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Author Topic: Hey there, system gamers! What tabletop rpgs do you own?  (Read 21859 times)

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Offline TheLaughingOne

Re: Hey there, system gamers! What tabletop rpgs do you own?
« Reply #425 on: February 06, 2019, 03:33:19 PM »
Fair nuff.

I am now pissed... was looking for deadlands genesys conversion.. some dipsticks play a game on a youtube vlog.. but make no mention where they got the ruleset. Am pissed... love deadlands.

Offline seasparrow

Re: Hey there, system gamers! What tabletop rpgs do you own?
« Reply #426 on: February 07, 2019, 05:33:32 AM »
That's an impressive list! Some really good systems there too. I wish Genesys was easier to adapt to Elliquiy dice roller :/

Oh thank you! I'm very proud to have played as much as I have in my relatively short time. I've only been playing for 10ish years, but I definitely feel I've developed a strong mastery over a lot of these games. I actually missed a couple including Ironclaw and Pathfinder 2.

Offline Avalon29

Re: Hey there, system gamers! What tabletop rpgs do you own?
« Reply #427 on: February 10, 2019, 09:46:44 PM »
I got the pre-release version of the pdf for Liminal rpg the other day, also got the final text script for the first supplemental which is a more in depth look at the city of London. Really glad I splurged for the physical version because the art is just so darn pretty. Link to some of the art put up on the artist's site https://jasonbehnke.artstation.com/

It's a urban fantasy rpg set in the uk about people who live on the boundary of the supernatural and mortal world, ranging from people who are mostly normal humans aware of the supernatural to various outsider types like changelings and mages. Setting kind of reminds me of a Dresden files mixed with Being human kind of feeling and the investigation of the cases part seems to at least be as important as combat.  System seems pretty simple and uses 2d6 for most checks. Seems like a great fit for a group that likes to have fun with all the non combat stuff.