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  • Hayward the Bastard
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    Savage Worlds is my favorite. My second favorite, even though it is limited in scope, is Masks. It really captures teen superhero drama so well.

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  • smcc360
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    Yep, the one from the mid-80s.

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  • JmOz01
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    Marvel FACERIP?

  • smcc360
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    Savage Worlds is my current favorite. It runs fast, it's easy to tinker with, and I don't have to teach a new system.

    Before that, DC Heroes (later to become Blood of Heroes) was my go-to system. It's definitely showing its age--the resolution charts; lengthy character creation--but the depth of published material and fan support is incredible.

    I remember having a good time with Marvel Superheroes a long time ago, too.
    Last edited by smcc360; 10-15-2021, 02:19 PM.

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  • ack
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    Interesting. Rad you use SPC rules to run Superhero games?

    And JmOz I'm sorry to hear that.

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  • JmOz01
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    Champions was my favorite for a long time. However, after some drama on their boards I cannot support them anymore

  • Radecliffe
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    Champions is my fave Superhero system by a large margin. I will say the SPC rules do come in second place in my book. Gurps supers is ok though the version I played was too easily broken. That was decades ago though.

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  • The Stray
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    dentris The new Aberrant edition is, in fact, out now.

  • Akerbakk
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    GODLIKE - gritty supers in WWII. The book is sitting on my shelf, never played nor run. It begs to be savaged one day...
    GODLIKE: Superhero Roleplaying in a World on Fire, 1936-1946 - “Godlike in their abilities, let us hope this new breed of man will carry the burden of a suffering world to our ultim

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  • dentris
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    ack Marvel Saga is decades old and out of print. I think you can find print and play documents somewhere.

    There is a new edition of Aberrant by Onyx Path Publishing.Not sure if it's out yet.
    Amp: Year One is available in PDF and in print on drivethru

  • ack
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    I'm going to have to check those games out!

  • ack
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    While a superhero campaign isn't on the horizon for either of my groups, I also can't wait to roll up some superhero characters.

  • Winazosau
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    Join you, I also like it ^-^


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    Last edited by Winazosau; 08-31-2021, 02:48 PM.

  • Sidious
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    Classic Marvel FASERIP is my go-to system.
    Second would be the Mayfair DC (all three editions). Followed by M&M.

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  • dentris
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    For a gritty realism and exploration of the superheroic reality, Aberrant and Amp (Both are surprisingly similar in theme)

    For the originality of the game system, Marvel Saga. You know, the one with the cards instead of dice.

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