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What do you use NOW?

by merpadmin published Apr 12, 2016 05:15 PM, last modified Nov 04, 2018 05:47 PM
What Tolkien tabletop RPG are you using right now? Select all you CURRENTLY play.

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What Tolkien tabletop RPG are you using right now? Select all you CURRENTLY play.

  • Ambarquenta
  • Arda Marred
  • BRP for Middle-earth
  • Eä RPGS (any non-d20 version)
  • Eä d20 RPGS (any d20 version)
  • GURPS for Middle-earth
  • Harnmaster
  • Hitherlands
  • Legends of Middle-earth
  • LotR RPG (Decipher)
  • MEAG (Middle-earth Adventure Game)
  • MERPS/RM hybrid (ICE)
  • TOR RPG (Cubicle 7)
  • None currently
  • Never have
  • Other (please comment so can be added to list)
  • Cubicle 7 D&D 5th Edition Adventures in Middle-earth (AME)
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(517 persons have voted)
Lotr fan
Lotr fan says:
May 20, 2016 04:07 PM
MERP (Ice) forever!!!!!!!11
Thomas says:
Aug 23, 2016 01:29 PM
I have played MERP (ICE) in the past and plan to do so again... If I can get it going.
Terisonen says:
Aug 28, 2016 08:31 PM
Using Pendragon System. Working very well.
Airea says:
Dec 06, 2016 09:56 PM
Don't forget LOTR Online <3

Editor response: LOTR Online is a computer game, this poll is for tabletop RPG systems.
Frank says:
Feb 08, 2017 08:41 PM
Castles and Crusades. I used the ICE Middle Earth modules for reference materials.
Greg says:
Oct 30, 2017 05:44 AM
W.O.I.N - O.L.D
Mankcam says:
Mar 18, 2018 02:01 PM
I loved The One Ring, but have found that FATE Core works even better. It’s really easy to capture Tolkien’s flavour with the Aspects mechanic, it has been the best system for us!
ppint. says:
Nov 04, 2018 02:25 PM
merp's percentile system meant i was happy to extemporise when players decided their characters were going to do something - anything - no-one in their right mind would, pretty much from the third session of the first game i gmmed. the "thinks frantically, how on earth - or in middle-earth - do i handle *that* ?" was finished and ready with "what's the best that can happen for them, what's the worst that can happen in the circumstances, ok, that's 0-to-100 (or up-to-10, less roll again, to up-to-95, plus roll again) with roll for any appropriate critical" by the time i'd said "ok, roll; have you any applicable bonuses?; and their 2d10s stopped rolling.
 it may've helped that i rarely _required_ combat - not unless characters were put into situations by their players, and failed to flannel their way out of the confrontation - but the immense flexibility of the system meant i was free to encourage players to concentrate on roleplaying their characters, rather than try and play the system like " knights of the dinner-table".

i need to get little grey ghost back on the road, before i can think about starting running another game, though