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Grimm: Role-Playing Adventure in a world of twisted fairy tales


>> No.12118141
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Atomic Highway

It's like Mad Max without Tina Turner


>> No.12118164
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A plague strikes humanity and all the adults (and older teenagers) go blind. Society collapses, boy enslaves man, man enslaves boy, and maybe you kiss the cute girl when none of your friends are watching.


>> No.12118177

Please, Do go on.

>> No.12118213

I have never heard of any of these games because I never knew they existed.

Especially this one.....my god big wheel chariot, hook hand child, is this Children of the Corn the RPG?
(frigging title reminds me of Barney Dinosaur font)

>> No.12118235

Kid World sounds like a more friendly version of the old movie Gasss.. (where you die when you hit 30).

>> No.12118250


What's notable about this guy's setting for AH, is that he's the guy who wrote the Finnish Stalker RPG.

>> No.12118309
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Sputnik Lost

The most minimalist sci-fi game ever. I'm posting a picture of THE ENTIRE GAME. Here's the pdf:


>> No.12118327

I have never heard of any of these.
Have some Ghost Echo. Two pages, I know nothing about this.

>> No.12118351

Could you tell us what you like about em or give a short review? I've been interested in the concept behind grimm, but is it worth picking up/playing

>> No.12118365
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'45: Hotrod Retropocalypse

’45 is Mike Hammer Vs the Martians, it is John Carter, Warlord of New York, it is Bettie Page: Road Warrior, it is The Magnificent Seven starring Elvis, Vincent Price, Lon Chaney Junior, Tor Johnson, Christopher Lee, Rex Reason and Dolores Fuller, with the raiders replaced by Nazi robots.


>> No.12118432
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It's like Baywatch. The cover pretty much says it all.


>> No.12118442

Needs more macho women with guns.

>> No.12118481
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Motocaust is kind of a weird setting. The apocalypse happened, but things are kind of back to normal. It's like "Yeah, the midwest U.S. is a radioactive desert filled with mutant cannibals... but at least you can still buy a candy bar."


>> No.12118522
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>Needs more macho women with guns

Be careful what you wish for.


>> No.12118530
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This goes on for 454 pages.

>> No.12118552
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Shock: Social Science Fiction

Transhuman bullshit.


>> No.12118600

Early 2000s Poser Porn, the sourcebook.

>> No.12118613
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>It's like Mad Max without Tina Turner

Oh please, can't we just get BEYOND THUNDERDOME!?

>> No.12118619
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Hellcats and Hockeysticks

This game is apparently based on a collection of British movie tropes about girls' boarding schools from the 1950s- 1970s. It doesn't have to be as NC-17 as the cover suggests, and is actually a pretty fun system of backstabbing, one-upsmanship, and outright violence.


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>> No.12118636

The JAGS system in general. Check out the Have-Nots setting; post-post apoc where everything's dying and high tech is everywhere. That's all I remember, it's been years since I read it.


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>> No.12118646

>The idea of a Hank Hill character in this game
>That boy ain't right

>> No.12118685


This sounds fucking awesome

>> No.12118688
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Chronica Fuedalis

This is a medieval fantasy game of knights and princesses.

That was written in the Middle Ages and played by a group of monks.


>> No.12118710

Sounds like bullshit.
Downloadan anyway.

>> No.12118715

Of course it's bullshit. But it's pretty funny.

>> No.12118733
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Probably similar to this.

>> No.12118736


Got the updated "Blue Knight" version? It's free if you own the original.

>> No.12118746
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Unhallowed Metropolis, anyone?
Victorian-esque steampunk future world with zombies, vampires and more Frankensteinian villains than you can shoot a Tesla rifle at.

Dystopian fun in a frock coat, my friends.

Look it up /rs/ and enjoy.

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This is a heart-rending look at the lives of children forced to apprentice to cruel and powerful wizards.

The game works well with only one player, and if there are multiple players, each is probably apprenticed to a different magic-user, and their paths rarely intersect. It's primarily about going it alone in the rough world.


>> No.12118806

This thread interests me. I love reading rpgs, the obscurer the better. It's my disease.

>> No.12118813

Yeah, I am really looking forward to playing this one. A friend linked it to me yesterday, so I had to put it up in this.

>> No.12118840

Damn, now I want to run Sputnik Lost. Somehow.

>> No.12118860
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Monster Island

It's every Godzilla knock-off for himself!


(There are three books in the series on /rs/)

>> No.12118950
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Mean Streets

This game is made for hard-edged, hard-nosed men who chain-smoke. One thing that's interesting is your contacts are rated based on how likely they are to give you accurate information.


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A game where you play a cat, protecting humans from extradimensional horrors that only you can see.


>> No.12118984


Sounds like the last storie from Cats Eye

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A game where you play a cat, protecting humans from extradimensional horrors that only you can see.

It is completely different from Cat RPG.


>> No.12119003

That troll was the reason I slept with the covers over my head for five years.

>> No.12119063
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I happen to have the cover to this saved but don't actually know much about the RPG...

>> No.12119070

Fuck I love you, OP. Been wanting this for over a year.

>> No.12119072
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Cadillacs and Dinosaurs


The system is pretty simple, and characters are really customizable. The inclusion of a lot of careers with their entry-level qualifications and lists of skills to pick from gives some guidance but isn't as limiting as traditional "classes".


>> No.12119079

What troll?

>> No.12119092

Sounds interesting:
"The time is now. The world has changed.

The Event brought the Sea of Leaves into our world, an immense forest that choked cities and drowned civilisation overnight. From the trees came the Call, a lure to the weak that decimated the population. In the aftermath only pockets of humanity remain, resisting the woods’ siren song. In the endless forests lurk the Lost – whose wills were drowned by the Call – and the Wild, who have forgotten they were ever human.

You are one of a select few who can resist the Call. A Drifter, hardened to the lure of the woods by the scars of the past, you cannot let go. Your torment shields you, but drives your isolation. More than anything you crave welcome in a community, but can never be truly accepted without leaving behind your past. To do that, you must confront and defeat the demons that haunt you."

