Mostly the old 1e stuff, but the GM has some of his own house rules he's adapted over the years. We basically use the Top Secret S.I. wound system, for example.I am interested to know if you are using the anniversary edition\1st edition, or the later edition stuff with the expanded rules.
how is genesis? did you try Fate?
Mechanics work REALLY well in theme. Simple to run, plenty of inspirational materials.How is alien?
Theres a guy here in town that just started up a game looking for players and I was thinking of trying it. I love the franchise, havent heard much about the mechanics though.
Oh and other then my Hunter game I just bought a strategy game called age of wonder planetfall thats taking up my free time during the corona vacation.
I'm running a few systems that function about as well as an Intel x86 processor.Many would count PF as D&D... many count a wide range of OSR games as D&D as well.
Not claiming you're wrong, just pointing out that playing a game that shares 99% of the tropes and abut 50% of the mechanical elements as a D&D edition is like saying, "I'm not using an 586 computer" when you're using an AMD k5 cpu.
Many would count PF as D&D... many count a wide range of OSR games as D&D as well.
It's still pretty aggressively informal at this point, since I'm not anticipating being able to start until 2021 (and who knows how much more delay there will be due to coronavirus). But, basicallyI would be interested in your Beyond the Wall hack.