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* VigilanteMan: One way of regaining Fucks at the end of a ride is to dispense some street justice on non-OB criminals. The other alternative is doing charity work, with the main difference being that you roll Be Bad Ass + Heart for the former, but Be Cool + Heart for the latter.

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* VigilanteMan: VigilanteExecution: One way of regaining Fucks at the end of a ride is to dispense some street justice on non-OB criminals. The other alternative is doing charity work, with the main difference being that you roll Be Bad Ass + Heart for the former, but Be Cool + Heart for the latter.


''1%er: The Outlaw Motorcycle Game'' is a 2013 indie TabletopRPG by Robert Nolan of Creepy Doll Studios, inspired by ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' and similar BikerMedia.[[note]]The title comes from the "1%" moniker adopted by outlaw bikers in response to the American Motorcycle Association [[BeamMeUpScotty allegedly]] claiming that "99% of motorcyclists are law-abiding citizens" -- see also UsefulNotes.BikerMedia.[[/note]] You play as [[BadassBiker outlaw bikers]] ("[=OBs=]") of a fictional motorcycle club (MC) and rider around the country as "nomads", doing the [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels dirty work the club needs done]] [[PlausibleDeniability without implicating its local chapters]].

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''1%er: The Outlaw Motorcycle Game'' is a 2013 indie TabletopRPG by Robert Nolan of Creepy Doll Studios, inspired by ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' and similar BikerMedia.[[note]]The title comes from the "1%" moniker adopted by outlaw bikers in response to the American Motorcycle Association [[BeamMeUpScotty allegedly]] claiming that "99% of motorcyclists are law-abiding citizens" -- see also UsefulNotes.BikerMedia.[[/note]] You play as [[BadassBiker outlaw bikers]] ("[=OBs=]") of a fictional motorcycle club (MC) and rider ride around the country as "nomads", doing the [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels dirty work the club needs done]] [[PlausibleDeniability without implicating its local chapters]].


''1%er: The Outlaw Motorcycle Game'' is a 2013 indie TabletopRPG by Robert Nolan of Creepy Doll Studios, inspired by ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' and similar BikerMedia.[[note]]The title comes from the "1%" moniker adopted by outlaw bikers in response to the American Motorcycle Association [[BeamMeUpScotty allegedly]] claiming that "99% of motorcyclists are law-abiding citizens" -- see also UsefulNotes.BikerMedia.[[/note]] You play as [[BadassBiker outlaw bikers]] ("[=OBs=]") of a fictional motorcycle club (MC) and are tasked with doing the [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels dirty work the club needs done]] across the country [[PlausibleDeniability without implicating its local chapters]].

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''1%er: The Outlaw Motorcycle Game'' is a 2013 indie TabletopRPG by Robert Nolan of Creepy Doll Studios, inspired by ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' and similar BikerMedia.[[note]]The title comes from the "1%" moniker adopted by outlaw bikers in response to the American Motorcycle Association [[BeamMeUpScotty allegedly]] claiming that "99% of motorcyclists are law-abiding citizens" -- see also UsefulNotes.BikerMedia.[[/note]] You play as [[BadassBiker outlaw bikers]] ("[=OBs=]") of a fictional motorcycle club (MC) and are tasked with rider around the country as "nomads", doing the [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels dirty work the club needs done]] across the country [[PlausibleDeniability without implicating its local chapters]].


* ClusterFBomb: One of the key mechanics is called "Fucks" and "giving a Fuck" is the game's term for buying yourself or a teammate an extra die for a roll, so expect to be swearing a lot when playing this game.
* CoolBike: Surprisingly, this is not a major focus of the game. Each OB has a bike, but the only stat describing it is the Hog rating, which refers more to how well you can ride than how good your bike is. Presumably because for real bikers, their hogs are extensions of the self rather than simple vehicles.

