Warrior’s Fist 13 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG).

This issue gives examples for Maneuvers with Weapons, plus this issues Special Maneuver is the legendary One Inch Punch! Rules for using SFRPG to represent Professional Boxing bouts. An important look at the power of money, why Resources 5 is impressive, but not the answer to all the other backgrounds. Kabuki Town, stats for Kyle Travers, plus a SFRPG version of the renowned Rickson Gracie! A look at the Street Fighter II V series, how that could be used for SFRPG. Random Encounters, a useful set of tables for those times when you have a gap in your game’s narrative flow; ideal for those gaming sessions that are less focused on plot and more on the fighting circuit, but you still want a few plot events to happen.

Issue 13

A link to the folder for Warrior’s Fist; the whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

Warrior’s Fist 12 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG).

The last few issues have had some epic stuff, this issue maintains that level. I’ll start by mentioning the Mud Arena, it may sound straightforward, but this is a lot of mud; dirty and deadly! D&D Alignments is a complex topic, which sends many role-players off on epic rants at its mere mention, why on earth would we want Alignments in SFRPG… oh, this is quite a simple and nice adaption, adds flavour, not restrictions; definitely worth a read 😉

Rules for Traditional and Olympic Karate, sweet. More interesting strategy analysis with the School of Combos part 3. New options for Cyber characters. Rope Boost, what a fabulously simple, yet clever, maneuver, very thematic when tied with this issue’s examination of Professional Wrestling and how it fits into the Street Fighter universe.

All in all, an amazing issue 😀

Issue 12

Minor fixes have been made to prior Issues; here is a link to the folder. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

Warrior’s Fist 11 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). More Merits & Flaws for SFRPG! Chain Combos. Rock Beach Arena and Circuit Legend: Nida. An useful article about the humanity of thugs, highlighting why even most thugs would be inclined to run away from a Street Fighter 😉 Plus the new Manuever Flaming Hurricane Kick; Kentastic.

Another great issue by the Punho do Guerreiro team! 😀

Issue 11

Minor fixes have been made to prior Issues; here is a link to the folder.

Warrior’s Fist 10 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). This issue tackles one of the big Storyteller system gaps for SFRPG: Merits & Flaws! An interesting look at how to make Social Attributes more important, Social Maneuvers. A look at Dodging Bullets. Using Vampire 5th kits making it quicker to choose Abilities for a particular Concept for SF. Plus the new Manuever Iron Body and Circuit Legend: Bankuu Toshiro.

Another great issue by the Punho do Guerreiro team 😀

Issue 10

Minor fixes have been made to prior Issues; here is a link to the folder.

Warrior’s Fist Special 3 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). Issue 1 is here, plus an explanation of why I am doing this.

This issue builds upon issue 9’s suggestion for different SFRPG settings/eras, exploring Brazil’s colonial period. There is the adventure Bloody Colony, plus the Colonial Fighting Circuit. This issue’s new Manuever is Mystical Aid. The Circuit Legend Zumbi of Palmares. Last but not least an examination of melee weapons and what could be done with the Berserk Attack! Thanks to the Punho do Guerreiro team for another interesting issue, full of ideas and educational; as always, an extra thanks to Eric “Musashi” Souza for his assistance with translations.

Special Issue 3

 

Warrior’s Fist 9 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). Issue 1 is here, plus an explanation of why I am doing this.

This issue looks at Advanced Combat ideas, Battle Scars, Creating More Styles, Cybernetic Animal Companions, plus the new Manuever Ice Clone (Sub Zero). An interesting Kabuki Town and Circuit Legend, that I cannot talk about 😉 well I guess that was a give away, so yes Fight Club in SFRPG. Last but not least, a look at different using the SFRPG to explore/play different Ages and World, highlighting what more can be done with this great game. Another great issue by the Punho do Guerreiro team 😀

Issue 9

Idea for a future SFRPG idea, Street Countdown. Spell and Fight!

First rule of Street Countdown. Is that you really must try and tell as many people as possible about it. It’s a rather fun game and the more people you tell about it the better.”

Warrior’s Fist 8 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). Issue 1 is here, plus an explanation of why I am doing this.

Following on from motor racing in issue 7, this issue includes more rules about driving. Fusing Mage: the Ascension with Street Fighter, this introduces a simple yet interesting way of handling True Magick. This issue adds a new Maneuver: Sense Magic. The tale of Snow and Blood. Ken Master’s Yacht in Kabuki Town. A dangerous Circuit Legend. A clarification about MMA, as well as the difference between a starting character and a fighter that is new to big fight organisations like the UFC.

As normal thanks to Punho do Guerreiro team for the original issue, plus Eric and Odmir also did some extra work for this translation 😃

Issue 8

Warrior’s Fist 7 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). Issue 1 is here, plus an explanation of why I am doing this.

Have you had fun destroying cars in the SF bonus rounds, well now the SFRPG has interesting motor racing rules; plus, this could provide the basis for other sports. A fun new Maneuver: Drunken Feet, a Shadaloo Lab, plus the greatest of the Circuit Legends! The issue ends with a reflection upon the first year of Warrior’s Fist / Punho do Guerreiro.

Issue 7

Warrior’s Fist Special 2 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). Issue 1 is here, plus an explanation of why I am doing this.

Thanks to the Punho do Guerreiro team for this fun issue; extra thanks to Eric “Musashi” Souza and Giovane do Monte for their translation assistance. This issue brings Easter to SFRPG. Circuit Prospects and Circuit Legend focusing on the Karate Kid series. This issue brings a maneuver for the famous Crane Kick! Adventure: Faerie Spittle. Finally … the … Easter Bunny! Well sort of. Actually it is quite cool, definitely check this one.

Special Issue 2

Warrior’s Fist Special 1 Street Fighter Translation

I’ve finished translating another issue of Punho do Guerreiro, a Brazilian fanzine for Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG). Issue 1 is here, plus an explanation of why I am doing this.

Thanks to the Punho do Guerreiro team for this fun issue; extra thanks to Eric “Musashi” Souza for his translation assistance. This issue brings the spirit of Christmas to the SFRPG. Character sheets and backgrounds via the new Circuit Prospects, plus Circuit Legend returns with Khan (The Quest). Wild Strike further enhances the cool and power of animal companions. Collectibles and action figures. Plus Santa Claus!

Whilst translating this I had a fun/silly idea with the idea of an adventure about Bison. in the style of Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’, although I suspect Bison would fight the Ghosts of Christmas and fight Santa Claus.

Special Issue 1

Some computer games include Christmas outfits and events. Street Fighter has had its fun with the concept.