So, if you are fed up with Government propaganda infecting your light entertainment, you can use AdBlock "Hide something on this page" the hide the Statetheism:
Dang, I was going to convert my Caline Sand Storm (a "Crunch Box Clone" according to the Internets) into an MI Eliminator pedal. But the 2 clipping diodes are attached a capacitor at one end (D4/D2 => C3 in the photo), rather than 2 resistors in the schematic. So it can't be the same circuit. And it uses a JRC4588 instead of an LM833, although that's a reasonable substitution. There is very little on the other side of the PCB,
On Amazon it says "
But a Crunch Box it is not. I didn't like the sound anyway.
A spreadsheet to convert WHQ characters into DBD characters.
If you print out snivmaster's Warhammer Quest expansion using https://boardgamegeek.com/filepage/220352/md2whq Massive Darkness/Warhammer Quest cards, you can adapt them to Deck Box Dungeons. Some flexibility is required. You could just use the store cards, for example. The card size doesn't need to match DBD.
The Massive Darkness/Warhammer Quest treasure cards can be used to set up an extra merchant, 1 DBD treasure = 50 gold (you don't get change). You deal 3 cards at a time, in addition to the 3 DBD cards, Heroes may shop at both stores, so it is easier to get a health potion when you need it.
There are End of Quest Bandages, Provisions, Waybread, stonebread, Firebomb, Temple, each hero gets a random 1 or 2 tokens between quests to support a "Campaign".
The Massive Darkness/Warhammer Quest enemy cards can be used, there are separate cards with enemy special abilities such as "Ambush". They use a different system of attributes which need to be translated into DBD stats. You can play existing quests by using a band of new enemies you consider equivalent to the old enemies.
You can use the DBD system (see "Health" below), or get some extra dice off Aliexpress 30PCS 12mm D6 Acrylic Resin Dice.
I bought 25 coloured D6, allowing 1-6 hitpoints for each enemy. This gives me an enemy type for each color, I place one die on the enemy card as a reference, the other 4 can go into the dungeon as enemies. Since you have 25 enemies, you can use a party of four heroes, using D10s for treasure/health/energy.
The first person to explore a room rolls a D6, a 1 or a 2 indicates a Trap, if a Dexterity test fails, draw a trap card which takes effect.
|My Homemade version|
Concept by Ninjadorg (table concept), Usagi3 (translation, rules, additions in the tables). I don't know these people, I will replace the rules if anyone objects. Translated from French by moi.
Specific Game Rules
My optional rule:
A Blip Group is whatever new Aliens get activated this turn.
The alien miniatures are either moving to contact, shooting, engaging in Hand-to-Hand combat, or "Lurking" around a corner.
At any time, if no member of a Blip Group can see an enemy, but one Blip group member is about to move into a square that can be seen by a Marine, the Alien player rolls a red die. If the result is zero, the Alien stops moving, and the other member of the Blip group will move as close as possible to the enemy without being seen. They are all "Lurking" until an enemy spots one of them. Then they are in normal attack mode.
At the start of each turn roll a red die for each Blip group. A '3' converts them to normal attack mode for the rest of the game.
If it is possible that a Blip Group may be attacked by a Missile Launcher or Plasma Gun, Lurking Aliens should stay one square apart.
Lurking allows the Blip Group to concentrate for the attack, but the Marine player approaching the corner knows they may charge at any moment.
And here is simple version of the program based on Ninjadorg original tables, the version above is probably better.
Program Notes: On Easy Mode there is a maximum of 1 Dreadnought, with more empty rooms and corridors. On Hard fewer empty rooms and corridors.
Summary: In this blog post, we will explore how to use ChatGPT to create a simple programming language called "Pseud" and write some basic programs. Pseud is designed to be a user-friendly language with a syntax that resembles natural language. By following the steps below and experimenting with various examples, you can learn the fundamentals of coding at your own pace..
1. Create you own simple coding language by typing this into ChatGPT:
Create a new programming language called 'Pseud' that serves as a generic pseudocode language for expressing algorithms and program logic. Pseud should have a syntax that is easy to understand and resembles natural language. It should prioritize readability and clarity over strict adherence to specific programming paradigms.
The basic structure of Pseud programs should consist of sequential steps, conditional statements, and loops. Pseud should support variables and allow the programmer to declare and assign values to them. Additionally, it should provide basic data types such as integers, floating-point numbers, strings, and boolean values.
Pseud should include a set of common operators, such as arithmetic operators (+, -, *, /), comparison operators (==, !=, <, >), and logical operators (AND, OR, NOT). It should also allow the programmer to define functions and reuse code through function calls.
To write code in Pseud using ChatGPT, simply provide a clear description of the desired functionality or algorithm, and ChatGPT will generate the corresponding Pseud code. Make sure to specify the necessary steps, conditions, loops, and variable assignments for the code to accomplish the given task.
For example, if you need to generate code to find the factorial of a number using Pseud, you can ask ChatGPT: 'Write Pseud code to calculate the factorial of a given number.' ChatGPT will then provide you with Pseud code that performs the factorial calculation.
Feel free to ask for code in Pseud using specific programming challenges or functionalities, and ChatGPT will assist you by generating the corresponding Pseud code to accomplish the task.
2. Ask ChatGPT to write a simple program, such as "write Pseud code to add the numbers from 1 to 10 together"
3. View the result, and learn.
By following this self-paced learning approach, you can experiment with different Pseud programs. Feel free to ask ChatGPT for help with more programming challenges or specific functionalities, and it will assist you by generating the corresponding Pseud code to accomplish your desired tasks. Enjoy learning to code with Pseud and ChatGPT!