There are free rpg's and there are open source rpg's. And then there is EABA.
EABA is the result of a lot of thought, hard work and grueling playtesting. We wanted to make a system that was realistic, heroic, fast, flexible and all the other buzzwords you've come to expect. It's got plenty of original ideas, but we're also not afraid to borrow from some of the best games that have... [click here for more]
EABA v2 is a technological and to some extent conceptual evolution of the first edition of EABA (or EABA v1). EABA is the self-mocking acronym for the End All Be All role-playing system, a universal system designed to work with any genre, level of... [click here for more]
A 15 page "test drive" version of the EABA rpg, enough to build adventurers, run combats, use powers and get a feel for the full system before you decide to buy. Don't let the plain cover fool you, that just makes it easier to print. And if you already have EABA, it's a great handout to give to new players so they have something to familiarize themselves with the system. It's free,... [click here for more]
EABAnywhere is somewhere between a lite version of EABA and a LARP version of EABA, an 8-page rpg that is not-quite EABA, yet fully up- and downwards compatible with the full version of the EABA rules. EABAnywhere can be played anywhere, anytime. Walking, driving, with dice or without, using a character sheet that fits in a credit card slot in... [click here for more]
In 2010, the world changes. The expanding universe stretches the fabric of spacetime, and it snaps. Universal constants realign themselves to another stable state, the one that existed ten millennia ago. And everything that was real, becomes real again. Beings of thought and probability and untold power came back into existence as though they had never been gone. The old gods had... [click here for more]
Tabula rasa, a blank slate. CORPS (Complete Omniversal Role Playing System) is the role-playing system that looks at what you want. Rules you can remember. Dice you don't have to use. Guidelines for both new and experienced players. Everything you need in one volume that's half the thickness... [click here for more]
This is a version of EABA specifically formatted for the iPad, and works best with the GoodReader app available from iTunes. In addition to full bookmarks and hyperlinks, a navigation bar has been added to the bottom of each page. It's the way a pdf rpg ought to be.If you have EABA already and have picked up an iPad, you can get this version for only $2! If... [click here for more]