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an alternate magic system developed and published by Drop Dead Studios and designed to work with Pathfinder and other RPGs based on the D20 system.
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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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temp agency workers ("temps") that travel through time to solve temporal anomalies that threaten to end all of reality.
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The Third Horizon, a distant part of the galaxy enveloped in turmoil and conflict. Among religious cults, hard working colonists and shadowy organisations, an envoy appears. rumored to be from an alie…
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a mixed-genre science-fiction/fantasy/mecha game of humanity against the invading beings of the Cthulhu Mythos.
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Call of Cthulhu 7th edition incorporated more new rules and rules changes than any of the previous six editions and questions about it should use this edition-specific tag. For all other editions, use…
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Questions about chases and chase mechanics, including on foot, mounted, vehicle, and others.
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A 1977 fantasy RPG that was an early contender to D&D, starting out as the 1976 game Chevalier.
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A German post-apocalyptic game set in the remains of Europe written by Marko Djurdjevic and Christian Günther.
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A 1989 RPG companion to the "Darksword" trilogy written by Weiss and Hickman.
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Dangerous Journeys was created by Gary Gagax (who also created D&D). It was originally published in 1992 by Game Designers' Workshop.
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part of the official setting in Paizo's Pathfinder system. It consists of three vast layers under the surface of Golarion.
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a virtual online gaming table with support for several systems, including D&D, Savage Worlds, and Call of Cthulhu.
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A branch of elves from 4th edition D&D with strong ties to faeries and their magic, loosely analogous to high elves in other systems/settings.
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The GM act of secretly altering rolls in order to influence outcomes, usually with the intent to protect player-characters or plot elements.
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Questions about Returner Games' FFRPG
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In the Warhammer 40k setting, the Primarchs are the 20 supreme warriors created by the Emperor of Mankind to lead his Space Marine Legions.