FU: The Freeform/Universal RPG.
FU is a game of action, adventure and fun! It is a roleplaying game of grand proportions and stupefying simplicity. FU lets you create exciting stories in any setting imaginable, with a minimum of fuss, or even preparation. Some features:
Create interesting characters quickly by creating descriptors.
Resolution mechanic pushes towards interesting narrative with... [click here for more]
The Green and the Tan are fast-playing and fun miniature battle rules to use with plastic army men - you know, the cheap toy soldiers you get from discount stores! Easy for new players to get involved quickly, without having to worry about detailed army lists or complex charts, but detailed enough to provide veteran players with an entertaining diversion too.
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Fantasy Character Hotseat is a game resource that is useful no matter what game or system you are using. It provides more than 240 inspirational prompts that help you create interesting backgrounds and agendas for your fantasy characters. This first Hotseat resource focuses on the iconic fantasy classes of Warrior, Spellcaster and Rogue. It also provides background prompts for the four most... [click here for more]
Gather close and hear the saga of the great warrior, Hrothgar, and his journey home. Many were his triumphs in the years that he explored the north, west and east. Stories of his battle with the Serpent of Iceland, the defeat of the Tyrant of Wales and his tangle with the Witches of Rus were spread from fireside to fireside, wherever men shared tales. But as the weariness of ages grew upon Hrothgar... [click here for more]
A city on the edge. A city smothered in darkness and assaulted from all sides. A city where the desperate will do anything to survive another day. A fantasypunk game of urban adventure.
Verge was written in 24-hours - a single rotation of the Earth upon its axis - as part of a challenge set down at the 1000 Monkeys, 1000 Typewriters forum (www.1km1kt.com). This is the original text - mistakes,... [click here for more]