Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

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Which science-fiction RPGs have you played?

- Alternity
17
13%
- Gamma World
18
13%
- Metamorphosis Alpha
7
5%
- Rogue Trader (40K)
4
3%
- Star Frontiers
12
9%
- Star Wars
26
19%
- Star Trek
11
8%
- Shadow Run
17
13%
- Starfinder
3
2%
- Traveller
20
15%
 
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Re: Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

Post by BlackBat242 » Sun Jul 01, 2018 8:30 am

Yes - on poll:
GW, SF, ST, CT

Off poll:
Twilight 2000 - 1st edition.
Paranoia - 1st edition.
Car Wars (and Deluxe Car Wars, which added some role-playing elements, like driver stats etc).
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Re: Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

Post by snorri » Sun Jul 01, 2018 9:01 am

shesheyan wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:03 am
snorri wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 12:25 am
I currently play a star trek game with Strange New World. It's a Pbta. Normally, Pbta's are not my style of game, but I felt it fits perfectly the mood.
I wasn't aware there was a hack of Star Trek for Powered by the Apocalypse. This could actually tempt me into playing a Star Trek RPG, something I always refused to do. Too hard to get away from the movies and series.
The link is here : http://www.critical-hits.com/ch-present ... /#science

I'm note sure I play it in a very orthodox Pbta mode, but among various games I put in the short list, I choose this one. It emphases on exploration, negociation, P
Peacefy solutions, imaginative ways to solve problems.

I did used some random tables from Star without numbers and White Lies (french edition), to create random planets to explore and... Engage !

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Post by dulsi » Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:07 pm

Despite owning various Sci-fi rpgs, I haven't played that many. I own every Gamma World edition but have only managed to run 7th edition. I played Star Wars D6 the most. Recently I ran TinyFrontiers. I had lots of fun creating characters for Traveller but was never motivated enough to run it.
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Re: Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

Post by shesheyan » Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:11 pm

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Twilight 2000 - 1st edition.
That is a game a could play these days. I like the fact that its not fantastical. Was the system based on d6s like Traveller?
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Post by shesheyan » Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:14 pm

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Despite owning various Sci-fi rpgs, I haven't played that many. I own every Gamma World edition but have only managed to run 7th edition. I played Star Wars D6 the most. Recently I ran TinyFrontiers. I had lots of fun creating characters for Traveller but was never motivated enough to run it.
TinyFrontiers sounds cool. Did you run the first version or the Revised Edition ?
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Post by Baron » Sun Jul 01, 2018 3:24 pm

I've owned/read many more than I've actually played. In addition to your poll, I've played Paranoia, Fading Suns and Cyberpunk.

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Post by dulsi » Sun Jul 01, 2018 4:47 pm

shesheyan wrote:
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TinyFrontiers sounds cool. Did you run the first version or the Revised Edition ?
I didn't realize the revised version is out. Crippling the Walkers is the adventure I created for the game. Here is my review of the original. I enjoyed it a lot. For a one-shot it is great. You don't have to spend a lot of time explaining how things work.
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Re: Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

Post by BlackBat242 » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:46 am

shesheyan wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:11 pm
BlackBat242 wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 8:30 am
Twilight 2000 - 1st edition.
That is a game a could play these days. I like the fact that its not fantastical. Was the system based on d6s like Traveller?
T2K 1E used 4d6-4 (re-rolling 0s) for PC attributes (characteristics), D100 for skills, and D100 for resolving combat, skill use, etc. D6s and D10s were used for various things like number of fish in a pond, etc.

T2K 2E used 2d6-2 (re-rolling 0s) for PC attributes (characteristics), and D10 for many resolution rolls. I don't know about other uses, as I don't own a copy of the base rules.
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Re: Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

Post by Dread Delgath » Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:11 am

shesheyan wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 3:24 am
Dread Delgath wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:31 am

Starfire
Serenity
The Morrow Project

Many of these, I've played at least one session of, including designing or rolling up a character and tested the combat system using that character during a short encounter. Some of them, I've played or GM'd extensively, and others are technically board-games (Gammarauders, Space Hulk, Car Wars) or war-games (SFB, Babylon 5, Starfire), but we always role-played our decisions, so I count these as role-playing games whether anyone else does or not. :mrgreen:
Star*Fire! That brings back memories. I still have the 2E rules. Played games again in the late 90s. Tried to play a game in 2017 but it didn't work out. Maybe I'll try again soon.

Serenity. I always wanted to try it out. How was it? Is it respectful of the TV series and its setting?

