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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.
Bunnies and Burrows, first edition (1976), second edition (1982), or GURPS (1992).
the RPG of blood-red Sword & Sorcery, inspired by the pulp tales of authors such as Robert E. Howard.
one that eschews deep characterization and mechanical rigor for lighthearted fun and ease of play. Beer and pretzels games work well with casual gamers and in a party atm…
an RPG set ten years after an alternate-reality American Civil War in a fairly divided North America. It was published in 2007 by Kenzerco and has won a silver ENn…
A game by Modiphius Entertainment about a band of Allied heroes fighting against the Nazi Black Sun and Nachtwolfe organisations to prevent Mythos threats from becoming even more of a problem. Origina…
a time travel RPG focused around competition between two factions with competing visions for humanity's past, present and future.
A very small RPG engine for Mythos play.
A 1989 RPG companion to the "Darksword" trilogy written by Weiss and Hickman.
For questions on any edition of the Cartoon Action Hour RPG.
Questions about chases and chase mechanics, including on foot, mounted, vehicle, and others.
A 1977 fantasy RPG that was an early contender to D&D, starting out as the 1976 game Chevalier.
For questions pertaining to the City of Brass competitive role-playing game.
a grim and gritty game of mud, blood, mayhem and magick, set in an alternate 17th century England plunged into civil war. It is published by Cakebread & Walton, and runs on the…
a time travel-themed science fiction RPG published in 1999 by Aetherco and Dreamcatcher Multimedia.
a fantasy RPG published in "Basic" and "Advanced" versions by Kenzer and Company.
a Swedish game set during the 1700s in which characters solve mysteries, join secret societies, visit occult sites, and encounter mythical creatures.
Pertaining to the namesake series of tournament dungeons for D&D 4e designed by SVD Press. Additionally refers to a general approach of having antagonist DM and deadly setting to create a high level o…
FASA Corporation created Traveller supplements, the first licensed Star Trek RPG, Shadowrun, BattleTech, Earthdawn, and other game products from 1980 to 2001. It exists now as an intellectual property…
a science-fiction space opera published by Holistic Design, Inc. There are two versions of the system - the original Victory Point System, and the OGL d20 adaptation of the game releas…