Additional Rules for Unbroken

By: Dennis B. B. Taylor

Unbroken But Improved

Hey there! Have you ever wondered how to make the text on your website more engaging and unique? Well, I’m here to help you do just that! Let’s dive in and discover the secrets to creating captivating content.

A Fresh Perspective

When I think about crafting great content, I like to approach it with a sense of curiosity. By putting myself in the reader’s shoes, I can better understand what they’re looking for and tailor my writing to their needs.

The Power of Words

Words have an incredible ability to captivate an audience and leave a lasting impression. As you write, imagine yourself having a conversation with your readers. Use words that are simple and easy to understand, like when you chat with a friend. This will create a friendly and approachable tone.

Also, consider the rhythm and flow of your sentences. Varying the length and structure of your sentences will keep your readers engaged and prevent the text from becoming monotonous. It’s like adding different flavors to a meal – it keeps things interesting!

Your Unique Voice

Remember, you have a unique voice and perspective to offer. Embrace it! Don’t be afraid to inject your personality and enthusiasm into your writing. When you write with passion, it shines through and resonates with your readers.

Another way to make your content stand out is by using contractions. Contractions are when you combine two words together, like “can’t” or “won’t.” They make your writing feel more conversational and natural, like chatting with a friend.

The Magic of Markup

Now, let’s talk about the magical world of HTML markup. It might seem intimidating at first, but it’s actually quite simple once you get the hang of it!

HTML markup is like the skeleton that holds your content together. It gives structure to your text and tells the browser how to display it. By using proper markup, you can enhance the readability and accessibility of your content.

The Final Touch

As you can see, creating engaging and unique content is all about understanding your readers, using the power of words, embracing your unique voice, and mastering the art of HTML markup. With these tools in your arsenal, you’ll be able to create content that stands out from the crowd.

So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to unleash your creativity and make your website shine!

If you’re looking for ways to take down monsters in the game, you’ll find helpful information on each weapon sheet. These sheets provide different ways to use effort to break armor or inflict wounds on the monsters. But keep in mind, each weapon is better at dealing with certain monsters, so choose wisely.

There are two types of weapons: basic weapons and advanced weapons. The type of weapon you have equipped will trigger certain in-game effects. Pay attention to these effects as they can be useful in your battles.

If you want to make your weapon more powerful, you have the option to upgrade it. Upgrading a weapon is a general action that you can take. On most weapon sheets, you’ll find two potential upgrade options. Each upgrade requires certain resources and time. When you upgrade a weapon, you simply lay the new weapon sheet on top of the old one. It’s important to note that you can upgrade a weapon even during combat, but keep in mind that the time cost will count against the next level (or you can pay in SE if you’re at level IV).

There are certain things in the game that can make your weapon weaker, either for a little while or forever. If the effect is temporary, just set the weapon aside for the specified time. But if it’s permanent, you need to put the weapon back in the weapon deck. Don’t worry though, your Bare Hands weapon is always safe and won’t be lost.

You can also choose to weaken your weapon on purpose as a general action. It won’t cost you anything, but it will take up your whole turn if you do it during a fight.


Every character has special abilities listed on their character sheet. Each level, you can use your character’s abilities a certain number of times, based on their level. You keep track of this by removing a token from your character sheet each time you use an ability.

When you use one of your character’s abilities, it counts as using an ability for that level.

Some abilities can be used during the “travel action” or “combat action” phase. Abilities labeled as “general actions” can be used during both the Combat and Travel phases. If an ability doesn’t specify an action type, the text will explain when you can use it.


When you’re in combat, certain monsters can inflict negative effects on you that last for a long time. These negative effects are called conditions, and they come in two different types.

If a monster’s attack causes you to gain a condition that lasts until the end of the level, you’ll need to find the corresponding condition card in the condition deck and place it next to the monster’s sheet. Once you reach the end of the level, all the conditions that were active before are discarded. To show that the new conditions are in effect, you move them from the monster’s sheet to your own character sheet. These conditions will then affect your character for the entire next level.

When a monster effect makes you gain a condition right away, you need to find the corresponding condition card in the condition deck and put it next to your character sheet. The condition will be active for the current combat, but it will be discarded at the end. Sometimes, you may gain a condition immediately, but it will only be active for a certain number of combat rounds.

If a monster’s combat roll would cause you to gain a condition that you have already gained for the next level, you get to roll again. If one of your skills allows you to ignore a specific type of monster effect, then nothing happens when that combat action is rolled. Consider yourself lucky!

Choose Your Difficulty

Easy Peasy

If you’re finding the normal difficulty level a bit too tough or if you’re just starting out and want a gentler introduction, then the Easy Peasy setting is perfect for you. When you play on Easy Peasy, you’ll need to roll a six-sided die once at the beginning to determine an extra starting resource. You might get some extra metal, wood, food, cunning, medium effort, or even a treasure!

But that’s not all! You’ll also kick off the game with a skill card. Just draw two cards, choose your favorite, and put the other one aside for later.


If you’re up for a challenge but don’t want to go overboard, then the Normal difficulty level is the way to go. It’s the standard setting that provides a good balance of fun and difficulty.

Hardcore Mode

Are you a seasoned adventurer looking for the ultimate test? Then buckle up, because Hardcore Mode is made for you! In this intense mode, you’ll start the game with only 10 points of small effort instead of the usual 13. And to top it off, the monsters get the first strike in combat. It’s tough, but if you’re up for the challenge, it’ll push you to your limits!

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