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What's the girliest published RPG out there?

>> No.22910226

Changeling: the Dreaming.

>> No.22910278

Blue Rose

>> No.22910291

Certain iterations of Maid.

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>> No.22910306

Fifty Shades of Greyhawk.

>> No.22910321

that wizards of the coast witch girl thing is probably the girliest one that was meant to be marketed to girls I've seen.

Everything else is pretty homolust (sometimes in a good way)

>> No.22910343

I mean just look at the official site: http://bluerose.greenronin.com/ind.php

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Out of the blue I'd say Witch Girls Adventures

>> No.22910352

I actually played that in a group with Mercedes Lackey once in a game run by Larry Dixon. It was a painfully mediocre experience.

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Oh how I laughed.

Also Op probably one of the touhou ones or /tg/ made ones like the magical girl stuff (usually excellent but I wouldn't be caught dead running it)

>> No.22910420

I can imagine. One of my ex's love Mercedes Lackey and tried to get into it. It's like you said "painfully mediocre".

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>> No.22910469

Do you know what the witch girl game is called?

>> No.22910493

That game is fucking deceiving.

>Polymorph anyone who opposes to you.
>They retain their conscience, but are subject to being crushed, eaten or stomped as long as they are morphed.
>Girls found it amusing.

Made no mistake, it may be targeted to little gals, but is a fucking manual on dictatorship and torture.

>> No.22910539

That's how girls operate, Anon. They don't need manuals to dictate and torture.

>> No.22910547

Not sure what the girliest is, but the one that got the most girls into RPGs is, by a ridiculous margin, Vampire the Masquerade. Girls played it and, during its heyday, you could introduce girls to roleplaying games by inviting them to play it with your group. That wouldn't work with any RPG before then, although it might work these days.

>> No.22910555

Hot Guys Making Out
>a yaoi role-playing game, set in the Spanish Civil War, in which a tormented nobleman and his young ward attempt to resist their forbidden love for each other, and fail.

>> No.22910589

Car Lesbians?

>> No.22910602

>Satisfying male fetishes
Not sure you understood the question.

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>> No.22910627

>starring Antonio Banderas and young Antonio Banderas

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I think someone on /tg/ once made an RPG for playing... What, dime romance novels? Things like Wuthering Heights, I think.

It was... surreal. I think this may have come from that thread, but I could be imaging things.

>> No.22910736


Mediocre? You're breaking my dreams dude. I would have expected that to be pretty dope.

>> No.22910738

I'd say the nWoD supplement Girl: The Womaning is pretty girly.

>> No.22910784

Dime novels were serials. Wuthering Heights actually wasn't one. They were more the "proper-lady gets kidnapped by redskins" of the civil-war era, USA. Interestingly, it's more accurate to portray Dickens as belonging to the genre, even though he's widely regarded as one of the greatest authors to ever write in English.

>> No.22910816

Like how Neil Gaiman writes comic books.

>> No.22910822

Larry runs an intense game of Spycraft and Shadowrun, so there's that. His heart just really wasn't in it that night and you could tell he was just running it for his wife.

>> No.22910845

Fair enough for comparison. I like his novels pretty well.

Are you honestly name-dropping on /tg/ as anon? 'Cuz damn--that's weird.

>> No.22910858

It's a manual on /d/eviancy.

>> No.22910888

It's weird because it's being done pragmatically and you're interpreting it as boasting.

>> No.22910893

I don't remember what the genre was specifically. It was trashy, vaguely victorian romance novels, though. Some guy lost a bet and had to write a (simple) system for it as a bet.

Again, extremely surreal.

>> No.22910929

It's weird 'cuz it's weird--I'm not projecting anything. But that's cool.

>> No.22910966

Alright then.

>> No.22911124

Found it.

>> No.22911561

I'm halfway through that thread, and do they ever tell you which dice type to use? The TN adjustments being +/- 1 seems to imply it should be a tiny die to me or something, like using d6 pools and taking the highest two rolled or something.

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Sailor Moon BESM?

>> No.22911704

I have no idea. I think it was d6. Couldn't say for sure.

>> No.22911895

Witch Girls Adventures.
It is surprisingly dark despite that.

>> No.22912016

Anyone who finds it surprising how dark that has very very little understanding of girls.

>> No.22912333

40k, it's filled with little bitches and played by bigger ones.

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Eh, the ones with the human wizard who drove a magic hotrod, recruits ex-neonazi survivalists to his party (Don't even get me fucking started on how retarded that Compound Raid was...), fucks Kitsune/Dragon hybrids and fucks up unseelie Fae with a Cold Iron crowbar were pretty fucking rad.

I mean, just look at this fucker. He completely looks like the kind of person that would closeline banished Death Gods with magic squares and crowbar Trolls in the face.

>> No.22912811


So they independently invented Shadowrun?

>> No.22913262

Kinda, yeah, now that you mention it.

>> No.22914585

What about Wraethtu or whatever it's called?

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