Introduction

    First of all, let me start out by saying that this game is in no way endorsed by the World Wrestling Federation, Jakks Pacific, or any other company. This is a game that Fat Sacs INC. came up with as an excuse to play with our wrestling figures.

    The only thing you need to play this game is some wrestling action figures (preferably to scale with each other) and some six-sided dice (d6). Also it makes for a more realistic wrestling experence if you have a toy wrestling ring and some “hard-core” accessories. This is a very simple game (unlike real professional wrestlers all the players in this game are on an equal playing field). This means basically that Taka Michinoku has the same chance of winning a match as The Rock. Like all role-playing games, it is best to play this game in a group of about 4-6 people.

    The premise of this game is that each player represents a WWF manager with his/her own stable of wrestlers (starting the game with 3 wrestlers each – find a creative way to decide who gets the wrestler if two or more people want the same one). As an option you may choose an action figure to represent yourself as a manager. As the game moves on managers will score points in order to buy new talent into his/her stable of wrestlers. This is a really easy game to learn and teach to others.

    The first thing you need to do before you start playing is elect a game master (commisioner). The commissioner of the game will create matches make up PPV cards, and settle arguments between players, among other stuff that will come up during the rules. The commissioner is a very important job. He/she will be the one to keep track of all the matches and record books. It is a good idea to elect someone who is reliable and trustworthy. In case you are wondering, yes, the commissioner can also have a stable of wrestlers. So with the introduction finished, lets find out what you need to GET STARTED and play the WWF RPG. (Note: These rules are written based on the assumption that the reader is familiar with the actual rules of WWF competition.)

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