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Aesbeth OP wrote (edited )

Available games in the trove:

  • Abandon All Hope
  • Cyberpunk 2020
  • Deadlands
  • Deadlands Hell on Earth
  • Delta Green
  • Eclipse Phase
  • Fates Worse than Death
  • Feng Shui 2nd Edition
  • In Nomine Satanis Magna Veritas (French Version, 4th and 6th Editions)
  • Macho Women with GUNS
  • Mutant Year Zero
  • Pathfinder
  • Apocalypse System: Apocalyspe World, Blades in the Dark, Urban Shadows, Dead Scare, Lonely World, Shelter.
  • Shadowrun Fifth Edition
  • Starfinder
  • Tales from the Loop
  • The End of the World: Alien Invasion, Wrath of the Gods and Zombie Apocalypse
  • The Esoterrorists
  • Toon
  • Werewolf 20th Anniversary Edition
  • Misc RPG Books: After the Bomb, Albedo, Battle Cattle, Blood Red Sands, Cryptworld, Furry Pirates, In Dark Alleys, Irradiated Fur, Mutant Epoch, Proletariat the Uprising, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Global Edition, The Shotgun Diaries, Usagi Yojimbo
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juliebean OP wrote

Reply to comment by Yunlunuae in Steampunk rpg? by juliebean

PbtA stands for "Powered by the Apocalypse". basically, games that use a system derived from that devised for Apocalypse World. examples include Dungeon World, The Veil, and Monsterhearts, among many others.

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digby wrote

Try roll20! I've had some success playing with strangers over voice chat (via Discord). Works surprisingly well, though there's something to be said about the absence of body language. All the same, it'll give you a chance to play which you might otherwise lack -- plus, you'll be able to try out different systems and playstyles at the same time.

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juliebean wrote

in terms of tabletop games, most of my experience comes from d&d 3/3.5. it was basically all i cared about as a child. i've also got a fondness for the d20 system in general, as well as Pathfinder and GURPS. lately i've been most interested in FATE and PbtA games though, due to the ease of preparation for the GM and the relative ease of pickup for new players.

if we wanna talk video games, i don't actually play much, but fallout 4, skyrim, fable 2, and dragon warrior 3 are all standbys for me. i'm also a huge fan of /f/roguelike games.

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CasuallyCreative wrote (edited )

Shit. Uh....

The only RPGs I've ever played are 5e DnD, FATE, and a few single-player rpgs. None of my friends are interesting in RPGs and I'm too busy to look for a new group, let alone a compatible one.

I hope these rpg subforums get moving. I'd really like seeing some leftist conversations on slaying the dragon-bourgeoisie.

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