2300 Collective - This site is dedicated
to providing support for the 2300 AD RPG and the Hero RPG System.
Access Denied - Multi-player game center:
PBEM, Computer Network Games, Boardgames, and RPGs!
Netbooks Web Page - This sites contains many zipped netbooks files. Those
netbooks can be used for any fantasy related role playing games and especially
the AD&Dtm role playing system. Also a few links on game companies, other
netbooks sites, web rpg magazines and personnal home pages related to fantasy
rpg's. All the netbooks were zipped with WinZip and formatted with Word(6.0)
Bureau 13 Campaign Headquarters
- A fantastic collection of adventures, encounters, equipment, weapons, vehicles,
monsters, and more for the Bureau 13 game.
Chuck's Greyhawk Campaign
homepage - Yeah, I know, what's this got to do with superhero gaming?
Not much, but Chuck's my ex-roommate, so I figured I throw a link to his site
in here. Besides, none of these links are superhero oriented.
Fandom Directory - A resource for
locating people and retailer throughout fandom.
The Fantasy Library - Previously
known as 'The Fantasy Realms Journal', now improved & expanded.
Fantasy Role-Playing Gamers's Bible, 2nd Edition - It's the original "History
of Gaming" section as published in The Fantasy Role-Playing Gamer's Bible
(Prima Entertainment, 1996). It contains as accurate a history of the RPG
hobby as I could muster at the time. It is re-posted by Lou Prosperi with
my permission and thanks for your collective professional perusal and commentary.
I currently own all rights to the work (assigned back to me by Prima), and
I am currently revising it for a new publication by Gold Rush Games (thanks
to Mark Arsenault!).
- FORGOTTEN FUTURES is a shareware roleplaying game written by Marcus L. Rowland.
It is not a computer game but a normal book-game distributed as shareware
game and resource packs consisting of ASCII texts and .GIF graphics files.
FORGOTTEN FUTURES is based on 19th and early 20th century scientific romance
(the predecessors of science fiction) stories.
Secrets - Whether you're a seasoned Game Mastering veteran or a brand
new GM, you're probably searching for the secrets to running a fantastic game.
You've looked in your game's GM guide but it's just filled with the game's
rules. Game Mastering Secrets puts in print what previous Game Masters had
to learn on the streets.
The Great RPG Archive - "The Archive's
objective is to provide a place for interested webmasters to list their RPG-related
home pages. This would make it easier for people to look for RPG related items
and at the same time provide exposure for those home pages.
The Guide To Adventure - The Guide
To Adventure is a freely distributed universal role-playing game. It is intended
to be downloaded and printed at the user's end. Two complete games are available:
a fantasy game and an Alien invasion of Earth setting. With these two settings,
almost every conceivable role-playing genre can be played.
GURPs Godzilla - When
most people consider "GURPS Godzilla", they picture playing a very
flat, scorched character. I'll admit, that doesn't sound like much fun. However,
in the course of nearly three dozen films starring Godzilla and his antagonists,
Toho Studios has created an exciting universe, full of things to do that don't
involve 300 foot monsters stepping on your character's head. This document
is an attempt to explore that universe and suggest ideas to the imaginative
- A satirical campaign setting for GURPs: This is the era of knights in shining
armor, damsels in distress and dark, mysterious men from faraway lands. It's
also White Woman Gets Lost in Colonial America and Meets Indian Hunk Who Looks
Like Fabio With Black Hair.
Heroic Do-Gooders &
Dastardly Deed-Doers RPG - Heroic Do-Gooders & Dastardly Deed-Doers
is a action/adventure role playing game that incorporates modern technology,
pseudo-science, and super-human powers in a contemporary setting. It is NOT,
however, a comic book-type hero game in the cape and tights-wearing sense.
The setting for Heroic Do-Gooders is a contemporary one. Shopping malls, convenience
stores, cruise liners, military bases, and the occasional prison all set an
unlimited stage. Everywhere you've ever been, everything you've ever seen
(whether in movies or on the evening news) has a place in HDG.
Knights of Torque and Recoil
- (KTR for short) is an original setting for roleplaying games and other fiction.
It's an art deco alternate reality with a swing soundtrack, a world where
the masked avengers and pulp heroes of the Golden Age were real. The heroes
of the Silver Age kept the world safe, and today, in the Bronze Age, a new
generation is preparing to carry the torch. After numerous false starts KTR
is finally going to be published right here, on the web, on this very spot.
Not married to any set of game mechanics, it will instead feature notes on
using the setting with a variety of popular universal rules sets, including
GURPS, FUDGE, FUZION, HERO and our own house poison, PONY. Best of all, we're
going to be giving it away FREE. You'll be able to get the files in ASCII
text, Adobe Acrobat PDF, and as zipped HTML files.
In Nomine Online Game
- This page is to inform y'all, the divinely illuminated, about the In Nomine
Online Game. This is not an 'official' playtest group of any sort, though
the author did, in fact, read all the comments made and this had some effect
on the final product.
GURPS Itemsö Page - The "modular" approach to GURPs has
inspired me -- like, I believe, most other serious GURPS GMs -- to design
some rules of mine to solve various problems that have arisen during play.
Here are also many ideas, rules and opinions by other gamers, collected mostly
from their postings to the GURPS newsgroup on Usenet. Considering how long
(ie. short) various news servers keep the articles, itÆs highly unlikely
that you can find these stuff elsewhere, with the possible exception of DejaNews.
(John's note: In addition to the wealth of GURPs
related information, there are also several excellent general rpg articles
The Internet Roleplaying Gamers Guild
- This site is dedicated to true Role Playing Gamer's, those that enjoy the
role play aspects of games, over the monster killing and fighting aspects.
