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I suggest Low Fantasy Gaming (caveat: I wrote it!). But, it does meet many of the OP's requirements: low magic, martial exploits, injuries, rules light. It is a 1d20 D&D variant however, so it does have classes and levels. Low Fantasy Gaming


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I have not played Aftermath but, in case it helps, a highly complex game which is genre agnostic is Dandanon. http://www.wytchlight.com/Dandanon/Default.aspx It is not very popular, probably due to the complexity but it does it's job well.


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The Eberron setting for the 3rd and 4th edition of Dungeons & Dragons might actually be a good candidate, especially the main city Sharn. While it's a world with elves, dwarves, orcs, and dragons, the culture and society is heavily inspired by early 20th century Europe and the different races have all been given new roles. (Except dwarves, they are still ...


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Outside of the realm of time travel RPGs, some of which have inherent resets (complete or incomplete) I know of no games that offer this sort of mechanic. I would like to point out, however, that such is likely for a very good reason: Save/Load works great in a single-player setting; you mess up - you reset. In a multiplayer setting, however, a player who ...



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