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I Robottoni Giapponesi fanno sicuramente parte della cultura Italiana, almeno di quei trenta-quantenni che da bambini sognavano di pilotarne uno, urlando “PUGNO A RAZZO!”.

Gattai! è un gioco di ruolo ispirato ai cartoni giapponesi di Super Robot Componibili degli anni ‘70 e ‘80, come Getter Robot, Voltron, Vultus V, Ginguiser o Zambot 3.

Gli eroi alla fine vincono (quasi) sempre, grazie alla scienza, alla disciplina, al sacrificio ed all’unione, sia materiale che spirituale, dei Piloti col proprio Super Robot. Questo non vuol dire che per gli eroi la vita sia semplice e priva di dolori.


Il sistema di gioco di GATTAI! usa dei pool di dadi a 6 facce (d6) per decidere se le azioni dei Piloti avranno successo o meno.

A seconda della Fase di gioco, il giocatore potrà formare un pool di dadi diverso (Pilota, Componente o Super Robot) aggiungendo un dado per ogni capacità ancora disponibile che il giocatore riesce a mettere in gioco.
I dettagli su quali siano queste caratteristiche le trovate nelle pagine relative ai Piloti.
Durante il proprio turno ogni giocatore descrive quello intende fare e sceglie il proprio avversario (questo vale sia per i Piloti che per il Game Master).
Entrambi i giocatori formano il proprio pool di dadi in base a come è stata descritta l’azione: più dadi vengono messi in gioco, più alto sarà il risultato finale del tiro.

Una volta composti i pool, si tirano tutti i dadi, sommandoli tutti insieme. Chi tra le due parti in causa ha ottenuto il punteggio più alto, vince lo scontro, mentre chi perde lo scontro dovrà sacrificare una delle sue caratteristiche, che non potrà più usare per il resto dell’Episodio.

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Mirko R August 28, 2019 9:55 am UTC
Impersonating the robots of the cartoon 70s / 80s is now possible and it's amazing!
Thanks Gattai team... I scream "GAMMA RAYS" very loud!!!!!!!!
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Geoff W December 27, 2018 11:29 pm UTC
Google translate says:

The Japanese Robottoni are certainly part of Italian culture, at least those thirty-five years that children dreamed of driving one, shouting "FINE A RAZZO!".

Gattai! is a role-playing game inspired by the Japanese cartoons of Super Robot Componibili of the '70s and' 80s, like Getter Robot, Voltron, Vultus V, Ginguiser or Zambot 3.

The heroes ultimately win (almost) always, thanks to the science, discipline, sacrifice and union, both material and spiritual, of the Pilots with their Super Robot. This does not mean that for the heroes life is simple and pain free.


The GATTAI gaming system! use 6-sided dice pools (d6) to decide whether the Pilots' actions will succeed or not.

Depending on the Game Phase, the player may form a different dice pool (Pilot, Component or Super Robot) by adding a die for each still available capacity that the player manages to put into play.
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Drake V December 28, 2018 5:03 pm UTC
I'm honestly skeptical of G-translate having such accuracy and grammatical verisimilitude, so that means you've taken effort to provide a readable translation - thank you for that, sir!

Although it certainly represents a missed opportunity to learn Italian through one of my favorite hobbies, trpgs. :D

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Geoff W January 03, 2019 2:44 pm UTC
I plan on picking this (and Mobile Suit Poets) up and using them not only to play awesome mech battles, but also to help myself learn some Italian, alongside other online resources (Duolingo, for one).
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