SFRPG Emergent Cities

Eric M. Souza has created Emergent Cities, a way of randomly generating a settlement for use in Street Fighter games. The supplement is built upon the work of Jhan Aragão’s Meet the Strongest supplement. In addition to a random system, the Emergent Cities supplement has tiles that can be used in games, whether printed or virtual. Thanks to Eric for a great resource for any game, check it out: Emergent Cities.

For more translations check out this Street Fighter folder, which includes all the Warrior’s Fist (PdG) issues, Virtual Combat Cards, the epic Circuit Guide, Circuit Guide – Basic, both Solo systems (Meet the Strongest & Dominus), Spartacus, Tekken, Darkstalkers, and the Mortal Kombat files. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

Killer Instinct for Street Fighter RPG

Here is a translation of the Brazilian Killer Instinct fan project for Street Fighter RPG; thank you to Eric M. Souza and Gustavo Maru for their work. When Killer Instinct was released in the 90s, I barely played it; we were generally still too busy playing Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat. It did occasionally pop up in conversation, but for the people I played with, after a few years faded into history. So translating this supplement and reading the Killer Instinct wiki was interesting. Whilst the setting includes supernatural, it is closer to the cyberpunk genre than Mortal Kombat or Darkstalkers. I am sure a Street Fighter group could take ideas from Killer Instinct, besides the characters, the idea of Ultratech machinations undermining Shadaloo or rivalling Tekken’s Mishima Corporation should make for a more intrigue focused game.

Killer Instinct SFRPG Here is a link to the folder of Street Fighter translations, which includes all the Warrior’s Fist (PdG) issues, Virtual Combat Cards, the epic Circuit Guide, Circuit Guide – Basic, both Solo systems (Meet the Strongest & Dominus), Spartacus, Tekken, Darkstalkers, and the Mortal Kombat files. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

Warrior’s Fist 29 Street Fighter Translation

Here is latest the translation for the Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG) Brazilian fanzine: Punho do Guerreiro (Warrior’s Fist). Thank you to list of contributors and the editor Eric, plus, as always, an extra thank you to Eric for helping with the translation.

This issue gives advice on planning experience points and the number of fights for a character over a chronicle. The return of the School of Combos, this article examines the topic of unstoppable combos, how this can be achieved in SFRPG. By Fight! explores the big Brazilian city of Brasília as well as an arena for the Fight Hard Café.

The Maneuver of the Month: Stuntsman revives the antics of Jackie Chan and gives new meaning to the Stunt Card that Street Fighter inaugurated. Lastly an exploration of the idea giving SFRPG more of a feel of the 3D Fighting Games like Tekken and Virtua Fighter. Examining the idea of a Dodge Abort Maneuver.

Issue 29. Here is a link to the folder of Street Fighter translations, which includes all the Warrior’s Fist (PdG) issues, Virtual Combat Cards, the epic Circuit Guide, Circuit Guide – Basic, both Solo systems (Meet the Strongest & Dominus), Spartacus, Tekken, Darkstalkers, and the Mortal Kombat files. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

The Punho do Guerreiro (Warrior’s Fist) PDF Article List has been updated, as has the online spreadsheet. This PDF and my other SFRPG creations can be downloaded from this folder.

Darkstalkers for Street Fighter RPG

Here is a translation of the Brazilian Darkstalkers fan project for Street Fighter RPG. Adding supernatural creatures to the SF setting is a common thing for fans to do, since Street Fighter’s genre is effectively: Supers + Martial Artists, and many (most?) Supers settings have characters from every genre, but also:

In 1997, White Wolf licensed the World of Darkness name and logo to Capcom for use on the third arcade game in the Darkstalkers series. That game, which was originally titled Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire for its Japanese release, was localized for arcades in North America as “Vampire Savior: World of Darkness”.

https://whitewolf.fandom.com/wiki/Capcom

As with any game/setting fusions, there are implications to consider, as well as unforeseen problems to at least expect to happen. The world of Darkstalkers is quite different to Street Fighter, so a SFRPG set there will involve major changes. An alternative that I am pondering is the world is initially the standard one in SF, and then Pyron and the Darkstalkers start to arrive. For those that have read/played Palladium’s Nightbane, setting the game at the start as the Dark Day event occurs.

Other World of Darkness adaptions can be found in Warrior’s Fist, Werewolf: the Apocalypse 3, Vampire: the Masquerade 5, Changeling: the Dreaming 6, Mage: the Ascension 8. Plus Street Fighters In The World Of Darkness S7.

Darkstalkers SFRPG. Here is a link to the folder of Street Fighter translations, which includes all the Warrior’s Fist (PdG) issues, Virtual Combat Cards, the epic Circuit Guide, Circuit Guide – Basic, both Solo systems (Meet the Strongest & Dominus), Spartacus, Tekken, Darkstalkers, and the Mortal Kombat files. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

Dominus Solo rules for Street Fighter RPG

Here is a translation of Giovane do Monte’s Dominus Fighter supplement, which provides a solo system for Street Fighter; layout was by Eric “Musashi” Souza. I have previously translated Jhan Aragão’s Meet the Strongest SFRPG solo rules. Issue 18 of Warrior’s Fist also presented ideas for Solo Street Fighter.

Dominus Fighter uses a minimalist approach, as well as different ways to process the rules. For those players that prefer less rules this version should hit the spot, whilst I am sure others players would benefit from still taking a look, maybe inspiring ideas to fuse this with Meet the Strongest. Whether sticking with the default SFRPG setting, focusing on a Mortal Kombat Outworld invasion, or a traditional underdog sport story plot like Best of the Best, have fun and when in doubt maybe add ninjas. Check out: Dominus Fighter.

