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Old 17 Mar 2010, 22:26   #11 (permalink)
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ok, thanks, i'll take a look, but i still think me (or possibly zambia; he's already offered to) will end up writing some rules anyway.
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ok, thanks, i'll take a look, but i still think me (or possibly zambia; he's already offered to) will end up writing some rules anyway.
Rogue Trader/Dark Heresy is a great system. It's all there for you. I'd really recommend it - and that's not just because I mod the board for it on here
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Old 18 Mar 2010, 00:59   #13 (permalink)
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ok, thanks, i'll take a look, but i still think me (or possibly zambia; he's already offered to) will end up writing some rules anyway.
Rogue Trader/Dark Heresy is a great system. It's all there for you. I'd really recommend it - and that's not just because I mod the board for it on here
Cheers circus, i'll look at it...but will probably end up making up my own rules anyway :P (Free plus something to do)

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Old 27 Mar 2010, 10:27   #14 (permalink)
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Dark Heresy and Rogue Trader are both Roleplaying Games by the company Fantasy Flight Games. They're recent (last 2 years or so) and FFG is a pretty good company games wise. Dark Heresy has lower ability/strength levels to start, but both games can be played interchangeably, moving characters from one to another.

On the other hand if you've got some basis in RPGs already and "Free" is a good price to you, you could use the Inquisitor game made by Games Workshop and that is available on their website. Inquisitor is older and more abstract, but still has a good following and is very detailed rule-wise.

I'd say take a look through all the choices available to you before you decide to make your own rules. Any of the three systems can provide what you're looking for whatever it is. Just find which one seems to fit you best and try a game out with it.
Niiice, didn't know that that stuff is available online. I remember reading an Inquisitor battle report in WD back in the "old days"...good stuff.
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