3D6A:STR

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STRENGTH (STR)

Base Value: 10


Cost: see table

STR CP Cost STR/5 Skill Roll Lift (kg) Damage Throw Lifting Example
0 -10 0 12+ 0 - 0m -
1 -9 0 12+ 8 - 2m Most HTH Combat weapons, most guns, shot put
2 -8 0 12+ 16 - 3m Tavern bench
3 -7 0 12+ 25 ½d6 4m Full suitcase, TV set, bicycle
4 -6 0 12+ 38 ½d6 6m Small refrigerator, plate armor
5 -5 1 11+ 50 1d6 8m Adolescent human, recliner
8 -2 1 11+ 75 1½d6 12m Brass bed, washing machine
10 0 2 11+ 100 2d6 16m Adult human
13 3 2 10+ 150 2½d6 20m Refrigerator
15 6 3 9+ 200 3d6 24m Two men, piano, motorcycle, boar
18 12 3 9+ 300 3½d6 28m Medium floor safe
20 17 4 8+ 400 4d6 32m Chariot, grizzly bear
23 26 4 8+ 600 4½d6 36m Sailboat, cow, horse
25 33 5 7+ 800 5d6 40m High-speed racing car, horse and rider
28 45 5 7+ 1,200 5½d6 40m Compact economy car, medium missile
30 54 6 6+ 1,600 6d6 48m Typical sedan or coupe, large missile
  • Generic CP cost for Strength is (STR -1 Cost) + (STR/5-1). Buy back is 1 per STR.


Represents the character’s physical power: how much damage he does in HTH Combat; how much weight he can lift, carry, and throw; how hard it is for another character to break free of his grasp, and how easily he breaks free from another character’s grasp; and so forth. The Strength Table shows specifics; as you can see, each 5 points of STR increases base HTH damage by 1d6 and doubles lifting capacity.