Posted by : David Guyll August 18, 2015
If we're talking finished, published role-playing games, then my answer would of course be a houseruled 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons: there's nothing it can't do with some minor, easy tweaking, if that.
Otherwise, I'm going with Dungeons & Delvers, which has recently had a pair of very successful playtest sessions. I'm chomping at the bit to get back to it, as I haven't really done any design or writing on it since the start of the year.
Of course the way it's shaping up, the major hurdle is just going to be getting the art finished: only a handful of illustrations mostly done for it, and everything else is in a really good state.
AnnouncementsThe Druid has been released into the wild! It's an alternative to the "official" druid class. I've been told that it feels more flexible and playable than the one in the book, but you can check out the entire core class and about five of the advanced moves, so check it out.
Lichfield is available for public consumption. If you want a concise adventure with a Silent Hill feel, be sure to check it out! Primordial Machine is also out, so if you want to catch a glimpse of A Sundered World, now's your chance! Finally, we've updated If These Stones Could Scream.
The Dungeon World GM Screen is currently available in pdf and landscape insert formats. No matter which you choose, you get eight sets of pdfs that let you have access to the screen in both landscape and portrait orientation, in color or black and white, and with or without art.
Next up, mini screen!