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  • Tabletop Role
  • Vurt: The Tabletop Roleplaying Game is an RPG based on the visionary and hallucinatory science fiction of author Jeff Noon (who won the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Vurt in 1994). (kickstarter.com)
  • The ability to seamlessly transition to the shared dreamscapes of the Vurt and then back to Manchester's gritty cyberpunk scene without missing a beat - without having to change the game in any way or fumble with changing game mechanics - is what makes Vurt: The Tabletop Roleplaying Game so perfectly suited to the incredible versatility of the Cypher System by Monte Cook Games. (kickstarter.com)
  • In Vurt: The Tabletop Roleplaying Game, you're free from the constricting tropes of other games where you get nudged into playing the brawny giant or the stealthy assassin or the buxom sorceress or whatever. (kickstarter.com)
  • Those things are decades behind what you'll be able to be and do in Vurt: The Tabletop Roleplaying Game. (kickstarter.com)
  • We think Vurt: The Tabletop Roleplaying Game is going to resonate with a huge number of gamers, gamers who'll be more comfortable and more adventurous playing it than any other role-playing game because it's liberating. (kickstarter.com)
  • It's not a universe that cliches will feel at home in, and your party's ability to smoothly transition into Vurt worlds and back is what makes Vurt: The Tabletop Roleplaying Game able to be played again and again while your characters advance to new heights within it. (kickstarter.com)
  • rules
  • These are the rules for the imvu roleplay. (imvu.com)
  • On a scale of rules complexity/depth with 1 being rules-light and 10 being rules-heavy, how 'crunchy' do you like a roleplaying rules system to be? (meetup.com)
  • This book comprises a roleplaying game system, a framework of rules aimed at allowing players to enact a sort of improvisational radio theater-only without microphones-and with dice determining whe-ther the characters succeed or fail at what they attempt to do. (chaosium.com)
  • Chaosium's Basic Roleplaying system reconciles these different flavors of the system and brings many variant rules together between the covers of one book, something that has never been done before. (chaosium.com)
  • As you've been helping us get the word out, you've been also unlocking some fun free bonus products - and with your help we've now unlocked all six of these bonuses, meaning you'll be getting a complete free 32-page Mindjammer Quickstart, with pregenerated characters, an introductory scenario DOMINION, and an overview of the basic rules, so you can get playing right away! (kickstarter.com)
  • Widely regarded as one of the best rules-light role-playing game systems ever published (as presented in over a dozen RPGs), the Tri-Stat System is the ideal game engine for all your campaign needs. (rpgnow.com)
  • system
  • By design, this work is not a reinvention of Basic Roleplaying nor a significant evolution of the system. (chaosium.com)
  • If you've already played Numenera or The Strange, then you're already familiar with the flexibility and ease of the Cypher System rulebook and it's capacity for facilitating great adventures. (kickstarter.com)
  • Featuring a scalable system, point-based character creation, and intuitive combat and task resolution, Tri-Stat dX: Core System is an inexpensive exploration into essential and advanced role-playing techniques and methods. (rpgnow.com)
  • book
  • It is the only Pathfinder book you will ever need to start playing, but if you're like me you'll eventually want more. (paizo.com)
  • fully
  • As of 3-1-15, this is the first and only complete version of zelda for the Ti-89 that you can play from beginning to end, which is fully functional. (ticalc.org)
  • characters
  • Synopsis written by Ian Scott Frazier, Ultima V: Lazarus) Ultima V - Highlights: - 400 hours of game play - classic turn based RPG - 26 menu driven commands - user commands up to 6 party members - 175 NPC (non-playable characters) - NPCs have detailed conversations scripts - NPCs have a unique daily schedules. (ticalc.org)