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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 more stats-oriented FATE incarnation that mixes D&D-like abilities with FATE's aspects.
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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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temp agency workers ("temps") that travel through time to solve temporal anomalies that threaten to end all of reality.
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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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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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a Silver Age superhero tabletop RPG by Michael S. Miller and independently published by Incarnadine Press.
XCrawl, by Goodman Games, focuses on players as superstar athletes in a lethal sport competing against monsters in artificial dungeons.
for any edition of the Tunnels and Trolls system, published by Flying Buffalo.
an extremely light game focusing on interstellar crime & rebellion, authored by Epidiah Ravachol.
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…
a collaborative writing RPG.
a map game involving the creation of a world through a pack of cards.
A dungeon crawl roleplaying game and love letter to Basic D&D, by the creators of Burning Wheel and Mouse Guard.
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.
a 1994 RPG that uses White Wolf's Storyteller system.
the RPG genre of superheroes and -villains, often drawing inspirations and tropes from classic and modern superhero comics.
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.