>> No.12119095

Up next is Feline: The Cattening.

>> No.12119096


Every time I hear of cats seeing the extradimensional, I think of that one story, where there was a walled off section of the basement, and the cat always hissed at it. Then one day in front of the owner the cat started flying, convulsing, and made a scratching sound from its talkbox that was essentially telling the owner to get out of the house. Then the cat fell down and the owner moved to a different house.

>fiteps colder

>> No.12119128

Well, I might as well contribute something. Don't know if knowing about this qualifies as cutting-edge snobbery.

My life with Master, a game about minions of eccentric people/villians searching for love.


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>> No.12119155
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I haven't read it, but since you mentioned it


A book about leaves, I guess.


>> No.12119159

Cats Eye, a movie from 1985. 3 stories about "macabre horror and suspense" all involving cats. From the guy that wrote Carrie.

>> No.12119224
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Colonial Gothic

It's like Dark Heresy if Ben Franklin was your Inquisitor.

There's a d20 version, but this is the original d12 system.


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>> No.12119252

A team of cosmonauts is dispatched to relieve the crew of space station XXX, who mysteriously dropped out of contact.

Basically, Dead Space/ Space Hulk IN SPACE.
And with bearlike Russian

>> No.12119253

What's that one where you play kids who are made into superhumans to fight evil or someshit but are called angels by the church and it's in the future...or something.

Excuse me being retardo-vague, but that's all I remember, someone told me about it a long while back.

>> No.12119320


Lol, a friend of mine was just telling me about it a couple hours ago.

>> No.12119322

For those wondering, this uses a modified version of the system from Twilight2000 and MegaTraveller.

Also, never managed to see the last part of Cat's Eye because the rest of the film was so boring, but the box cover and my brother's summary was enough to make me sleep on my back for six years.

>> No.12119330

This and "Don't Rest Your Head" rank up there as two of my top faves. I would suggest both to anyone who wants something new besides hack and slash stuff.

This thread delivers the goods like a doctor obsessed with childbirth.

>> No.12119331

I was thinking "Rocket crashes into Heaven. Hijinks ensue." But I'm majorly tired.

Hope this thread lasts until morning or gets archived; some good stuff here people need to see.

>> No.12119337
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It's a Dog's Life

Watership Down on the Great Plains.

Rules-light system. There are classes, but you get some leeway within them to bend your prairie dog the way you want them.


>> No.12119391


Thanks, whenever I was told about it I thought it sounded pretty cool. Also, anyone ever play Polaris? It's an RPG that I know the name of and have an even more vague idea of what it's about.

>> No.12119416

Anyone got more Post-Apocalyptic games?

Or mayhaps some simpler games?

>> No.12119442
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In a Wicked Age

This game is designed to be played as a one-shot. A deck of cards is used to determine characteristics of the setting and the characters involved in it, and then the players decide which character they will play. The GM controls the others. You have six dice of varying sizes in categories like "For Myself" and "With Violence". Very heady narrativist stuff.


>> No.12119449

PDQ is supposed to be pretty simple. Also quick and flexible.

>> No.12119471

How can I get into creating games like this?

>> No.12119484
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Post-apocalyptic, huh?

How about Irradiated Fur? After the death of the human race, the furries take over the ruined world!


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>> No.12119529

Sigh, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inherit_the_Earth:_Quest_for_the_Orb

>> No.12119533

any good steampunk games?

>> No.12119536

Grab a pen, get an idea and start writing. Be prepared for failure for a while. Keep at it, put something together and show to people. Take input, adjust product, keep working.

Or something like that. It's what I'm doing.

>> No.12119574
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I'd be remiss if I didn't post my own shitty game, which fits your specifications.

Engine Heart is a simple d10 pool system for playing service robots tooling around after the extinction of mankind.


>> No.12119585

So how can I build a system from scratch that will hold up, even though failure and can continue to be improved?

And would /tg/ be willing to try it?

>> No.12119600

I would, depending on the kind of game it is.

>> No.12119605


I have read the book. It sounds interesting, but I think I would find it boring if I ever played it. But that's something personal, since I prefer my RPGs to have dice rolls.

Still, it's worth having a look, at least at the book.

>> No.12119606

I have no fucking clue. Google game design or something, do the research. And yeah, so long as you're idea isn't something lame/weird then somebody here'll try it I'd guess.

>> No.12119609

>A 24-hour RPG by Shanya Almafeta

Almafeta? Thought I heard the last of that name after she/he got banned from RPG.net for flipping out about transvestites all the time or something.

>> No.12119674


Read a lot, play a lot. And basically, grab parts of other games that you find interesting, try to make everything coherent and keep on refining, testing and editing until you get something acceptable.

It's not necessary to TRY TO REINVENT RPGs. Just do something that you find fun.

>> No.12119676
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>Engine Heart: It Even Makes My Couch Look Better!

>> No.12119677

The problem is googling anything about game design will get you sites about video games and online RPGs, not board game design.

>> No.12119679
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Totem is a pretty neat game, where you play Ice Age Cro-Mags in a low-magic Stone Age setting. The mechanic is interesting, because you're supposed to draw stones out of a bag that has two colors of stones. Sunstones are good, Earthstones are bad. The difficulty of a task is rated by how many Sunstones you must draw out at once to succeed. Very cool if you want to play a 10,000 BC-type game. Optionally, you can skip the stones and just use dice to simulate the probabilities of drawing certain stones.


>> No.12119694


You could also join one of the rpg-creating forums that exist. Here's one:


>> No.12119699

Ah, didn't know that. I haven't actually done much research myself, just scribbling away. Sooner or later I'll get around to organizing things and getting to testing mechanics.

>> No.12119704

Trial and error.

And playtesting. Lots of playtesting, with people who don't have a vested interest in not hurting your feelings.

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>> No.12119783
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The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Pretty much like what you would expect, honestly.


>> No.12119796
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So extraordinary they made two completely different systems for it!


>> No.12119843
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Wandering Monsters High School

Like the title says... you know those monsters you run into in dungeons? Well, before they were dying at the end of your sword, they were getting all sweaty-palmed trying to ask the cute harpy girl to the big spring formal.


