Hit Location


The first step in applying damage is to figure out where to apply it. Most combat attacks are just barely aimed; you're looking for an opening, your opponent slips up, and you take it. This means that unless you attempt to aim your shot at a specific location (and take the -4 penalty for this), you will have to determine where you hit on a random basis.

The Location section of your Hardcopy Form is designed for this; it lists all body areas with a value from 1 to 10 written underneath. When your character is hit, roll 1D10 and compare the chart number to the roll to determine where he has been hit.

Use some common sense with this rule; for example, if a character is standing behind a low wall, a roll of 7-8 (R.Leg) is pretty silly. Ignore it and re-roll.

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