Top 100 Role Playing Games

By Michael

michael@rollinnerdypodcast.com

To prove just how nerdy I am, I decided to compile a list of the top 100 Tabletop RPG’s. (I left D&D, Pathfinder and FIasco off the list).
The list was compiled using the opinions and sales stats of: Learn Tabletop Games, Ranker, Listverse, List Challenges, Best in Tabletop, Drive Thru RPG and RPG.net..

Some of these are systems, some are games, and some are supplements for games or systems.

Here are the results:
And the winner is….
1 Call of Cthulhu
2 Savage Worlds
3 Fate
4 Gurps
5 Mage the Ascension
6 Eclipse Phase
7 The Burning Wheel
8 Microscope
9 Apocalypse World
10 Chaosium Role Playing
11 Shadowrun
12 The One Ring
13 Star Wars
14 Paranoia
15 Legend of the Five Rings
16 Dungeon World
17 Ars Magicia
18 Exalted
19 Dogs of the Vineyard
20 Traveller
21 All Flesh Must Be Eatern
22 13th Age
23 Vampire: The Requiem
24 Aberrant
25 Carnage Among the Stars
26 Doctor Who
27 Shadow of the Demon Lord
28 Warhammer RPG
29 Dungeon Crawl Classics
30 Mekton
31 Battle Tech
32 Dread
33 Underground
34 Atlantis: The Second Age
35 Tunnels & Trolls
36 Godbound
37 Atomic Highway
38 Battlelords
39 Seventh Seas
40 World of Darkness
41 Blue Planet
42 Gamma World
43 Mutants and Masterminds
44 Mutant Chronicle
45 Werewolf
46 Heavy Gear
47 Sprawl
48 Brave New World
49 Gods of the Fall
50 Cyberpunk
51 Cadillacs and Dinosaurs
52 Dragon Age
53 Firefly
54 Godlike
55 Numenera
56 Castle Falkenstein
57 Masterbook
58 Champions
59 Pendragon
60 Fantasy Age
61 Chill
62 Dark Heresy
63 Ehdrigohr
64 Rifts
65 Hero System
66 Invisible Overlord
67 Conan
68 Cepheus Engine
69 D20 Modern
70 Flat Pack
71 Middle Earth Role Playing
72 Gangbusters
73 Lady Blackbird
74 Dark Conspiracy
75 Chronicles of Darkness
76 Hero Kids
77 Hillfolk
78 Icons
79 Legendary Adventures
80 Interface Zero
81 Dresden Files
82 Everway
83 Iron Kingdoms
84 Fading Suns
85 Feng Shui
86 Michtim Fluffy Adventures
87 Mindjammer
88 Mini Six
89 Hackmaster
90 Misspentyouth
91 Champions
92 Fudge
93 Monster of the Week
94 Mutant Year Zero
95 Changeling: The Dreaming
96 Diaspora
97 Marvel Superheros
98 Night Witches
99 Ghostbusters
100 Night’s Black Agents

To see more about any of these or to order one go to RPGNow.com

Episode 1 Fiasco: Dragons Slayers Part One

In our inaugural episode, we introduce ourselves and tell you about our gaming backgrounds and interests. We then explore the group storytelling game from Bully Pulpit Games: Fiasco.

In Dragon Slayers the adventurers have just slain the dragon that has been terrorizing the village. Now they are hanging around to absorb the accolades of the town and divvy up the dragon’s treasure hoard. But something more sinister is going on behind the scenes. Will any of the adventurers survive to enjoy the spoils of their victory?

Fiasco: Dragon Slayers Part 1

We had a great time (again) playing the group storytelling game Fiasco. Our session is from the viewpoint of regular folks and gamers playing the game Fiasco. In Dragon Slayers the nerds are a group of adventurers who have just rescued the village from the great dragon. The adventurers are still in the village accepting the accolades of the villagers and apparently plotting how to destroy each other at the same time.

There are several podcasts out there which feature professional actors, writers and improvisers playing Fiasco. One of my favorites is called The Tilt. Look for it in itunes or stitcher. They have not published a new episode in a couple of months, but they do have several episodes available now.

Fiasco: Dragon Slayers Part 1

 

Welcome to the Rollin Nerdy Podcast website

Thank you for visiting the Rollin Nerdy Podcast website.

We recently complete our first recording. We played the group storytelling game from Bully Pulpit Games, Fiasco.

The post will be up soon along with our review of the game as well as the play set we played: Dragon Slayers.

Leave us a comment about what you would like to see on this page or something you would like us to discuss in the podcast.

 

Our first actual play podcast… Fiasco

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