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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…
for questions about games submitted to the 200 Word RPG Challenge (found at https://200wordrpg.github.io/)
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…
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.
For questions that primarily involve calculations, coordinates, and movement within the imagined 3-dimensional space of the game world.
a water-world setting for the Savage Worlds RPG.
a "swashbuckling and sorcery"-themed tabletop role-playing game set in the fictional world of Théah.
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!
For questions about the aarakocra, a race of winged bird-like humanoid creatures from Dungeons & Dragons.
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.
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…
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…
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.
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…
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.
For questions involving the rules that apply to taking a certain action in a specified system.
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…
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.
a mechanic in 5th edition D&D that replaces most numerical bonuses and penalties with rolling twice and taking the higher or lower value.
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…
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…
covers questions about Adventures in Middle-earth, a series of supplements for D&D 5e published by Cubicle 7.
For questions about designing and writing adventures, for personal use or publication.