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Re: Worlds to be discussed here?

Posted: Sat Feb 13, 2016 7:36 pm
by Big Mac
Yaztromo wrote:Let me add a mention for the Fighting Fantasy world of Titan, and its "3+1" continents: Allansia, Khul, The Old World and the "Unknown Continent".
Titannica is the "reference wiki: http://fightingfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/F ... _Titannica
There are some tabletop roleplaying products for Fighting Fantasy. I can't remember if they have been discussed on The Piazza. I don't remember if they were d20 System or if they had invented a bespoke Fighting Fantasy RPG System for them. (You kind of would expect Fighting Fantasy adventures to be one-player adventures, that don't need a GM. :) )

Re: Worlds to be discussed here?

Posted: Sun Feb 14, 2016 2:15 am
by Knightfall
Big Mac wrote:
Yaztromo wrote:Let me add a mention for the Fighting Fantasy world of Titan, and its "3+1" continents: Allansia, Khul, The Old World and the "Unknown Continent".
Titannica is the "reference wiki: http://fightingfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/F ... _Titannica
There are some tabletop roleplaying products for Fighting Fantasy. I can't remember if they have been discussed on The Piazza. I don't remember if they were d20 System or if they had invented a bespoke Fighting Fantasy RPG System for them. (You kind of would expect Fighting Fantasy adventures to be one-player adventures, that don't need a GM. :) )
List of Fighting Fantasy gamebooks

Re: Examples of Worlds to be discussed here

Posted: Sun Feb 14, 2016 8:15 am
by Ashtagon
That list is definitely incomplete. I know there were at least a few of the gamebook titles translated into D&D rules floating around.

http://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/9/9324.phtml

http://index.rpg.net/display-search.pht ... temversion

Re: Examples of Worlds to be discussed here

Posted: Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:05 pm
by Big Mac
Ashtagon wrote:That list is definitely incomplete. I know there were at least a few of the gamebook titles translated into D&D rules floating around.

http://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/9/9324.phtml

http://index.rpg.net/display-search.pht ... temversion
If there is a version of Fighting Fantasy out there, based on the SRD, we can have a forum for it*. ;)

* = If fans turn up and start a fanbase for it here. D&D communities may settle in transit.

Re: Examples of Worlds to be discussed here

Posted: Thu Mar 31, 2016 5:51 pm
by Ashtagon
Big Mac wrote:
Ashtagon wrote:That list is definitely incomplete. I know there were at least a few of the gamebook titles translated into D&D rules floating around.

http://www.rpg.net/reviews/archive/9/9324.phtml

http://index.rpg.net/display-search.pht ... temversion
If there is a version of Fighting Fantasy out there, based on the SRD, we can have a forum for it*. ;)

* = If fans turn up and start a fanbase for it here. D&D communities may settle in transit.
If it came to it, that would be the Titan campaign setting.

http://fightingfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Titan_%28world%29

Re: Worlds to be discussed here?

Posted: Thu Mar 31, 2016 7:48 pm
by Yaztromo
Big Mac wrote: There are some tabletop roleplaying products for Fighting Fantasy. ... I don't remember if they were d20 System or if they had invented a bespoke Fighting Fantasy RPG System for them.
A bit of everything. :roll:
There is Fighting Fantasy RPG, Advanced Fighting Fantasy RPG (1st edition), Myriador (d20) and Advanced Fighting Fantasy (2nd edition).

Re: Examples of Worlds to be discussed here

Posted: Wed May 31, 2017 1:32 pm
by Giorgio
It looks like its up to me to get the new Sasquatch Game Studio Alternity game off to a conversational start, especially the in-development Protostar campaign setting. :)

To clarify, Sasquatch Game Studios is producing their own new Alternity SF Settings (Protostar & an unnamed 2nd setting) as they don’t hold the licenses to the previous Alternity (1998) settings of Star*Drive, Dark*Matter, Gamma World, StarCraft Adventures, or Star Frontier as these are held by WOTC.

Re: Examples of Worlds to be discussed here

Posted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 1:34 am
by Yaztromo
I'd like to add to the list Mazes and Minotaurs, an absolutely lovely (and free) RPG set in Mythika, a Classic Greek Mythology world: http://storygame.free.fr/MAZES.htm and http://mazesandminotaurs.free.fr/revised.html

There is also the associated Vikings and Valkyries: http://mazesandminotaurs.free.fr/VIK.html

Re: Examples of Worlds to be discussed here

Posted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 3:24 pm
by Lord Zack
I am wondering if Fallout would be a proper subject for this forum. Though I specifically.want to discuss homebrewing a settong for a Fallout campaign. It hasn't had any official tabletop rpgs, but it's history is tied with them

Re: Examples of Worlds to be discussed here

Posted: Sun Dec 24, 2017 10:09 pm
by Havard
Lord Zack wrote:I am wondering if Fallout would be a proper subject for this forum. Though I specifically.want to discuss homebrewing a settong for a Fallout campaign. It hasn't had any official tabletop rpgs, but it's history is tied with them
We can talk about any setting we want here. I tried to bring up a few threads about post-apocalyptic settings in the Gamma World forum, but I think Gamma World is too specific a setting to cover more general post apocalyptic worlds.

I've played a little Fallout 4 and I have become more interested in this type of settings since then. I would love to see a thread about it here in this forum :)

-Havard