Over the last two decades, The Big List of RPG Plots has been cited, quoted, thanked and excerpted in articles for computer-game design, a book on Hollywood screenwriting, and more than a few pen-and-paper RPGs. I wrote it in 1993 as an article submission for Pyramid magazine (they rejected it). I later tried to shop it to Dragon and Shadis and others... [click here for more]
The MYNT system is designed to focus on storytelling through roleplaying. It can work with any setting. Combat is possible but it is not the focus of this system. It was designed to get players doing more than swinging swords or shooting blasters with the aim of beating a particular number in order to succeed. Action and adventure occur through twists and not continued success on the part of the hero.... [click here for more]
Before you take the plunge on Sixcess Core check out the Quickstart Rules!
This brief overview of Sixcess (6S) condensed down into 7 pages will give you the basics of how 6S works and what it can offer your gaming experience as well as some insight into what the full book offers.
Clean and easy to read or print.
The Quickstart Rules also include a free sample adventure set in a (mostly) generic... [click here for more]
Business card character sheets for the D6xD6 RPG, suitable for printing on card stock and cutting on the dotted lines, or for use with perforated business-card stock such as Avery 8371.
For a draft of the D6xD6 core rules and five sample settings, plus a list of other worlds in development, visit www.d6xd6.com. Or purchase the best-selling D6xD6 Core Book or D6xD6 Expanded... [click here for more]
Dr. Nik’s Happy Fun Rules is easy to learn, just as easy to master, and makes for fast, simple play that puts role-playing above complicated rule mechanics. These FUDGE based rules are campaign independent, work equally well in any genre or setting, and are designed to be light and hyper-flexible. Dr. Nik’s Happy Fun Rules is designed for fast interactive story-telling and is not intended... [click here for more]
EPICS has been redesigned into the DESTINY system - however, the EPICS system is still avalible for pay-what-you-want here!
EPICS - Deserve to Survive! The old days when players could sit around the table, roll a few dice, and win the day (while barely paying attention) are gone. Now the players will have to think about their characters and role-play as well as fight, if they want to survive. This... [click here for more]