What is the weirdest RPG ever created? Which RPG just left you scratching your head? And was it any good? I know such pearls as Maid the RPG, Killing Puppies for Satan, Bunnies and Burrows. But for some reason I think there might be something even weirder out there.
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Quite possibly Hybrid, the RPG with rules like these:
RULE # 11: PLAYER OR/AND CHARACTER HAS 1D6 OPTIONS TO WHAT TYPE OF UNIVERSE HE WANTS TO BE IN, IN TERMS OF HIS AND GOD'S CONTRIBUTION TO C#, FOR TOTAL COST OF C#, TO MAINTAIN THE CONSERVATION OF MASS & ENERGY, WHERE GOD'S CONTRIBUTION IS [5/6] FOR V # 5, WHILE GOD'S CONTRIBUTION IS [0/6]FOR VERSION # ZERO. HIS CONTRIBUTION TO C# IS THE REMAINING DIFFERENCE AFTER OR/AND BEFORE CONTRIBUTION BY GOD IN FORM OF YIN & YANG, BASED ON WHICH OF 1D6 UNIVERSE THAT HE WANTS TO BE IN, SETTING UP COST FOR C#, WHERE HIS CONTRIBUTION IS [1/6] IN VERSION # 5, TO TOTAL COST OF C#. CONTRIBUTION BY GOD IN FORM OF YIN & YANG IS ALSO IN PROPORTION TO VALUE OF EXPONENT FOR COM EQUATION FOR ADULT HUMAN FEMALES.
A distant second is Wraethulu, the RPG where you play androgynous sex-addicted superhumans.
Maid RPG is actually surprisingly playable. It has some excellent mechanics and is easy to learn. It's not the weirdest RPG by a long shot, but deserves an honourable mention for the optional rules that allow you to seduce other PCs.