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3:16 - Carnage Amongst the Stars

You're soldiers in power armor, fighting a holy war to exterminate all aliens in the universe on behalf of Terra.

Your two stats are 'Fighting Ability' and 'Non-Fighting Ability'.


>> No.12119972

So... 40k with a different name?

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I don't know where you're getting that from.

>> No.12120138
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I wasn't going to post this, but someone on #suptg asked me if I had it.

Teenagers from Outer Space (3rd edition)


>> No.12120163 [DELETED] 

Is that really as bad as it looks?

>> No.12120171


Is that really as bad as it looks?

>> No.12120176

A perfect gift for the /d/m in your life?

>> No.12120287
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First edition is a lot less weeaboo, although it's so 80s it hurts.


>> No.12120425
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Another suggestion from #suptg, here's Faery's Tale. I guess it's about faerys.


>> No.12120446
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I've heard of this before, but never played it.

Og is a humorous caveman game where you are limited to 17 specific words in-character, such as me, you, big, and smelly.


>> No.12120470


I remember this company came out with a book called De Profundis or something similar that was basically about writing Lovecraftian letters to your friend. I've always wanted to find a copy, but I've only managed to find one in Portuguese or something. Feels bad man.

>> No.12120536

Polish. It might not be translated:

>> No.12120579


Spoke too soon!

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>> No.12121383

would you upload ArtifIce to mediafire or something? Sup/tg/ doesn't have a copy anymore and my copy was destroyed when my hard-drive died

>> No.12122004

On the off chance, anyone got a PDF of Fae Noir or Bliss Stage? They're both games I've heard of, and wanted to take a look at before I decided to buy 'em or not.

>> No.12122179

You're in luck.
I'll up Bliss Stage to mediafire

>> No.12122190

here we go: Bliss Stage - Bliss State {Intertim State}

>> No.12122448

Please does anyone have this super rare gem?

Everstone: Blood Legacy by Iron Golem Games for d20 System, Big Eyes Small Mouth

>> No.12123595

bumping for great justice

>> the caricts
they certainly are

>> No.12123676
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Lesser Shades of Evil.

The setting is pretty complicated, but the basic jist of it is that this guys figured out how to go post-human and leave the physical body behind. He shared this discovery with his family, and they all became immortal. They then manipulated world leaders into wiping out the human race, and recreated it in their image. Through carefully selected henchmen, they then maintained control over the destiny of mankind.

A few of the immortals rebelled, there was a civil war, and the rebels won out. They're now free to do as they wish.

Basically, it's post-human fantasy with lots of neat shit going on. Way too much for me to bother with explaining it all, but it's a game I can definitely recommend.

>> No.12123732

Got a link?

I can't find Fae Noir or Everstone.

>> No.12124261


Not the guy who posted about it, but I found a download link:


>> No.12124821

Don't let this thread die, guys. This is too good to die.

>> No.12124937

I too await for a link for Fae Noir.

>romposed face

Indeed captcha.

>> No.12125060

This is a good thread. Downloaded all there was here. I'll look if I have something good you might like.

>> No.12125123

Keeping this amazing-ness alive.

>> No.12125135

I haven't read this ones, but I've heard some good stuff about them. Basically, both of them are about kids and monsters.

Kids vs Monsters

Kids with monsters

>> No.12125304
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This is a pretty great translation of the Ghostbusters style of humor to an RPG. Some systems just develop a combat mechanic and shoehorn licensed properties into it, but you can really see yourself re-enacting the movies with this.


>> No.12125388
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How We Came to Live Here

American Indian roleplaying in the FUDGE system.


>must foggrame
I can't help you if you're not making sense, Captcha.

>> No.12125423


Violence RPG: Some guy rants about games being shit and makes the shittiest game. Turns out, it's actually pretty interesting


Old Mesilla, a wild west game, running on the same system Lady Blackbird does.

>> No.12125435

>Violence RPG
That old pretentious fart Greg Costikyan trying to be funny and failing.

>> No.12125451


No, I think he was genuinely angry and trying to make a steaming pile of shit, I never played it but liked parts of the system.

Opinions from more savvy fa/tg/uys?

>> No.12125538
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Over the Edge

I have never played the game from this book, but I have played the Thundarr the Barbarian game that uses OtE, and it is amazingly fun. It's a great system for when you want to play a game based on a movie or other "theme". I could see it working well for an Inception game. The rules are a few steps up from RISUS in complexity, but it only takes a few minutes to sketch out a character.


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Mountain Witch: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=8l9q27vp
The player characters are samurai ronin that have banded together to destroy the Mountain Witch at the top of Mount Fuji. Each character has its own "dark fate", randomly drawn and known only by the player of the character. Most fates pit the ronin against the group, and makes betrayal likely.

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>> No.12125972

Degenesis. Unfortunately the real rulebook is only available in german, so have the quickstart rules.


>> No.12126113 [DELETED] 

>>12125972 Degenesis. Fortunately the real rulebook is only available in german

Fixed it for you. As long as you don't undestand it, you might hope there's a cool game hidden inside. In reality it's pure metaplot-wankery (aka not even the GM is kept in the dark about the Setting), with "playable" fractions so totally extreme enemies, you either play a totally homogenous group or beginn every session with a new party.

On top of that, the first edition had a system that gave you so laughly underpowered characters, your fraction become your only "power source".

>> No.12126122
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Rob Bot and his Robotic Buds

This is a cute little game based on the (fictional) cartoon show of the same name. It's interesting because the players take turns controlling the "main hero" (Rob Bot) and his stalwart sidekicks. One person is the GM for the entire game, but the GM is determined by everyone giving a summary of how *their* episode would start, and the players all voting on which one is the most awesome.


>> No.12126157
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Robots and Rapiers

You're a robot who was made as some kind of Westworld-type 17th century analogue for a vacation resort in space. But then some bad shit happened, all the humans are dead (I think), and you have free will now.

So naturally you swashbuckle!