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* ClusterFBomb: One of the key mechanics is called "Fucks" and "giving a Fuck" is the game's term for buying yourself or a teammate an extra die for a roll, so expect to be swearing a lot when while playing this game.
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* CoolBike: Surprisingly, this is not trope isn't a major focus of the game. Each OB has a bike, but the only stat describing it is the Hog rating, which refers more to how well you can ride than how good your bike is. Presumably because for real bikers, their hogs are extensions of the self rather than simple vehicles.



* HumanTraffickers: Interrogating the Coyote gang will reveal that they are smuggling children to or from the US. Freeing the kids they have locked up and finishing off their captors is an opportunity to regain some Fucks via Street Justice.

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* HumanTraffickers: Interrogating the Coyote gang will reveal that they are smuggling children to or from the US. Freeing the kids they have locked up and finishing off their captors is an opportunity to [[EvenEvilHasStandards regain some Fucks via Street Justice.Justice]].


* CoolBike: Surprisingly, this is not a major focus of the game. Each OB has a bike, but the only stat describing it is the Hog rating, which refers more to how well you can ride than how good your bike is. [[FridgeBrilliance Presumably because for real bikers, their hogs are extensions of the self rather than simple vehicles.]]

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* CoolBike: Surprisingly, this is not a major focus of the game. Each OB has a bike, but the only stat describing it is the Hog rating, which refers more to how well you can ride than how good your bike is. [[FridgeBrilliance Presumably because for real bikers, their hogs are extensions of the self rather than simple vehicles.]]


The [[https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/118932/1er--The-Outlaw-Motorcycle-Game rule book]] includes a short adventure, "Tunnels of Tijuana" (as well as some additional adventure seeds) and a glossary of common biker terms.

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The [[https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/118932/1er--The-Outlaw-Motorcycle-Game rule book]] includes a short adventure, "Tunnels of Tijuana" (as well as some additional adventure seeds) seeds), and a glossary of common biker terms.


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* HitPoints: Averted. If you fail a defense roll, you instead lose Fucks equal to the damage you received. If you end up with no Fucks to give as a result, your character is out of commission for the rest of the ride.

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!!The sample ride "Tunnels of Tijuana" contains following tropes:

* BadGuyBar: The Dirty Knothole is a bar run by your rival MC in San Diego. Naturally, you can go there and start a BarBrawl.
* ColdOpen: The ride opens with a brief fight against members of your rival club at a gas station.
* DownInTheDumps: The final showdown with the rivals and the cops takes place at the local salvage yard [[spoiler:where Trike's truck was towed to for improper parking]].
* TheCartel: Wrench's chapter has a deal with a Mexican Cartel where the bikers trade guns for dope, and the Cartel is not happy about the outlaws "losing" the most recent arms shipment.
* GoneHorriblyRight: [[spoiler:Trike wanted Wrench to suffer at the hands of the Cartel, but he didn't think the Mexicans would immediately zero in on Wrench's wife and kids.]]
* HumanTraffickers: Interrogating the Coyote gang will reveal that they are smuggling children to or from the US. Freeing the kids they have locked up and finishing off their captors is an opportunity to regain some Fucks via Street Justice.
* ParkingProblems: [[spoiler:What really happened to the guns truck: Trike had parked it next to a fire hydrant while he was trying to find a buyer for it, and the cops have towed it off in his absence.]]
* TattooedCrook: The [=OBs=] have an opportunity to get a discount on tattoos at Nik's Pricks Tattoo Parlor if they play it cool with her.
* TwoShotsFromBehindTheBar: Subverted in the opening scene, where the gas station owner has a shotgun behind the counter but is too cowardly to actually use it.

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''1%er: The Outlaw Motorcycle Game'' is a 2013 indie TabletopRPG by Robert Nolan of Creepy Doll Studios, inspired by ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' and similar BikerMedia.[[note]]The title comes from the "1%" moniker adopted by outlaw bikers in response to the American Motorcycle Association [[BeamMeUpScotty allegedly]] claiming that "99% of motorcyclists are law-abiding citizens" -- see also UsefulNotes.BikerMedia.[[/note]] You play as [[BadassBiker outlaw bikers]] ("[=OBs=]") of a fictional motorcycle club (MC) and are tasked with doing the [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels dirty work the club needs done]] across the country [[PlausibleDeniability without implicating its local chapters]].

