OK II has an added bonus, a carefully created user friendly interface that caters for immediate play. Special needs
are catered for in this game. Those with social anxiety, autism
or other challenges such as visual impairment (blind)
may find it a great way to relieve some stress as there is not pressure to keep up with everyone else.
OK II has within it: automated dice, full character sheet, stats, skills development, a city to explore, relationships to build, battles to fight, mysteries to solve, and so forth. Your own imagination is your limit! Please see our Videos below or
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Hero System is the offshoot of Champions, and is Hero Game's attempt at a generic system that you can use to do anything. It works, because if you can imagine it, Hero System can probably replicate it. Mechanically, it IS Champions. As later editions came out, Champions merely became a supplement Hero System, rather than its own thing.
Like Champions, character creation is very number crunchy. Making a character can take a while, but once you're done, play is quick and easy. All needed calculations are performed in advance, so the character is ready to go when you're done. My only real complaint with the system up to fourth edition is that every aspect of your character is numerically defined, meaning you know EXACTLY what your character can do, and exactly what they can't. That may have been fixed in future editions. I stopped following it after fourth.
Just as Champions, once characters are made, they'd work fine as Play By Post characters.