[generic] What are you backing?

Having played DCC a lot, which is equally lethal at low level, TFT shouldn't be a problem., I played TFT when it was Melee but certainly do not remember exact details of any game from that far back (40 years?)
 
Wow! You purchased yours like when they got published back in the day, right? If so, much respect from us newbies. :)
Yep, and having just checked - Melee, Wizard, several other boxed microquests (solo games), both Advanced books, In the Labyrinth (I removed the map at some point and appear to have lost it, but not the extra map I created next to expand it), the Fantasy Master's codex, FM's screen, Tolenkar's Lair and a load of character sheets and hexes. I think I was a bit into TFT :)

I wonder what, if anything's changed.
 

First Age

D&D h@ck3r and Hopepunk
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In the end I backed the 'Best Game Evaaa' Cypher 2nd Edition Kickstarter, just before it was fulfilled. Took over half a million $.



Four Cypher setting books, the core rulebook, notebooks, Subtle Cypher Deck and two copies of the'Your Best Game Ever' gaming advice book and an audio book of it too.

Splurge.
 
I did a Fighting Fantasy doubleheader this morning.

Troika, Numinous Edtion - the big shiny expanded, moar art version of Daniel Sell's FF on Acid

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/846377662/troika-rpg-numinous-edition

Its in its last half day so quick or you'll miss it. I was initially a bit snooty when t'Guv pointed it out, but I've seen the effort Daniel has gone to polish it up and reckon the final game should be a hoot.

and from the officially licensed Arion Games line the slightly less bonkers (but only less so) Demons of Doom, where you play a Demon.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2036759092/demons-of-doom

Graham's FF KS has been solid and dependable and always have some intriguing ideas in them if you are a longtime FF fan.
 

Dom

Administrator
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I ummed and arred about this for a while, but ended up backing Troika as well. I’m interested to see how they’ve expanded it from the original.

I’ve also backed the expansions to Legacy: Life amongst the Ruins, The Next World, which look really interesting. It’s also a good way to get into this PbtA game.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1549920133/legacy-life-among-the-ruins-the-next-world

Of course, I’m waiting for Things from the Flood
 

Guvnor

The Guvnor
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I have backed "Atmar's Cardography: Full RPG Modules & Random Dungeon Decks" I love the idea of a card decks that can be used to create planned or random dungeons, plus having PDFs adventures of D&D5e and Fate Core is a bonus!
Oh pants, so do I.

I also backed Impulse Drive, in a hope that I can catch this PBTA virus so many of you have..
 
I heard about Free Spacer (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/429765734/free-spacer-a-sandbox-starship-tabletop-rpg) on KARTAS and liked how the way the crew of PCs fitted into a larger setting and economy etc. It’s into its last week and not funded yet, and as I’m always looking for alternative ways to approach sci fi games (I’m looking forward to reading the Elite RPG, even though I’ve never played the computer game) I’m hoping it gets over the line!
 

First Age

D&D h@ck3r and Hopepunk
Staff member
I have backed The Chronicles of Future Earth, cosmic fantasy roleplaying game from Mindjammer Press. Set in the far, far future of our planet Earth, it's a game of sorcery and demons, of fallen civilisations and ancient technologies, of monsters and mysteries and mind-shattering dimensions.




Because Sarah Newton.

I'm bringing the free Quickstart with me to Furnace just in case I can squeeze in another game. It's a tailored Fate game with D6-D6 dice instead of Fate dice and some tailored mechanical twists.

All kinds of fab.
 
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