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A roleplaying game of villainy, self-loathing, and unrequited love.
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both a standalone RPG and also a toolset to run other RPGs without a GM.
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a site with tools for RPG players to manage their games and play groups.
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a modern game based on a retro-clone of Dungeons and Dragons. It is a print product with the full game as well as example characters, monsters, introductory adventures, and a list of name…
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temp agency workers ("temps") that travel through time to solve temporal anomalies that threaten to end all of reality.
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when the whole PC party is killed at once, preventing restoration of the party to life. Often (but not always) considered an undesired failure state to be solved or prevent…
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a narrativist sword-and-sorcery indie role-playing game, designed by Clinton R. Nixon and published by CRN Games.
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[tftfv] stands for Tales of the Floating Vagabond. It was a humorous RPG written by Lee Garvin and published by Avalon Hill in 1991. The setting was a bar called the Floating Vagabond, which had patro…
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A game which combines the film noir genre with sword & sorcery, featuring mysteries and crime fighting, adventures and magic that comes at a terrible cost. Published by Sword's Edged Publishing.
a 1994 RPG that uses White Wolf's Storyteller system.
A more stats-oriented FATE incarnation that mixes D&D-like abilities with FATE's aspects.
the Fate-based rules system that powers The Kerberos Club RPG. It was reverse-engineered and released as its own OGL rules system in 2013 by Arc Dream.
A home base for the party, especially in fantasy roleplaying. Many games include rules or suggestions for building these.
for any edition of the Tunnels and Trolls system, published by Flying Buffalo.
The act of improving character capabilities through instruction, exercise, practice, and other forms of preparation.
A dungeon crawl roleplaying game and love letter to Basic D&D, by the creators of Burning Wheel and Mouse Guard.
a map game involving the creation of a world through a pack of cards.
Three Sixteen: Carnage Amongst the Stars (3:16 for short) is a lightweight indie game about space marines committing sci-fi genocide, in the tradition of Starship Troopers and Warhammer 40k. Character…
Questions related to supernatural barriers in the Dresden Files RPG.
a Silver Age superhero tabletop RPG by Michael S. Miller and independently published by Incarnadine Press.