Other Games Old Games For Furrys

MartinP

Rune Priest
#1
Just spotted a couple of old favourites on DTRPG:

Lace & Steel - swashbuckling fantasy where the PCs are "Half-horses" (centaurs), Satyrs and...other such races I can't recall. Harpies, I think?

Lace & Steel is just great. I dunno how well the rest of the system has held up, but I really fancy using the card based (special deck) duelling and repartee system again, and the card based (a different special deck) sorcery system too. I ran this a couple of times in the 90s, it was really pretty good.

Albedo - the RPG of the "Erma Felna, EDF" comic strip from the Albedo Anthropomorphics comic (best known for Usagi Yojimbo). Serious SF game where a society of anthropomorphic cats, dogs, mice etc are locked in a war with the Interstellar Lapine Republic (yup, genocidal rabbits).

Albedo was quite a hard read back in the 90s, and the system was also dry and crunchy. So much so that I never got it to the table, despite the quite funky idea.
 

ltd

Rune Priest
#2
Serious SF game where a society of anthropomorphic cats, dogs, mice etc are locked in a war with the Interstellar Lapine Republic (yup, genocidal rabbits).
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Elil propoganda - I'm betting the rabbits had some pretty serious provocation from The Thousand. The mice have evidently turned collaborator - Hazel-rah is very disappointed.
 

Guvnor

The Guvnor
Staff member
#4
I have always like anthropomorphic comics and also anthropomorphic role-playing games.
I have all of those saggy your jumbo on the shelves. (That's voice recognition for Usagi Yojimbo).
I'll find the idea of Ironclaw really appealing.
@GuyMilner seems very fond of anthropomorphic role-playing.
 

MartinP

Rune Priest
#5
Found my copy of 1st Ed Albedo in the loft while looking for the notes to go with an old star map (see other thread - half the notes were actually in the Albedo box!). There's my near-mint copies of Albedo Anthropomorphics #9 and #11 (I think), and also a copy of "The Drift" from 2nd Ed in there, obviously picked up rather later on.
 
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