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I've tried to find some computerized tools for this system, but I did not manage to find any. The quite generic name is bringing back lots of not-related-to-the-game answers.

I would like to have at least a tool to avoid rolling on the fate table, so I could have a more seamless experience when using the system.

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You can find several html/javascript programs that automate the basics of the game if you join the Mythic_Role_Playing group on Yahoo Groups. Look in the Files section of the group. If you save web page, you don't need to be connected to the Internet to use it.

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Welcome to the site, Elliot! This seems like a good answer, but can you clarify it a little by editing links to the programs (or even just to the group) into your answer? If you're not sure how to do that, just put the links in a comment replying to this one and someone will help you. –  Oblivious Sage Dec 29 '12 at 18:02

I know two possibilities:

The RPG Solo one goes beyond Mythic and includes Instant Game for setting creation and Mark's Adventure Glyphs for visual inspiration, both optional. The basis system is also not vanilla Mythic but a slightly augmented version, such as adding "Yes/No, but/and..." answer types.

Black Magic being simple HTML+Javascript can be saved as a webpage to your computer and used offline. RPG Solo is a web-based application and can only be used online.

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Thanks for this link: the RPGSolo is a real cool stuff :) –  Guillaume Aug 6 '13 at 10:48

This site has the Mythic GM Emulator done in flash: http://artifex0.50webs.com/GMEmulator.swf.

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