[Runequest] A list of every D100 game?

Albert Ramirez al_ramirez_2000 at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 21 17:12:59 EST 2013


Guys,

Don't forget about Magic World and Classic Fantasy, both from Chaosium.



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>   3. Re: A list of every D100 game? (Lev Lafayette)
>   4. Re: A list of every D100 game? (Peter Maranci)
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>Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 18:39:29 -0700
>From: Mark Ahnen <ahnen at hotmail.com>
>To: RuneQuest Rules <runequest at rpgreview.net>
>Subject: Re: [Runequest] A list of every D100 game?
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>Great summary Stephen! 
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>I can hardly fault you for missing "The Morrow Project" which was clearly a BRP/Runequest knock-off, as you wrote such a great list!
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>My best,
>Mark
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>Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 17:51:20 -0500
>From: stephenlposey at earthlink.net
>To: runequest at rpgreview.net
>Subject: Re: [Runequest] A list of every D100 game?
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>Here's the ones I know about.
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>If you're limiting it to games that can be purchased "new" (print or download), these are readily available on rpgnow:
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>Chaosium
>Basic Roleplaying
>Call of Cthulhu
>Cthulhu Dark Ages
>Superworld
>Nephilim
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>Mongoose
>Legend
>Slaine the Roleplaying Game
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>Design Mechanism  
>RuneQuest 6
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>Cakebread & Walton
>Renaissance
>Clockwork and Chivalry 2nd Edition
>Dark Streets
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>Misc
>OpenQuest
>GORE
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>Out of print games inlcude:
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>Chaosium
>Runequest 
>Runequest II
>Stormbringer (1e-4e)
>Hawkmoon
>Old BRP Rules
>Worlds of Wonder
>Ringworld
>Elfquest
>Elric!/Stormbringer 5e
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>Avalon Hill
>Runequest 3
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>French Language
>BaSIC JDR
>Nephilim 1e-3e
>Hawkmoon Nouvelle Edition
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>A few others:
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>The Swedish Drakar och Demoner FRPG was based on Fantasy World from Worlds of Wonder
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>FGU's Other Suns is famously BRP based. The PSI-World rules are so BRP-like that it might be considered a "clone".
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>My understanding is that the Kult horror game is somehow BRP derived.
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>If I think of any others I'll post 'em.
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>Stephen Posey
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>stephenlposey at earthlink.net 
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>-----Original Message----- 
>From: Peter Maranci 
>Sent: Nov 20, 2013 3:04 PM 
>To: RuneQuest Rules 
>Subject: [Runequest] A list of every D100 game? 
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>Does anyone have a list of every single game currently in print (or freely available for legal download) which is derived to a substantial degree from the original RuneQuest?
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>Such a list would include Basic Roleplaying, RuneQuest 6, Legend, OpenQuest, and Call of Cthulhu, of course. And maybe G.O.R.E. But I'm pretty sure that there are others.
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>It would also be fascinating to see a list of every related system that was EVER published, but that would be a truly colossal project.
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>->Peter
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>Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 22:55:39 -0500
>From: Peter Maranci <pmaranci at gmail.com>
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>Elric is out of print, right? I thought Chaosium lost all the Eternal
>Champion rights?
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>As I recall, there were at least a couple of supplements released for the
>SuperWorld section of Worlds of Wonder. Was SuperWorld itself ever released
>separately? And were  Future*World or MagicWorld ever released as
>stand-alones? I really should remember, but I don't.
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>I also seem to remember hearing about another BRP-derived system with a
>name something like "Krystal" something, but it's not coming back to me.
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>On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 8:39 PM, Mark Ahnen <ahnen at hotmail.com> wrote:
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>> Great summary Stephen!
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>> I can hardly fault you for missing "The Morrow Project" which was clearly
>> a BRP/Runequest knock-off, as you wrote such a great list!
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>> My best,
>> Mark
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>> Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 17:51:20 -0500
>> From: stephenlposey at earthlink.net
>> To: runequest at rpgreview.net
>> Subject: Re: [Runequest] A list of every D100 game?
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>> Here's the ones I know about.
>>
>> If you're limiting it to games that can be purchased "new" (print or
>> download), these are readily available on rpgnow:
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>> *Chaosium*Basic Roleplaying
>> Call of Cthulhu
>> Cthulhu Dark Ages
>> Superworld
>> Nephilim
>> *Mongoose*
>> Legend
>> Slaine the Roleplaying Game
>> *Design Mechanism*
>> RuneQuest 6
>> *Cakebread & Walton*
>> Renaissance
>> Clockwork and Chivalry 2nd Edition
>> Dark Streets
>> *Misc*
>> OpenQuest
>> GORE
>>
>> Out of print games inlcude:
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>> *Chaosium*Runequest
>> Runequest II
>> Stormbringer (1e-4e)
>> Hawkmoon
>> Old BRP Rules
>> Worlds of Wonder
>> Ringworld
>> Elfquest
>> Elric!/Stormbringer 5e
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>> *Avalon Hill*Runequest 3
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>> *French Language*BaSIC JDR
>> Nephilim 1e-3e
>> Hawkmoon Nouvelle Edition
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>> A few others:
>> The Swedish Drakar och Demoner FRPG was based on Fantasy World from Worlds
>> of Wonder
>> FGU's Other Suns is famously BRP based. The PSI-World rules are so
>> BRP-like that it might be considered a "clone".
>> My understanding is that the Kult horror game is somehow BRP derived.
>>
>> If I think of any others I'll post 'em.
>>
>> Stephen Posey
>> stephenlposey at earthlink.net
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Peter Maranci
>> Sent: Nov 20, 2013 3:04 PM
>> To: RuneQuest Rules
>> Subject: [Runequest] A list of every D100 game?
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>>  Does anyone have a list of every single game currently in print (or
>> freely available for legal download) which is derived to a substantial
>> degree from the original RuneQuest?
>>
>> Such a list would include Basic Roleplaying, RuneQuest 6, Legend,
>> OpenQuest, and Call of Cthulhu, of course. And maybe G.O.R.E. But I'm
>> pretty sure that there are others.
>>
>> It would also be fascinating to see a list of every related system that
>> was EVER published, but that would be a truly colossal project.
>>
>> ->Peter
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>> --
>> Peter Maranci - pmaranci at gmail.com
>> Pete's RuneQuest & Roleplaying! http://www.runequest.org/rq.htm
>> The Diary of A Simple Man: http://bobquasit.livejournal.com/
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>Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2013 15:35:12 +1100
>From: "Lev Lafayette" <lev at rpgreview.net>
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>"Eclipse Phase" probably counts as well, if it hasn't already been mentioned.
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>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.
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>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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>Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 23:44:51 -0500
>From: Peter Maranci <pmaranci at gmail.com>
>To: RuneQuest Rules <runequest at rpgreview.net>
>Subject: Re: [Runequest] A list of every D100 game?
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>Lev, are they definitely derived from RQ/BRP? or is the connection more
>tenuous?
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>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:
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>> "Eclipse Phase" probably counts as well, if it hasn't already been
>> mentioned.
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>> 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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