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For questions about the 13th Age RPG system, a d20 system designed by Rob Heinsoo and Jonathan Tweet (lead designers of D&D 4e and 3e respectively) and published by Pelgrane Press in 2013. Its concept…
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for questions about games submitted to the 200 Word RPG Challenge (found at https://200wordrpg.github.io/)
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a science fiction RPG created by Game Designers' Workshop. The first edition (released in 1986) was titled Traveller: 2300 and intended as a "harder" sci-fi alternative to GDW's earlier Tra…
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For questions about the 3D&T system and RPGs using it. 3D&T, formerly known as Defenders of Tokyo, is a d20-inspired game system rooted in a parody of anime tropes.
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For questions that primarily involve calculations, coordinates, and movement within the imagined 3-dimensional space of the game world.
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a water-world setting for the Savage Worlds RPG.
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a "swashbuckling and sorcery"-themed tabletop role-playing game set in the fictional world of Théah.
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The second edition of John Wick's 7th Sea where the players play Heroes of Théah in a world of swashbuckling, sorcery, exploration, piracy, and archæology!
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For questions about the aarakocra, a race of winged bird-like humanoid creatures from Dungeons & Dragons.
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For questions about the aasimar race that exists in several editions of Dungeons & Dragons. Aasimar are usually humanoids who are descended from or have a strong connection to celestial beings.
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For questions primarily about ability scores (and their associated abilities), mechanical components of a character in all editions of D&D that represent the character's innate attributes: Strength, D…
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For questions about players missing sessions. This covers questions about how to handle player characters when the player is away, and questions about handling missed progression from sessions where a…
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For questions about adapting games and/or play to be available to as many people as possible, especially for players or GMs with disabilities or special needs.
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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…
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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…
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For questions centering around the "action economy", a meta-game term for the inherent limits on the number of things a character can do in a single turn.
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For questions involving the rules that apply to taking a certain action in a specified system.
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For questions about Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (a.k.a. "AD&D", "first edition", or "1e"), written by Gary Gygax and released in three volumes between 1977 and 1979. (For questions about AD&D 2nd edit…
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Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Second Edition from 1989.
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an RPG released in 1989 (1st ed.) and 2011 (2nd ed.) based on the original “Fighting Fantasy” and “Sorcery!” gamebooks, set in the world of Titan.
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a mechanic in 5th edition D&D that replaces most numerical bonuses and penalties with rolling twice and taking the higher or lower value.
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For questions about adventure paths. An adventure path is a published module or set of modules that provide several different adventures, even a whole campaign, and often spans a large amount of chara…
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For questions about Adventurer Conqueror King System (ACKS), a fantasy RPG published by Autarch in 2012 that emulates the rules and feel of the Basic D&D rule set edited by Tom Moldvay (B/X circa 1981…
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covers questions about Adventures in Middle-earth, a series of supplements for D&D 5e published by Cubicle 7.
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For questions about designing and writing adventures, for personal use or publication.
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