Here is a link to the folder of Street Fighter translations, which includes all the Warrior’s Fist (PdG) issues, the epic Circuit Guide, Circuit Guide – Basic, Solo, Spartacus, and the Mortal Kombat files. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

Warrior’s Fist 28 Street Fighter Translation

Here is latest the translation for the Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG) Brazilian fanzine: Punho do Guerreiro (Warrior’s Fist). Thank you to list of contributors and the editor Eric, plus, as always, an extra thank you to Eric for helping with the translation.

This issue explores the topic of doping and the Street Fighter circuit. 20 Frequently Asked Questions are answered. A new style, that of someone with no style, a Street Fighter. Hobbies for SFRPG, a way to add more depth to characters and story, as well as to help focus ideas. An adaption of iZombie. The Maneuver of the Month is Provoke. This issue’s Circuit Legend is Maurice Jackson, a character from the core rulebook fiction. An option for recreating a character’s maneuvers and combos. Finally the Arena is New York sewers.

Issue 28. Here is a link to the folder of Street Fighter translations, which includes all the issues of Warrior’s Fist (PdG), the epic Circuit Guide, Glory Times, Solo Rules, Spartacus, and the Mortal Kombat core and Shinnok. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

The Punho do Guerreiro (Warrior’s Fist) PDF Article List has been updated, as has the online spreadsheet. This PDF and my other SFRPG creations can be downloaded from this folder.

Warrior’s Fist 27 Street Fighter Translation

Here is latest the translation for the Street Fighter RPG (SFRPG) Brazilian fanzine: Punho do Guerreiro (Warrior’s Fist). Thank you to list of contributors and editor, plus, as always, an extra thank you to Eric for helping with the translation.

This issue expands upon Issue 3’s idea of Experienced Characters; this version includes another way to handle Standing. An article about using the world of Strider with SFRPG, ideas of how to present this, Hiryu’s stats, as well as some Items of Power.

This issue’s “By Fight!” is a look at the epic city of São Paulo. Lots of locations and some character names are included; plus an Arena using a Basketball Court. The Maneuver of the Month is Fake Death, an interesting idea. This issue’s Circuit Legend is Miguel Garza, from the TV show El Dragón: Return of a Warrior. Lastly, an article about Creating New Styles From Scratch.

Issue 27. Here is a link to the folder of Street Fighter translations, which includes all the issues of Warrior’s Fist (PdG), the epic Circuit Guide, Glory Times, Solo Rules, Spartacus, and the Mortal Kombat core and Shinnok. The whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂

The Punho do Guerreiro (Warrior’s Fist) PDF Article List has been updated, as has the online spreadsheet. This PDF and my other SFRPG creations can be downloaded from this folder.

Punho do Guerreiro (Warrior’s Fist) PDF Article List

SFRPG Circuit Guide Basic

Building upon the success of the Circuit Guide, Eric “Musashi” Souza and Gabriel Tabatcheik were joined by Ingo Muller to create a new supplement: Circuit Guide – Basic. This book focuses on only using character designs (Maneuvers, Styles, Backgrounds, and Abilities) from the core rulebook and the Secrets of Shadoloo supplement. The profession system by Odmir Fortes also returns to assist with character design. Extra thank to Eric and Ingo for their help in translating.

The supplement has many NPC templates that can be used straight out of the book, covering the different Divisions: Tradition, Freestyle, and Duellists. Another section has random tables to assist with character creation, be they PC or NPC, covering names, nicknames, characters quirks, and sayings.

In addition the book has a section tackling a question that might be common in many games: how many Street Fighters are there? A classic question in the other Storyteller World of Darkness games, regarding the number of different supernatural entities in an area, never mind the whole world. I’m sure this information will be helpful to most groups, plus it includes ideas about varying the answers. Last but not least, new Antagonist templates are included such as biker gang members, guerrillas, robots, mentalist, arcanist, tribal chief, shaman, plus small and large beasts.

Circuit Guide Basic

A link to the folder for SFRPG translations, such as Warrior’s Fist; the whole folder can be downloaded as a Zip file 🙂 The other Circuit Guide.

Some of my Street Fighter creations can be downloaded from this folder. 🙂

Virtual Tabletop SFRPG Combat Cards

With the growing popularity of Virtual Tabletop software, Eric M. Souza has made some SFRPG Combat Cards. When you remember how many Special Maneuvers there are, you realise how much work Eric has done! This also meant I had a lot to translate and reformat. 😉

SFRPG Combat Cards

I’ve not used Roll20, so I don’t have a guide or tips yet. I run my games via Discord, plus Google Drive for sharing files (game handouts, pictures, links, and diary). I hope to experiment in the next few weeks. I’ll also check with the Brazilian community to see if they have a guide.

OLD Virtual Tabletop SFRPG Combat Cards

With the growing popularity of Virtual Tabletop software, Eric M. Souza has made some SFRPG Combat Cards. When you remember how many Special Maneuvers there are, you realise how much work Eric has done. Thus, translating this many things has the increased risk of errors slipping through, so please let me know if I’ve missed anything. To see the original Brazilian version: http://sfrpg.com.br/shotokan/materiais.htm

Updated SFRPG Combat Cards

I’ve not yet separated the cards in the PDFs in to their own images. In a few weeks I’ll recheck everything again and then finalize things. In the meantime if you take a look and find a problem, please let me know; here or via https://www.facebook.com/groups/sfstg Updated: the cards have been completed.