[Runequest] A list of every D100 game?

Styopa styopa1 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 21 15:54:47 EST 2013


I believe I either read it in an interview, or saw his comment in an email
that Skip Williams was a huge rq3 fan and definitely (at least) was
inspired by rq3 when writing the stat-modified skill rules in d&d 3.

-Styopa
On Nov 20, 2013 10:45 PM, "Peter Maranci" <pmaranci at gmail.com> wrote:

> Lev, are they definitely derived from RQ/BRP? or is the connection more
> tenuous?
>
> I've also heard rumors that some of the skill rules in the WOTC versions
> of D&D were derived from house rules which were themselves partly based on
> Avalon Hill's RQIII. But I never got confirmation of that.
> On Nov 20, 2013 11:35 PM, "Lev Lafayette" <lev at rpgreview.net> wrote:
>
>> "Eclipse Phase" probably counts as well, if it hasn't already been
>> mentioned.
>>
>> There's a couple of interesting variations on that system as well;
>> critical results are based on doubles (11,22,33 etc) and the range is from
>> 00-99, not 01-00. Which makes 00 the best possible roll.
>>
>> Another is "Unknown Armies"; it too uses d100 roll-under, doubles for
>> critical results, and has flip-flopping (change a 74 to a 24) for
>> obsession skills,
>>
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