Online adult chat based rpg
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Character creation is by selecting a "heritage" (i.e.
Characters may be replaced by robots, in which case they continue to play and work to replace the others.In addition, there are three commercial settings: Heart Quest, CORPS, and Dreamwalker.36 pages core rules (PDF) plus 90 pages free settings (PDF).A post-apocalypse science fantasy setting, with various alien races mixed with tribal humanity. A humorous narrative space opera RPG, where players define their PC with a one-word Style, and roll 1d6 to enact plot changes to get both success/failure and a random Word of Science to incorporate into the plot. An RPG where the PCs are 60's secret agents fighting the supernatural -- Austin Powers meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer, or the Avengers and Hammer Horror.Character creation is limited point-based, with players assigning 6 points among three qualities (Resolve, Contact, and Material), 3 points among Bonds (other people), and 4 points among player-defined Anxieties.Resolution is scene-based, with player and GM rolling a number of d6s for stat + modifiers, and taking the highest result, +1 for every tie for highest. A universal system, whose version 1.1 is released under the Wot C Open Gaming License.
There is an extended commercial version (released in print or for download) with 10 extra pages and added artwork. Action resolution is by stat + skill + 3d6 vs difficulty. 92 pages free rules (PDF or RTF), plus ~60 pages supplements and variants (RTF format). Action resolution is based on spending Luck, Discipline, and Revelation points.
Skill lower difficulty, while attributes add to the total. There are four free setting books, 20-30 pages each: a modern-day monster-hunter setting ("The Shaded Veil"), a dystopian sci-fi setting ("Overworld"), a modern conspiracy/horror setting ("Harlequinade"), and a medieval Europe setting ("The Kingdom of Norweign").
This is a collection of links to over 500 free role-playing games (RPGs) on the WWW.
RPG here refers solely to narrative (aka "table-top", "pencil-and-paper") games rather than various computer games, MUSH's, etc. In general, each game is listed with author, a capsule description, page count, and file format (i.e. The meaning of "page count" is semi-arbitrary for ASCII and HTML, since results differ for different browsers and print setups, but they are at least consistent within each category.
In addition, each entry has a set of non-exclusive keywords. A well-documented rules-lite game like Fudge will appear as both "rules-lite" and "long", while a science fantasy game will appear as both "scifi" and "fantasy".
See my category explanation for what the keywords mean. Resolution is by rolling 1d100 plus a number of bonus d10s plus attribute compared to difficulty (20 for Trivial to 180+ for Outrageous).