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Posted 1/11/18
I am a big player of Table top RPGs, Mainly Pathfinder but I have a big collection of games on my shelves and even more in PDF. At present I am GMing Mutants & Masterminds (a superhero RPG)

I poked around and could't see a general RPG thread so I thought I would start one up.

Are there games you enjoy, games you are curious about, have a favorite character or story to tell.

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On a more Anime specific line there are some really nice Anime based RPGs out there if you are looking for some

Maid is a fun little one where the Players are all maids (or maybe a Butler) in the service of the Master (IE:The GM). It can be a lot of silly fun as long as the GM doesn't get too abusive as the Master of the house.

Ryutama is a very enjoyable, family friendly RPG about people travelling in a Fantasy world. In a lot of ways it's a sort of group world building exercise as the Players details the world through their journey

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I've played 3.5, Pathfinder, and 4.0, I have a working knowledge of 5.0 thanks to Critical Role. Pathfinder is by far my preferred of the three and I've played over 95% of my games in that and DM a small group myself. Definitely a fun time if you can get a good group together.
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Immerael wrote:

I've played 3.5, Pathfinder, and 4.0, I have a working knowledge of 5.0 thanks to Critical Role. Pathfinder is by far my preferred of the three and I've played over 95% of my games in that and DM a small group myself. Definitely a fun time if you can get a good group together.


I'm lucky on that one. have a group that have been playing pretty near every friday since high school with rotating GMs (as you can see from my age, we've been going a long time now). Mostly it's Pathfinder but we tend to branch out every so often. Like right now with Mutants & Masterminds.

For our next Pathfinder game though I'm hoping to give the Spheres of Power & Might rules a run. It's a 3rd party Pathfinder produce that revamps Magic and Combat mechanics. It's got a lot of possitive feeback and is supposed to give a really different feel to Magic and Martial characters.

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