I have never played a tabletop in my life. I avoided them initially because at the time, they seemed so complicated and frankly, somewhat intimidating. No, I wasn't brainwashed by some Fundamentalists into believing that tabletops are the work of Satan or anything like that. In fact, I didn't even know what a tabletop was until I was 16-17, and wasn't really interested in them until this year. Tabletops started to peak my curiosity when I started reading a review of a particularly bad Tabletop called FATAL.
This review really helped me to understand what a tabletop really is, particularly what to expect from a typical tabletop, because FATAL was everything I feared that a Tabletop was (minus the rape). But this review was calling FATAL a bad tabletop because of it's over complexity and unnecessary rules. It taught me that Tabletops don't have to be reams and reams of rules and dice rolls. Because I was no longer intimidated by tabletops, I decided to indulge my curiosity and look at some good RPGs to compare, so a found a few free ones and read them. They are nowhere near as complicated as I imagined they were. They even looked kinda fun.
But the ones that I picked up didn't really interest me all that much. Nor did the lists of RPGs I looked subsequently looked through. I was really interested in playing in a tabletop, but nothing so far has really interested me enough to bother. I thought to myself, "You know what I'd really like to play? An FFT Tabletop." It hit me, an FFT Tabletop? I had a nerd orgasm just thinking about it. The possibilities for adventure were endless. I had to do this. I was going to make an FFT Tabletop. And over a month later, here are the fruits of my labor.
Now so far, the only thing I really have so far is a list of jobs/abilities for generics and even then, its far from complete. In fact, I have yet to do the Bard/Dancer, Calculator, Dark Knight, and the Mime, as well as the entirety of the Monster classes. I would just like you guys to look it all over and GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK. Tell me what you like and don't like. Do you think something OP, UP,too overly complex, just plaing unnecessary, or just dumb?
Because I am not restricted by programming or anything, I can do just about anything I want and I tried to exploit that as much as possible while trying to keep things as simple as possible. Because I changed so many classes, I encourage you to look over every class. I placed comments everywhere to help explain the changes I made.
You'll find the document attached. Not any more. Outdated. Thanks.
UPDATE: On the advice of Eternal, I decided to create two topics for the Tabletop. This is now a discussion topic. Please keep the discussion in this topic. Thanks.