I am thinking Damage per the two game systems and caliber for the Damage number and taking phoenix commands 20+ penetration number / twilights 2-3-nil value for special armor penetration. This will allow you to only spend one success to get armor defeating. Range will be represented in hexes and value for the effective range of the weapon, meaning you will be able to shoot beyond that but the would be better off doing so with a different firearm.
I am also thinking of going with an aim rule that simulates what is happening in phoenix command. Maybe an aim chart per weapon type. That will be more of an advance rule though. For now aim will be the same across all weapons and probably follow Fibinochi. The advanced version will have pistols quickly hitting a solid aim number then remaining there. There is also the thought of a single chart with different types of weapons with a bonus and a max aim value.
- So with fibinochi at 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21 a figure of fib +3max5 would give you, a starting aim of 2 and a max aim of 5. The +3 being the 3rd value in the sequence and 5 being the 5th. But as I have state in the past this is meant to be when the level of detail is needed to simulate second by second firefights.
- example 1,3,5,7,9 which will double the speed of aiming. I am trying to figure out the sweet spot that feels right here. I feel like the odd numbers are more right.