>> No.12126196
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The third robot game is Run Robot Red, a quirky little game where you play Communist robots who have to make sure they work hard enough to please their superiors, but not *too* hard, since nobot is better than anybot.

If you're a fan of Soviet doublespeak parodies, hit this one up.


>> No.12126425

>>12125972 Degenesis. Fortunately the real rulebook is only available in german

Fixed it for you. As long as you don't undestand it, you might hope there's a cool game hidden inside. In reality it's pure metaplot-wankery (aka even the GM is kept in the dark about the setting), with "playable" fractions so totally extreme enemies, you either play a totally homogenous group or begin every session with a new party.

On top of that, the first edition had a system that gave you so laughly underpowered characters, your fraction become your only "power source"...

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>> No.12126771

My good Sir, I think you might have the first edition in mind. In the second edition, the factions actually have ties, most of the european factions being on relatively good terms with each other and cooperating mostly. The two big blocks are the european factions and the african factions, plus the apokalyptiker, but nobody likes those guys.

The system is still shit, though, we have just ported it to nWoD in my group.

>> No.12126903
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Furry Pirates

You're pirates. Furry pirates.


>> No.12127085

Bump for great justice.

>> No.12127101

Seriously, did you even read the book?

>> No.12127224
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You play orks. The fantasy kind.


>> No.12127606

Oh man, I've been looking for this book forever. Fuckin saved.

>> No.12127878
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Bubblegum Crisis RPG. Uses Fuzion.


>> No.12127897

InSpectres. Modern-day ghost-hunting-as-a-day-job 'cooperative storytelling' RPG - fun setting, and fun to play.


>> No.12127915
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Omni-System. Shitty art, but not bad for trying to be everything.


>> No.12127932
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Starship Troopers the RPG.Uses a d20 system, and isn't really bad, even if the source material is more movie and less books, which is annoying.

>> No.12127954
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Usagi Yojimbo RPG. Uses the Fuzion system, and is furry as all hell, but is still amazingly cool.

>> No.12127959

And InSpectres too? Now if only someone posts Lacuna or Dogs this thread is perfect.

>> No.12127972

Actually most of the source material is based off the CGI series "roughnecks: starship trooper chronicles".

>> No.12127987

Looks more TV series than movie to me.

And the TV series was awesome.

>> No.12127990
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The Final Fantasy RPG (Third Edition). Fun? Sort of, but annoying - you have your abilities and that's it, and you get one new ability every 8 levels out of 64. And that's all you can do, ever.


>> No.12128005

Whoops, posted the picture to the last one I intended to post, and my favorite, Tales From The Floating Vagabond, 80s comedy RPG about having your own theme music and being awesome.


>> No.12128025
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>> No.12128048

Fuck me a lot, I didn't actually link them. Sorry, it's been a long damn day.

http://www.mediafire.com/?xws2yk2j6oxe0pe for Starship Troopers, and..

http://www.mediafire.com/?29a7f3ff5lc741p for Usagi Yojimbo.

>> No.12128068

Witch Girls Adventures

A game about playing witches at a magical academy in the modern age. As a bonus it can be pretty easily altered to run any kind of "Magical School" scenario you want. A fair number of typos in the book kinda ruins the enjoyment, but still worth taking a look at if its your thing.


>> No.12129100

I downloaded almost every RPG in here. I know I won't play them, but I still couldn't help myself.

>> No.12129246

.... I love you guys.

>> No.12129266

Glorious thread

>> No.12129346

>It's like Mad Max without Tina Turner

Well fuck you shit then.
If there's no Auntie Entity, there's not point in playin'

>> No.12129389

Ah fuck, not that shit again.

>> No.12129503

This one's page is fucked up and I can'tfind the link to download.

I need this though, one of my players fucking loves Bubblegum crisis.

Also the starship troopers one is messed up too.

>> No.12129514
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Apocalypse Prevention

You're working against the Devil or something.


>> No.12130128

Same here. I haven't even read 99% of the ones I grabbed. Probably never will.

>> No.12130160

Yeah, but one day I might be in a situation were I get to run a game for a bunch of newbies, and they'll ask, "So what are we going to play?" And I'll respond, "I don't know. How about ANYTHING YOU COULD EVER WANT?"

>> No.12130201

anyone got fairy meat?

>> No.12130211

I own this.

>> No.12130290

that sounds dirty

>> No.12130813

I've got several downloads on both man, but here you go again:
Bubblegum Crisis
Starship Troopers.

>> No.12130858

So what's the system like?

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>> No.12131607

I just downloaded it and I definitely agree. It reads like an angsty rant on a message board.

Although... I'm not sure, is anyone here familiar with the idea of a message board?

>> No.12131641

Fairy meat. a simple game about fairies that eat...fairies.

>> No.12131815

I love how this thread refuses to die.

>> No.12132086

I think I downloaded about everything except Bikini Babes, the monstergirl one, and furry pirates.


>> No.12132135


Gone With The Blastwave, now in RPG form! Some folks on myth-weavers.com came up with this, I just made it a pdf. I've never been able to find the damn thing again (even with their threads bookmarked), so it may be missing a the newest updates. Still, its a decent, loose set of rules for post-apocalyptic wartime shenanigans!

>> No.12132613

bump this amazing thread

>> No.12133290

holy shit. this might be my new favorite game.
also, you guys should check out Jaws of the Six Serpents, really good rules-lite sword and sorcery fantasy game.
While I'm at it, anyone ever here or the dictionary of Mu?

>> No.12134566


Fading Suns 2E.
Dune meets Metabarons meets Star Wars.
You probably heard of this one, but it seems a rare find.

>> No.12135067

>>12127101 Seriously, did you even read the book?
Ok, I might have exaggerated a little bit in my original post, but yes I owend and played the first edition (even got a print of the first limited edition). I knew the game since before it got it make-up remade and it was basically "Fallout-europe".

Playing the game after it's remade makeup, even playing the few fractions that could get along pretty ok, there was always a player afraid of loosing his only power source (fraction/tribe) by gettin along, to well with the others... clusterfuck ensured...