The Morrow Project sound interesting. Which edition did you play? The 2013 one or older versions?
I might've played Starfire 2e rules. Its been over 10 years, so I'm not sure. We played it as a massive empire building campaign. The other players were much more versed in this game than I was. We played it for a few weeks, switched to SFB for a few months, then spent the better part of 2 years in a weekly Babylon 5 empire building campaign. I played the Centauri and spoke with Londo's accent every session. ;)

I tried a little bit of Serenity a few years back. Serenity could definitely be faithful to the series & setting. I only rolled up a character & tried the combat out. The mechanics are simple enough to make a cinematic game happen without too much trouble, once the game is up & running and all the players have a basic handle on the crunch - and it has some crunch, but not more than D&D 5e, I'd say.

I never picked up any adventures for Serenity, sadly. No one else was interested in it at the time, so I didn't put any more money into it. :(

The Morrow Project I played was most likely written in the late 70's or 80's. I don't own the game, I played at a friend's house. My character got hit in the neck with a bullet & died of blood loss. Over an hour to create the character & add up "Blood Points" to have my guy die within minutes of starting... :roll:

EDIT: I also want to add "Gamma Dawn" - the Gamma World rules set to Star Frontier's Alpha Dawn rules! I ran a nice, but all too short campaign on a home-brewed world set in the Star Frontiers universe. :mrgreen:

And a question: What is "Gamma World 7th edition"? What year was this published, publisher, and main authors?
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Post by Tim Baker » Mon Jul 02, 2018 6:00 am

Tim Baker wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 12:24 am
I played the following sci-fi games/editions:
  • Star Wars D6
  • Shadowrun 1st Edition
  • MechWarrior 2nd Edition
  • Robotech (Macross Saga)
  • A homebrew post-post apocalyptic setting created with Heroes Unlimited, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Other Strangeness, Ninjas & Superspies, and Palladium Fantasy
  • Paranoia
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And a question: What is "Gamma World 7th edition"? What year was this published, publisher, and main authors?
GW 1e - TSR
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GW 4e - TSR back to D&D like system had increasing AC and to hit bonus instead of THACO
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Re: Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

Post by Khedrac » Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:57 am

Hmm, let's see if I can remember what I have played (most of this was pre-1990):

Traveller 1st Ed
The Morrow Project
SpaceMaster (1st Ed?)
Gamma World (2nd Ed)
Cyberpunk (whatever version was out around 1990-1992)
Shadowrun (c. 1986) - does this even count?
Paranoia (almost certainly 1st Ed)
Edit - I think I have played Fasa's Start Trek RPG (again about 1990 for version).

I will edit this list if I remember any others.

Edit - someone mentioned Judge Dredd - I had clean forgotten playing that once.

Edit 2: How did I forget 'Tales from the Floating Vagabond'?
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Post by shesheyan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:45 pm

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And a question: What is "Gamma World 7th edition"? What year was this published, publisher, and main authors?
GW 7E was the version published during the D&D4E era in 2010. While I liked the rapid character creation rules, I didn't like that you had new random mutations every morning. WOTC published random boosters cards (à la MTG) for the game. The boosters contained new mutations and equipment lIRC. I hated that concept. Finally, the setting had a very silly tone. They pushed it too far into goofiness...
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Post by shesheyan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:49 pm

BlackBat242 wrote:
Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:46 am
shesheyan wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 2:11 pm
BlackBat242 wrote:
Sun Jul 01, 2018 8:30 am
Twilight 2000 - 1st edition.
That is a game a could play these days. I like the fact that its not fantastical. Was the system based on d6s like Traveller?
T2K 1E used 4d6-4 (re-rolling 0s) for PC attributes (characteristics), D100 for skills, and D100 for resolving combat, skill use, etc. D6s and D10s were used for various things like number of fish in a pond, etc.

T2K 2E used 2d6-2 (re-rolling 0s) for PC attributes (characteristics), and D10 for many resolution rolls. I don't know about other uses, as I don't own a copy of the base rules.
2d6-2. That is 0-10. Clever. I've seen another (better?) way to do that. Instead of doing minus two, sixes are considered zeros so each die is 0-5.
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Re: Which Sci-fi RPGs have you played?

Post by shesheyan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:54 pm

Khedrac wrote:
Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:57 am
SpaceMaster (1st Ed?)
I learn something new every day! Wasn't aware ICE did a SF game. Looks like Hard SF too. I might have bought it if I had seen it on the shelves of the local hobby store.
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Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:54 pm
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Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:57 am
SpaceMaster (1st Ed?)
I learn something new every day! Wasn't aware ICE did a SF game. Looks like Hard SF too. I might have bought it if I had seen it on the shelves of the local hobby store.
Ah, yes I played a few sessions of that too, run by our RoleMaster GM. My character was a Jedi-like character. Semi-Telepath? We played it a bit like Star Wars. I remember having to escape from some space prison.