The [[https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/118932/1er--The-Outlaw-Motorcycle-Game rule book]] includes a short adventure, "Tunnels of Tijuana" (as well as some additional adventure seeds) and a glossary of common biker terms.
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!!The game contains examples of following tropes:

* ActionInitiative: The combat takes place in turns, with each combatant's turn order determined by a 1d6 roll plus his Feet rating.
* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: While it is theoretically possible to play a bunch of lawful bikers, the game runs on the basic assumption that your club is deeply involved with the criminal underworld. "Tunnels of Tijuana" even has you helping the local chapter in [[ArmsDealer smuggling small arms]] for drugs.
* BadassBiker: All bikers in the game are pretty badass, but there is actually a character stat called "Be Bad Ass" which does just that: give you an edge in a fight.
* ClusterFBomb: One of the key mechanics is called "Fucks" and "giving a Fuck" is the game's term for buying yourself or a teammate an extra die for a roll, so expect to be swearing a lot when playing this game.
* CoolBike: Surprisingly, this is not a major focus of the game. Each OB has a bike, but the only stat describing it is the Hog rating, which refers more to how well you can ride than how good your bike is. [[FridgeBrilliance Presumably because for real bikers, their hogs are extensions of the self rather than simple vehicles.]]
* CriticalFailure: If you roll no even faces on the dice (needed to succeed) but one or more 1s, you get the "Pucker Factor", meaning that your action goes spectacularly bad and you lose the corresponding number of Fucks.
* TheDrifter: You play as the Nomads, meaning that you don't belong to the chapter of a particular area, but roam around the country at the beckon of the Mother Chapter, assisting local chapters as needed. Having a bunch of Nomads is a common practice in real-life [=MCs=].
* EscortMission: One of the possible random missions is to escort a truck loaded with your club's guns through your rivals' territory.
* ExperiencePoints: At the end of each ride, the GameMaster awards [=OBs=] with XP, which they can spend to improve their stats or to buy a new Expertise.
* KnockBack: After a successful attack, the attacker may choose to deal less damage but knock the target down instead. A knocked-down character can then either keep fighting from the ground, or stand up and lose their attack action for that turn.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Each OB has a "real birth name" and a biker name, which is he is known by around the club. Since only the police will ever want to know your real name, don't expect to use it much, however.
* PlausibleDeniability: The Mother Chapter needs you, the Nomads, so that they can paint you as bad apples later on and claim that the rest of the club are just law-abiding motorcycle enthusiasts.
* PlayerCharacter: [[CallAHitPointASmeerp Referred to as "OBs"]] (short for "outlaw bikers") in this game.
* PoliceBrutality: "Brutality" is literally listed as one of the police [=NPCs=]' Expertise options, so expect to be on the receiving end of it a lot.
* TheRival: After creating your own club, you must also create a rival MC, because "all good [=MCs=] should have a rival gang to be a pain in their asses".
* SanityMeter: The Fucks function as a kind of sanity meter: when you mess up or take damage, you lose Fucks, and if you run out of them, your OB loses all motivation to ride and is out of the current ride (until he can regain some Fucks afterwards).
* SkillScoresAndPerks: There are only two basic attributes in the game, Be Bad Ass (for damaging things and people) and Be Cool (for everything that doesn't directly hurt anyone), and eight sub-ratings that can be combined with the basic attributes depending on the situation to form UsefulNotes/{{dice}} pools. There is also the Expertise, like Assault and Theft, which cannot be leveled up and gives an extra die to the pool whenever it applies.
* VigilanteMan: One way of regaining Fucks at the end of a ride is to dispense some street justice on non-OB criminals. The other alternative is doing charity work, with the main difference being that you roll Be Bad Ass + Heart for the former, but Be Cool + Heart for the latter.
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