We have several areas for gamers to enjoy.
The International Fellowship of Roleplayers
- The International Fellowship of Roleplayers Inc. is dedicated to being the
most comprehensive gaming site on the internet. We seek to provide our members
with virtually everything they desire to feed their RPG hobby.
Lair of the Red
Dragon - AD&D Advanced Dungeons and Dragons - Links, spells, monsters,
magic items, character classes, fantasy pictures, fantasy books and book buying
services, information and more.
Lycaeon's Scrollcase - For all things Role-playing
including Bureau 13, Deadlands, Chill, AD&D, and many many more. For all
this and PlayElf of the Month visit Lycaeon's Scrollcase.
Kallysta's Library - Alexis
- Alexis "Lex" McKenzie is a character created for the Bureau
13 role-playing game and is on file at Kallysta's Library.
Maelstrom Campaign - A medieval-era setting for fantasy role-playing games.
All the artwork, text and stories on this site that are created by Brian K.
Moseley are free for personal use, and are perfectly suitable for integration
into any new or existing campaigns.
Mike's Games and Gaming
Resource page - Games and Gaming (@yahoo) Role-Playing Games Computer
Games Magic:TG & Other CCG Role-Playing Games RPG Character Sheets The
Babylon Project Character Sheets Mark III Imagine RPG Character Sheet [Word/Excel
97] Champions: The New Millennium...
The Near Star List II
: 2300 - The Near Star List II is an extended and revised version of the
original Near Star List. I have fixed some errata, added comments where extra
information was available, and included the stars from the Kafer Sphere, the
Bayern mission and the AAEC Brown Dwarfs from the Travellers' Digest. During
the course of this exercise I noted that the GDW data has a number of errors
in coordinates. These I have not included as they are likely to distort the
borders and travel routes along the arms if corrected. I have corrected errors
in stellar nomenclature where I found any, and typing errors in previously
available online lists.
NetRPG - NetRPG is dedicated to bringing RPG
resources to Internet gamers for free!
OpZINE - This site is a storyteller's
resource for Trinity, a tabletop role-playing game set in Earth's near future.
Visit White Wolf Games, creator of Trinity and other great role-playing games,
to find out more.
Outpost Games - We produce
products for all Tri Tac Systems game products especially Bureau 13. We publish
the Terror Watch Newsletter for Bureau 13 agents and are the only source for
the computer utilities: Bureau 13 Character Generator and the TTS System Utilities.
Masters' Steampunk Links Page - As a player of R.Talsorian Games' Castle
Falkenstein role-playing game, I started collecting links to 'Web pages that
seemed relevant. This has grown into somewhat of a library of steampunk links,
which might be of interest to other people. So here it is - an assortment
of (mostly) nineteenth century ephemera, weirdness, and off-beat technology.
Prince Etrigan's Role Playing Gamer's
Resource Page - I am an avid Role Playing Gamer (RPG'er) and have been
since AD&D was called Chainmail. I have since played several different
systems, and have come to like many of them and despise others. But I don't
discriminate against those systems I don't like so hopefully you'll find something
Host - your one stop shop for all your Role-Playing needs and desires.
With tons of content, great games, an on-line discount hobby store, and free
web hosting - you won't have to surf any further. RPG
RPG Net - RPGnet is the only industry-focused
independent role-playing site. We support the free RPG community, and work
to bring you the inside scoop on gaming every week.
The RPG Times
- A FRPG-zine on the web produced by the Internet Roleplaying Society.
SKIRMISHER - Online Gaming Magazine covers
a broad range of gaming interests. The magazine covers all sorts of games
and gives special attention to collectible card games (like Magic:The Gathering
and BattleTech), roleplaying games (like Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Alternity,
and Call of Cthulhu), and live action roleplaying games (notably Cthulhu Live).
Features of the site include:
surge's RPG archive and
WWW references - You probably don't know me as the maintainer of The Complete
Usenet Role-Playing Game List and The Complete Usenet Role-Playing Companies
List, but I have maintained both of those lists since 1990. You almost certainly
don't know me as a pack-rat who saves a directory full of megabytes of RPG
information off the net, including every character sheet I have ever been
able to use, a few errata sheets, adventures, humor, and lots of information
about various game systems. Unfortunately, I have not yet gotten around to
making a handy html interface to this stuff, so you'll have to dig if you're
Salad's ROAM Page - It contains information about TCS a Bureau responce/reinforcement
team: Stories, Character Info and backgrounds, and SOON information on their
The World of the Petal Throne - The world of Tékumel, the creation of
Professor M.A.R. Barker, is an incredibly detailed science fantasy world which,
to my mind, is easily the match of the creations of J.R.R. Tolkein, Frank
Herbert or Stephen Donaldson. However, in comparison, Tékumel remains largely
unknown and unexplored by the general public.
WebRPG - WebRPG is the internet source for role
playing game information, tools, products, and resources. We are constantly
striving to bring useful content and features to the RPG community. Currently
you'll find reference information, discussion forums and RPG surveys as parts
of the WebRPG site. We will soon be expanding with many other exciting offerings
(more on those soon)
13 Site - This is pretty much a B13 page I made to have fun with the game
and share my team's new spells and items. Also features a "Remembered"
list of fellow agents who died in the field.
in Gaming - Gaming has always been a male dominated hobby. To that end,
the founders of Women in Gaming decided to found an internet-based organization
dedicated to promoting women and role playing games, both as players and as
people involved directly with the industry. We believe more women will get
involved with role playing games if they were aware that there were already
many women playing. Women In Gaming hopes we will be able to encourage more
women to get involved by providing this web site as well as a variety of services,
such as the mailing lists, reviews on products and a game/player finding forum.