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Post by Khedrac » Tue Jul 03, 2018 9:40 am

Havard wrote:
Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:01 pm
shesheyan wrote:
Mon Jul 02, 2018 1:54 pm
Khedrac wrote:
Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:57 am
SpaceMaster (1st Ed?)
I learn something new every day! Wasn't aware ICE did a SF game. Looks like Hard SF too. I might have bought it if I had seen it on the shelves of the local hobby store.
Ah, yes I played a few sessions of that too, run by our RoleMaster GM. My character was a Jedi-like character. Semi-Telepath? We played it a bit like Star Wars. I remember having to escape from some space prison.

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Post by timemrick » Tue Jul 03, 2018 5:30 pm

I'm a lifelong fan of SF fiction and film, but have only very rarely played SF RPGs.

I have run a handful of sessions of Star Frontiers.

I have played at least one session of GURPS Space and Starfinder. I'd gladly play more of the latter if it was a regular offering at my FLGS, but my home group has far too many other systems/campaigns competing for that time.

I've played in a number of one-shot SF LARPs.

The only sustained SF campaign I've played in was a Firefly miniseries that was run to give the GM of our regular game a break from running full-time. I would have loved to play a sequel to that story, but it never happened.
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Post by Dread Delgath » Wed Jul 04, 2018 2:15 am

Thanks for the definition of Gamma World 7th edition. I call that one "GW-DD4" edition. ;)

I've heard of Spacemaster, but never seen it, nor played it. I have a lot of GURPS material, most of it relates to Traveller in one way or another, and truth be told, I picked them up only to supplement my Classic Traveller game.

I've played a lot of Space Opera about 10+ years ago. It runs kinda like Classic Traveller, but with 3x the amount of abilities & stats to keep up with.

I also have a PDF copy of Spacemen and Starships. I've seen an actual copy of it at a friend's house, but we never played it.
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Post by Big Mac » Wed Jul 04, 2018 5:40 pm

I've played in the original Judge Dredd RPG...once. (It was the one time I ran a game.)

I bought Shadowrun (the original, I think) but never got to play it.

I've done LARP games in two bespoke science fiction campaign settings (using Lazer Tag for combat resolution) and have also done Lazer Tag games set in the Star Wars and Dr Who universes.
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Post by Coronoides » Thu Jul 05, 2018 8:53 am

Do Cyberpunk games count?

Also I'm very surprised by the popularity of the Star Wars game compared to the other 10 poll options. Why?
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Post by shesheyan » Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:15 am

Coronoides wrote:
Thu Jul 05, 2018 8:53 am
Do Cyberpunk games count?

Also I'm very surprised by the popularity of the Star Wars game compared to the other 10 poll options. Why?
Yes cyberpunk counts.

Star Wars is not hard science-fiction, its a clever mix of science and fantasy. Holy knights (Jedis) have to join forces with Robin Hood (Rebellion) against the evil Prince (Darth Vader) and rescue a Princess (Lea) locked away in a castle (Death Star). Also, I've been told on many occasions that imagining a science-fiction setting was hard (harder than imagining a fantasy setting). The movies help a lot to create a believable universe easy to replicate in ones mind eye.
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Post by Khedrac » Thu Jul 05, 2018 1:24 pm

I am surprised that no one has yet owned up to playing Starfinder - and I think it is more due to board demographics than actual popularity.
I have friends who play in the Pathfinder Society and they now have a regular Starfinder game, but it seems they don't frequent these boards.
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Post by shesheyan » Thu Jul 05, 2018 2:35 pm

Khedrac wrote:
Thu Jul 05, 2018 1:24 pm
I am surprised that no one has yet owned up to playing Starfinder - and I think it is more due to board demographics than actual popularity.
I have friends who play in the Pathfinder Society and they now have a regular Starfinder game, but it seems they don't frequent these boards.
Agreed! And I'm almost sure the majority is WEG d6 Star Wars not d20 Star Wars or SW SAGA. I don't believe anyone here played FFG's Star Wars.

Starfinder is probably somewhere in the top 3 most popular sci-fi games at the moment. I'm sure Star Wars by FFG is more popular.

Even though I'm a huge fan of science-fiction I didn't buy Starfinder for two reasons: Elves in space is not something I want to do and also the ruleset is more complex than 5E. I played D&D 3.5/d20Modern/SW saga and enjoyed them for several years. But in the end the ruleset just got in the way. Looking up rules all the time is not something I want to do anymore. I doubt very much I will go back to 3.5 OGL games.

Instead I bought Coriolis the Third of Horizon for the richness of the setting and elegant rule set. After 6 games I'm sticking with it for at least another 6 games. After that we will try Esper Genesis based on 5E. IF I want more complexity and versimilitude I want to try the INFINITY rpg which is based on the 2d20 system by Modiphius.
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Post by agathokles » Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:20 pm

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Agreed! And I'm almost sure the majority is WEG d6 Star Wars not d20 Star Wars or SW SAGA. I don't believe anyone here played FFG's Star Wars.
Likely, although at least my vote is primarily for SW Saga (I've played d6 too, but only a brief campaign compared to Dawn of Defiance).

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