Combine this with the first book just being a setup for metaplot without enough meat to play with the presented conflicts (Just for example the books states that the degenesis-africans are trying to get a foot into spain to invade europe. Playing either fraction-do you get a clue how hard or easy this will be? In the end it's pure handwavium. The posthumans "vs." the normal humans? Wait for the metaplot. The proposed coming of the "messiah" of the apocalipticans? Wait for the metaplot...).

In Hindsight I still consider the first edition of the game a total waste of money and time.

>>12126771 My good Sir, I think you might have the first edition in mind.

Absolutely. Didn't really belive they would change the setting for the second edition (I thought the change was was mostly about the shitty system). That might earn the game a second chance.

>> No.12135927
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Forgotten Futures

This is more 'scientific romance' than 'steampunk', as the game was written for Verne- or pulp-themed adventures, but the rules are simple enough that it could be used for just about any steampunk setting.

You can download the pdf from the publisher's site for free, but the link is often broken, so here's an upload.


>> No.12136043

I'm just gonna bump, if nobody minds.

>> No.12136380
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Been wanting to thank an congratulate you for that game for a while. Great job you did there.

Rêve, the Dream Ouroboros. Sort of like the French D&D. Bit old design wise. But still holds up well at what it did right: great mood.


>> No.12136410


Mentioning this since it's on free download too.

Runequest Slayers.

I love a game in which fatigue is a greater enemy than blades. A bit gritty and silly game.

>> No.12136437

This thread... should we archive it?

>> No.12136469
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Agon, by John Harper. A beautiful game system, in a weird competitive game about becoming the greatest Greek hero for your God(dess).



>> No.12136569

> This thread... should we archive it?
Been archived for a while:


>> No.12136600
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Insylum. What happens to your CoC characters when they finally kick the sanity bucket ?

Can they make it back to society or are they condemned to insane dreamings and the intolerable lucid flashes they'll wish had never happened ?


>> No.12136750
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The Gentlemen's Entomology Club

A lot like Baron Munchausen, only with the mandatory inclusion of off-the-wall philosophical statements during your ramblings.


>> No.12136894

Conspiracy of Shadows.

All is in the title. There is a conspiracy out there, you know it. It *is* going to change you, whether you fight it or fight for it. Blood will be spilled, in back-allays, lies will be told to your friends and loved ones. Demented foes will turn out to be the best friend you have.

Just how far are you willing to go ?


>> No.12136969

Cold City and Hot War

World War II happens much as in our history, but the Nazi obsession with the occult and science bore strange and twisted fruit: the reanimated dead, extra-dimensional portals and the things which came through and altered humans. In Cold City, the players are members of the Reserve Police Agency, an international task force set up to deal with the remnants of Twisted Technology. In Hot War, the players are members of the Special Situations Group, set up by the remnants of the British government to deal with unusual situations in post-apocalyptic London after the Cuban Missile Crisis starts a shooting war in which Twisted Technology was deployed on both sides.

Both games' systems are quite similar, but different. They're dead simple, with some rather interesting Trust mechanics. You can get bonuses when working together if you trust the other characters, but when different agendas come into play, those trust bonuses can get turned against you. Each character has personal and factional agendas, either from their different countries in Cold City, or from different branches of government and society in Hot War.

An awesome mix of Call of Cthulhu, Paranoia, the Third Man, Quatermass and STALKER.

brb, uploading them in a moment

>> No.12137013
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This one was made by namefag From Hell's Heart.
He drops the PDFs every now and then, although I haven't seen him since some anons told him his sales pitch made it sound shit.

It's short, free, and not the worst 'dark fantasy' I've ever seen. It's kinda dull until you apply the Hunter splat from the second link.


>> No.12137034
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I... I think I love you.

>> No.12137043

Google for "Fading Suns Archive" or "Fading Suns Torrent" gets you a link to a 1gb or so download of FS stuff. It's a good read.

>> No.12137049 [DELETED] 
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INSYLUM, a role-playing-game by Dennis Detwiller, has players locked away in an asylum as Patients, with the gamesmaster playing the asylum Facilitator hoping to cure them. The Patients are all linked in a strange and vague way, all recollecting fragments of their past. At night they are able to escape their cells, venturing out into a surreal dreamscape beyond the walls of the asylum, known as The Night World. Explore the Hastur Mythos.


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>> No.12137730

Holy fuck, this is still alive? Damn.

Downloading motherfucking everything.

>> No.12137745

Why has this thread not been archived yet?

>> No.12137785


It has already been archived. See >>12136569

>> No.12137880

Can someone put these on Mediafire or MegaUpload or something? Rapidshare allows 10 downloads for a free user, and they're all removed at this point.

>> No.12137896


Also this:


>> No.12137957


JAGS: Wonderland.

Awesome setting, shitty system. Convert it to your favourite generic system, which is easy since the system it uses is generic to begin with. Perhaps the single greatest horror setting in existence. Basically, you've been inflicted by a new mental illness psychiatrists won't acknowledge. You think you're descending to another layer of existence, to a place known as Wonderland.

Only, it's not in your head. Wonderland is real, and it's alive. It infects people and uses them to infect others. Wonderland is coming, and it wants to drag us all down into it.


The Book of Knots, essentially the GM section of the game, containing all the secrets about the setting, enemies, Caretakers and so on.

>> No.12137959


Uploaded the two I downloaded.

Insylum: http://www.mediafire.com/?mb94sq8qvfkrq7m

Conspiracy of Shadow: http://www.mediafire.com/?1juziv1dc1sd3aj

>> No.12137965

Can someone re-upload this?

>> No.12137999


There you have Agon, at the very least. A nice game for a single session of fun, but not really a game for extended campaigns.

>> No.12138024

Somehow, nobody has posted this yet:
Dogs in the Vineyard
It's like Dark Heresy, but with Mormons in the Wild West.

>> No.12138071


Since you didn't post a download link, I'll post it.

Dogs in the Vineyard:

>> No.12138178

Can anyone post alts to the megaupload links? Some asshole on campus is downloading a 4GB file so I can't use that site for awhile.

