all gamers hope to achieve.

It can be fun, once in awhile, to have large Fyxt gaming sessions of 10 to twelve people. Though we caution against regular gaming groups of this size as it is often far too confusing and takes too long to do much of anything. If you have a group of this size that wants to play Fyxt, we suggest splitting it into two separate groups.