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You're most likely thinking of the retroclone FASERIP, named after the fan-created nickname for Marvel Super Heroes as an acronym of its PCs' stats. It's well-known and -liked by fans of old-school supers. This is a fairly straightforward retroclone, intended to be Marvel Super Heroes in all but name. Less likely, you might instead be thinking of the ...


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There are many old Marvel games, but I assume you mean the old one based on the FASERIP system (so named based on the first letters of the 7 primary character attributes). I know of two recent FASERIP retro-clones: Four Color (4C) System FASERIP You can also get stuff for the old system at classicmarvelforever.com.


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That one's called FASERIP, and is available for download here.


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It is in the Adventurer's Vault 2 page 97. In the future you can use the Compendium, even without a DDI Subscription. You can't get the text of the item (or feat or whatever you are looking up) but it will tell you the book it came in.


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More broadly than Pathfinder; there is the Pouches of Shared Acquisition in 4ed and Leomund's Secret Chest Ritual has a similar effect. I'm failing at finding a link for the Pouches; https://the-expendables.obsidianportal.com/items/pouches-of-shared-acquisition is the best I've managed so far. Specifically to Pathfinder, while it's not exactly what you are ...


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The Torchbearer GM screen I'm pretty sure that is the Torchbearer screen, as seen in this image. Torchbearer is a game based on the Burning Wheel system, written to evoke the real sense of danger and especially scarcity in dungeon-delving.


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I'm not sure if it's exactly what you saw, but I've found that the Reign Company Rules found in the Reign Enchiridion are a good way to structure business in any system. In the system you create an company/organization with it's own stats (such as finances, member loyalty, and productivity) which can take a certain number of actions in a given time period. ...



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