>> No.12138212



This one was still missing in the reposts. Sorry for rapidshare, but it's all that seems to work from that comp...

>> No.12138230

Can someone upload this again?

>> No.12138235


Sure. Tell me the ones that you want the most, and I'll upload them to mediafire.

>> No.12138250

I'd probably be able to upload something too.

>> No.12138255

>Rêve, the Dream Ouroboros

This one please.

>> No.12138257

Sorry, I meant Agon.

>> No.12138262

On it...

>> No.12138265

Dang it, I just ran out of free RS... now have to wait nearly 10 minutes. Thanks for re uploading though!

>> No.12138269


>> No.12138287

Since the Bear is uploading Reve, I uploaded Agon to mediafire. Enjoy:

Agon: http://www.mediafire.com/?jrkf2hq3ovd8s2l

>> No.12138296

You two are pretty legit!

>> No.12138318

Reve - Dream Ouroboros mirror:

>> No.12138339

thank you very much.

>> No.12138390

Does someone have Machine Dream?

>> No.12138410

Can anyone upload this on something other than megaupload?

>> No.12138426

Mediafire suits you?
It'll take a moment.

>> No.12138463

Normally I'm OK with megaupload, but I'm the guy who has someone else on campus downloading a 4GB file from MU so I can't download anything atm.

>> No.12138477

The Mountain Witch mirror:

>> No.12138507
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Have some cutebolds for your trouble!

>> No.12138548

Does anyone have the original Chaosium RuneQuest?

I've only been able to find the later editions.

>> No.12138617

Also, since I didn't see them here:


Wisher, Theurge, Fatalist

>> No.12138654

>Wisher, Theurge, Fatalist
Why you do dis? This will lead to horror and confusion.

>> No.12138693

I am a bad person. Also, I genuinely love it (just not as a game).

>> No.12138741

Please elaborate on what this game is.

>> No.12138780

Reality is an illusion.
Those who seek to understand it corrode their understanding of it. In naïveté,
objects are solid, ideas are true or false, sensations are real, and
communication conveys information. To the adept, these things are as fading
There is no object that is not also emptiness.
There is no arbiter of truth.
Sensations are the lies of Maya; they are the shifting of electrical patterns in
the brain; they are signifiers without referent.
Communication is violence.
Reality is false.
It does not matter how many layers one peels back. It does not matter what
revelations one has. This is because there is no truth.
We are things that we have dreamed, and there is no sense in it, and when the
sleeper wakes we shall be washed away.

>> No.12138781
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Download it and find out!

>> No.12138971

Oh hey, it's Polaris.

Hopefully Ben Lehman won't find me and kill me now.

>> No.12139143
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I have no idea where I found this, but ever since I've always been fascinated with the idea of a RPG that fit on a single page, ideally as some kind of character sheet that had the rules for your numbers posted right next to where you wrote the numbers down in the first place.

Anyway, here's Drunken Bear Fighter, the RPG.

The Moscow Underground is menaced by drunken (and occasionally criminal) bears. It is your job to stop them.

>> No.12139315

>mfw I read the image

Best game ever?

>15+ havera
What are you talking about captcha? That's some jailbait.

>> No.12139329
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Forgot my image... stupid captcha

>> No.12139335

Officially awesome.

>> No.12139391
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The Shadow of Yesterday

I personally find the sword'n'sorcery setting is nothing to write home about, but the mechanics of the game are very inspiring.


Worth contrasting with the aspects system of games like Spirit of the Century or Houses of the Blooded.

(Both are good and similar in aim but have very different results on playstyles)


>> No.12139408
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Houses of the Blooded


A game that set out to be the anti-D&D. Instead of aimless adventurers roaming the land, looking for trouble, you play various nobles of a fantastic race whose sole concern is dicking each other over in a tragic blood opera. Contains equal quantities of romance, beauty, backstabbing and war.

Surprisingly fun

>> No.12139440
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Don't Walk in Winter Wood.

No seriously, don't. There's... things out there.

Basically a collaborative storytelling game about telling ghost-stories set in Colonial New England.

>> No.12139456



Forgot my link

>> No.12139487 [DELETED] 



Remember that American colony that just disappeared, leaving only the word "Croatoan" marked on a tree? Well you're there. And shit is about to get real. A rules-light game of action or horror or whatever the fuck you want, based on Wushu.

>> No.12139515


My, nice synchronicity.

Dust Devils, a gritty cow boys game using poker and cards mechanics. Pretty nice for one shots I find.


>> No.12139521
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Remember that American colony that just disappeared, leaving only the word "Croatoan" marked on a tree? Well you're there. And shit is about to get real. A rules-light game of action or horror or whatever the fuck you want, based on Wushu.

>> No.12139536

Can anyone do non-megaupload? Preferable mediafire.

>> No.12139557

>The file you are trying to access is temporarily unavailable.

>> No.12139561
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Oh, and have the first installment of Transmission, which is basically a magazine about Hot War. This edition expands on the Quatermass-inspired bits of Hot War. And Quatermass is always good.

>> No.12139574


Try again, it's working for me.

>> No.12139594

Just did

The Shadow of Yesterday

Houses of the Blooded

Don't Walk In Winter Woods

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>> No.12139625
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And now for a /tg/ exclusive:

There is a place outside of normal existence called the Silhouette Rouge, a place where the conscious and subconscious merge, where the real and unreal are one in the same. The Sarcophagi, creatures lacking memory and identity, are imprisoned within this place. They walk the Silhouette Rouge hoping to divine its secrets for only revelation and enlightenment can grant them release.

Noumenon is a role-playing game of mystery and abstraction. Players assume the roles of the Sarcophagi, strange insect-like creatures trapped within the Silhouette Rouge. During their adventures, players will encounter bizarre entities and explore strange locations. The Silhouette Rouge, Noumenon's setting, is detailed enough to spark the imagination yet open enough to allow customization. In Noumenon, player cooperation is key. Noumenon uses a domino-based task resolution system that enables players to build upon each other's successes.

Transcendence or damnation? The Silhouette Rouge beckons.


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>> No.12139733
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Damnit, I keep forgetting shit.

