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Role player started with 3.5 then moved on to 4e, I prefer "generic" Western fantasy with mages, clerics and knights.

I prefer systems that aren't built on nostalgia for their appeal, that being said I still favour what are seen as old school concepts class based games explicit rules etc short version if you want me to play your knight class don't even try to say "it's exactly how we played them in 1980" try to help me see how the class is fun on it's own.

My two major turn-offs are deliberately imbalanced PC classes and a over-reliance on DM calls.


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answered How to relay a game mechanic in character
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comment Would GURPS be a good choice for a non-magic, 19th century tech level, roleplay focused campaign?
@dot_Sp0T added one more recommendation based on the 19th century and Swiss military academy tags.
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revised Would GURPS be a good choice for a non-magic, 19th century tech level, roleplay focused campaign?
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comment Would GURPS be a good choice for a non-magic, 19th century tech level, roleplay focused campaign?
@dot_Sp0T It might just be useful, GURPS has tons of sourcebooks if one deals with European armies it should be relevant.
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comment Would GURPS be a good choice for a non-magic, 19th century tech level, roleplay focused campaign?
@dot_Sp0T Thanks for adding the extra details but could you say where the campaign starts, using my already posted examples a British imperial military academy will be different from an American one.
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answered Would GURPS be a good choice for a non-magic, 19th century tech level, roleplay focused campaign?
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accepted Is there a class-and-level system that encourages horizontal character development?
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comment Is there a class-and-level system that encourages horizontal character development?
Thanks I'll look into moves and see if they're what I'm looking for, ideally a horizontal level up would be going from "I'm a great swordsman" to "I'm a great swordsman and a great captain of men".
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comment Is there a class-and-level system that encourages horizontal character development?
Thanks for the answer but the growth via feats is not exactly what I'm thinking about, I would prefer a wider growth than for example getting a cleave feat.
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revised Is there a class-and-level system that encourages horizontal character development?
removed paranthesis as to not make this a DnD and friends only question
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comment Is there a class-and-level system that encourages horizontal character development?
@HeyICanChan yes I'd prefer if it was classed based
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comment Is there any information on cities where most of the citizens are undead?
Are you interested in information just from Dnd settings or would other fantasy sources be ok ?
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answered Unhate-able Villains