Have a link.


>> No.12139879

That would be a lot cooler if the mystery was an actual mystery... There was an island of Croatoan right off the shore that was filled with people who mysteeeeeriously looked half white and half American Indian. Go figure. It was never a mystery to anyone ever. Yes, I'm nitpicky ¬_¬

>> No.12139893


Pure white people half breeding with red savages?!

Nonsense, sir, it clear that devilry is afoot!

>> No.12140080


Next you're going to tell me Dyatlov Pass was just some guys getting a bit cold. And that the Bloop is a block of ice.

Stop sucking the fun out of mysteries man.

And anyway, that game just uses Roanoke as the basis. You can do loads of stuff not even involving the colony.

>> No.12140148

>Implying the Bloop isn't Cthulhu.

>> No.12140163


a bunch of ad&d, TMNT, ghostbusters. rifts and cthulutech

>> No.12140507

does anyone have a copy of the Shard rpg because from reading about it on wikipedia it actually looks surprisingly interesting and if not then could someone also direct me towards Ironclaw and Jadeclaw

also I am not a furry it's just that these games look interesting and I'm a huge fan of Usagi Yojimbo and I figured that these might make for an interesting read

also as payment for my request have a copy of All Tomorrows, which while it's not an actual rpg it would make for a bitching Sci-Fi or Science Fantasy setting

>> No.12140662
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Anthropomorphic representations of whatever engage in petty disputes for the betterment of their noble house analogue. This has major ramifications on the mundane world reflecting what you represent, but this rarely actually matters.

It's sorta pretentious, in the way that Bill Gates is sorta rich.


>> No.12140682


Also completely unplayable. Great ideas, though.

>> No.12140748


Uploaded it the other day, but must be off now.

>> No.12140783

>I am not a furry it's just that
>I'm a huge fan of Usagi Yojimbo

Yes you are, that's what a furry is, a fan of media revolving around anthropomorphic fauna.

>> No.12140832

There's furry and then there's funny animals.
Someone who enjoys media with funny animal characters =/= furry. Having a specific interest in the idea of anthropomorphic characters, beyond just having an interest in the media they appear in, = furry.

>> No.12140854

And the furry calls in TVTropes to defend him. Can we please stay on topic?

>> No.12140865

TVTropes gave me cancer.

>> No.12140875
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has this been archived yet?

pic unrelated

>> No.12140877

TVTropes has zero credibility, period. Look through Troper Tales in any of the following sections:
>Pregnant Badass
>Action Girl
>Crowning Moment of Awesome
>Cute Bruiser
>Took a Level in Badass
I'd go on, but I'm already hemorrhaging blood from my ears and nose.

>> No.12140991 [DELETED] 
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Here's something I found a while ago:
Pokethulhu. Pokemon meets Lovecraft.

>> No.12141023

FINE. (Different anon here, by the way)

Here's something I found a while ago:
Pokethulhu. Pokemon meets Lovecraft.

>> No.12141030
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Forgot my picture.

>> No.12141054


One of those tropers does not know where her vagina is. She had to be shown with a fucking diagram.


>> No.12141229


But that's not true, Furry conventions were formed by people of both types in the 80s, that's where the term 'furry' comes from.

>> No.12141310

>There's furry and then there's funny animals.

The article you linked to explicitly says that they are synonyms.

>> No.12141325


Furry fan here. Explaining this is going to cause more drama than it's worth.

To the kind gentlemen here posting rpgs. Thanks all of it. I'm stoked to try out the grimms brothers one.

>> No.12141391


wtf its been here for atleast 3 days now.

good thread tho.

>> No.12141567

7chan is back and with it the epic /r/ thread in their /tg/


>> No.12141588

Yes, I agree. This is a great thread, and arguing what furry means is entirely pointless. There are furry haters who like TMNT and Duck Tails, and there are furries who swear that those are just as furry as a Doug Winger comic. Neither side will agree with the other, and the entire thread will eventually autosage because a bunch of trolls trying to troll other trolls will get into a furry flamewar.

Let's all just relax and circlejerk eachother over some good obscure RPG systems, and pretend like the word 'furry' doesn't exist for the rest of the thread, shall we?

>> No.12141787

>There are furry haters who like TMNT and Duck Tails

Sorry, words have actual meanings. Those things are obviously furry, and people who like them and hate furries are simply one kind of furry hating another kind of furry.

Also you don't get to say "let's stop talking about X" while at the same time pontificating upon X.

>> No.12141813

My girlfriend thinks the playboy bunny outfit is furry.

Is that a decent example of people taking furry hatred too far?

>> No.12141819



sage for thread moving towards shit

>> No.12141836

I was pontificating on the pontification of X.

Yes, words have meaning, but arguing that meaning here is poinless and will end up in far more than the... what is this, like the 10th post in here about furries? People here are NOT going to agree on the definition, NO MATTER WHO IS RIGHT. Arguing the definition of furries should be in a 'Let's argue the definition of furries' thread, and not a 'Hey, let's post obscure RPG systems we like' thread.

So let's not have a pointless argument here, and let's ALSO not have a pointless argument over whether this or that actually are pointless arguments.

>> No.12141878
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Come on guys, Usagi yojimbo isn't furry. In over 100 issues there hasn't been anything more than kissing and no nudity. The characters may be animals but that's as far as it goes.

>> No.12141895


Nice troll there, son.

>> No.12141903

Well, it wouldn't be a thread in 4chan without a stupid argument.

>> No.12141906


What on earth possessed you to post this?

Anything you hope to accomplish by saying all that could be better achieved by just keeping your big mouth shut.

>> No.12142081

Enough furry bullshit.

Panty Explosion.
It's sort of like Call of Cthulhu crossed with a schoolgirl anime. From the actual PDF:

What is Panty Explosion?
Panty Explosion is an adventure game about Psychic and mundane Japanese schoolgirls battling nightmarish demons, ghost, government agents and often each other. It’s also a game about enduring high school, making friends, besting rivals, achieving goals and having fun in modern Japan.

In Panty Explosion you and your friends take the role of Japanese High School girls. At least one of you will have Psychic powers. As a group you will create a story about how your Students survived and triumphed against the adversity of otherworldly demons, shadowy agents and the Japanese educational system. Read the rules on the following pages to discover how to create a Student and play the game.


>> No.12142152


Some of them are actually useful, as long as they're about things, not people.

Like the TroperTales section of the 'Gargle Blaster' page.
The first example is of a drink called 'Thor's Hammer,' which is apparently exactly like lemonade.
Except instead of water you use Everclear.

See, apt, on topic, and not very subjective.

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/tg/: easily trolled

We have 100 posts left before this thread autosages, so let's get on it.


Surreal noir about a giant city surrounded by wasteland. It's kind of weird.


>> No.12144510

I feel bad fort taking all of these and not giving in return....

>> No.12144609


Take 'em now, share 'em later if you find someone looking for them. It all works out in the end.

>> No.12144919


Hyperborean Mice. Redwall with magic. The magic system is actually pretty nifty, and much more suited to utilitarian purposes then combat. "Mousey" magic as they call it.

>> No.12145078


...in Spaaace! Goofy, brief, weird coin-flip system. Kind of like The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the RPG.

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Battle Lords of the 23rd century. Kind of simulationist scifi where you are generally a merc working for a supercorp

If I'm not mistaken, an olden edition than the one pictured is on /rs/

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The Secret of Zir'An. It's a bit like Ebberon, where magic replaces technology in a pulp setting. Rune magic for utility, using the power left by the gods. Shadow magic for being a ninja, basically.

The gods have left, and each race is a successive failure on their part. Elves who were coddled and immortal. Dwarves no longer sheltered beneath the earth. Humans, given no expectations. Idiot savant giants. Dark-fey beastmen (not really planned for).

Core Gamebook
Hand of Fate Book (GM Guide)

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Magic only replaces technology in certain parts of the world--the most advanced nations have mundane electrical power and a general technology level matching about the mid-1930s (including radio!).

>realizes what he's implied by saying this

>> No.12146659

Dawn of Worlds update I just found posted in another thread. As I understand its like playing civilization from the PoV of a god.


>> No.12146680

ITT terrible RPGs that are obscure for a reason

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>> No.12147045

Anyone has Universalis?

>> No.12147298


It takes more effort to write an RPG than it does to upload it, or even scan it.

So your guilt is misplaced if you feel bad for not rewarding the poster but don't give a shit about not rewarding the author. Buy the ones you like, that way everyone gets rewarded.

Author writes RPG -> Scanner like it, scans it, uploads it -> Other people like it, propagate it -> Leechers download it, like it, buy it -> Author is rewarded with money -> Author writes more, similar games -> Scanner/uploaders are rewarded with more games they like.

>> No.12147366

Hellas - World of Sun and Stone. Star Wars meets Greek mythology.


>> No.12147381

Hollow Earth Expedition. A pulp RPG where you venture to the centre of the world where time has stopped. There are dinosaurs, vikings, conquistadors, Neanderthals, monsters and ancient ruins. Also, Nazis, because every pulp game with occult parts to it needs Nazis.


>> No.12147429

And since I'm a giant Savage Worlds fan as well, I'll share some of my favourite settings with you all.


50 Fathoms: Pirate fantasy. The world has basically been drowned, leaving only a few islands every here and there. You sail around generally being awesome. Also, dorfs are replaced by crabs, which is sweet.


Rippers: Victorian England is under siege by the forces of darkness, and only the Rippers, a mysterious organization of adventurers, magic wielders and holy men can oppose them. The Rippers have learned how to take parts of monsters and graft them to their own bodies, giving them an edge against the forces of darkness. Basically League of Extraordinary Gentlemen meets some kind of fucked up surgeon horror story.


Sundered Skies: The world has exploded. All that remains are a few fragments floating around in an endless void lit by a sinister glow that mutates people into raging monsters. Water is rare, metal is even rarer, and the gods walk among mortals.


Hellfrost: Fantasy setting set in a world stuck in a permanent ice age. One year, winter never ended. The world was slowly covered in snow, with only southernmost parts capable of sustaining civilization. Has a distinct viking flavour, and you can ride mammoths, which is kind of awesome.

>> No.12147637

Can someone reupload Reve - Dream Ouroboros? Bear's link isn't working for me.

>> No.12147700

Something like... Send Space perhaps?

>> No.12147715


Sure. MF is fine, it's just that particular upload seems bad - if you look it up on rs search it says:

[Reve - Dream_Ouroboros.pdf] 1KB Today /tg/ mf

>> No.12147738

Damn, you posted all the books I already have. Don't happen to have some of the Hellfrost Region Guides, do you?

>> No.12147876

Mediafire states that the server the file is hosted one is currently not available.

Reve mirror, another:

>> No.12147903

I was somewhat surprised to see that Houses of the Bloodes uses FATE system. I've been reading about it recently but thought I knew about all the FATE systems that exist.

>> No.12147926

It doesn't.
It just uses similar names for certain elements of the system. The system however is quite unique.

>> No.12147950

I see, the terminology appeared all the same when I skimmed through the rules chapters. Aspects, invokes, compels and tagging. I'll need to put aside some time for a more careful read.

>> No.12148158


Thanks Bear.

>> No.12148795

Thank you!

>> No.12148863

This thread is so full of win

>> No.12148992

Fuck yes, this thread.

>> No.12149363



Glad to see this thread is still here.

Seeing it, though, makes me realize what may be RPG's biggest problem: not pirating (you silly), but rather that there is too much awesome/interesting stuff created for a market too small to absorb it.

Just an idle thought.

>> No.12149393

This thread has entered autosage territory.

As the OP, I would like to thank all the contributors. A special mocking goes to the furry troll who tried to derail the thread and almost succeeded.

Godspeed, good thread. See you in the archives.

>Conquered burphent

This thread has conquered many burphents, Captcha.

>> No.12149453


Well, thanks to you Op for starting it. I really enjoyed it. Almost three full days on a board, that's a lot.

>> No.12149513


Wow, thanks Anonymous!

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