Vote For The Most Anticipated RPG of 2024!

Vote for your most anticipated RPG(s) of 2024 (up to 3 votes allowed)

  • 13th Age 2nd Edition (Pelgrane Press)

  • Adventurer, Conqueror, King System II (Autarch LLC)

  • Amboria: Roleplaying in the World Under Starlight (Strange Owl Games)

  • Assassin's Creed (CMON)

  • Break!! (Grey Wizard)

  • Broken Weave (Cubicle 7)

  • Cairn 2E (Space Penguin)

  • Cohors Cthulhu (Modiphius)

  • Deathmatch Island (Old Dog Games/Evil Hat Productions)

  • Daggerheart (Darrington Press)

  • Diablo RPG (Glass Cannon Unplugged)

  • Dolmenwood (Necrotic Gnome)

  • Eat The Reich (Rowan, Rook and Deckard)

  • The Electric State Roleplaying Game (Free League)

  • Final Fantasy XIV TTRPG Starter Set (Square Enix)

  • His Majesty the Worm (Rise Up Comus)

  • Into the Mother Lands (Green Ronin/Tanya DePass)

  • Knave 2E (Ben Milton)

  • The Laundry 2nd Edition (Cubicle 7)

  • Lords of the Middle Sea (Chaosium)

  • Monty Python's Cocurricular Mediaeval Reenactment Programme (Exalted Funeral)

  • Mythic Bastionland (Chris McDowall)

  • Mythic Iceland 2E (Chaosium)

  • Pendragon 6E (Chaosium)

  • Pioneer (Mongoose Publishing)

  • QuestWorlds (Chaosium)

  • Ronin (Slightly Reckless Games)

  • Savage HeXXen (Ulisses Spiele)

  • The Secret World (Star Anvil Studios)

  • Shadow of the Weird Wizard (Schwalb Entertainment)

  • Shadow Scar (R. Talsorian)

  • Stonetop (penny lantern)

  • Tales of the Valiant (Kobold Press)

  • Talislanta 6th Edition (Everything Epic)

  • Tiny Cyberpunk (Gallant Knight Games)

  • Triangle Agency (Haunted Table Games)

  • Urban Shadows 2E (Magpie Games)

  • Mothership 1E

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As we do every year, it's time to vote for the most anticipated tabletop roleplaying game of the coming year! Here is last year's Top 10 (spoiler: the winner was Chaosium's Pendragon 6E). Previous winners include 13th Age (2013), Star Wars Force & Destiny (2015), Rifts for Savage Worlds (2016), Trudvang Chronicles (2017), Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition (2018), Savage Worlds Adventure Edition (2019), Dune (2020 & 2021), and Twilight 2000 (2021), Blade Runner (2022), and Pendragon 6E (2023). What will be the most anticipated RPG of 2024?

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We took nominations. Now it's time to vote. What will be the most anticipated RPG of 2024? You can vote for up to 3 games. Voting will be open for 2 weeks, until January 15th.


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  • How does a game qualify? It must have been nominated by you in the nomination thread with a valid formatted nomination, it must be a standalone tabletop RPG (not a setting, adventure, supplement, etc.), and it's projected release date to the general public (not just Kickstarter backers) should be in 2024.
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I had to go with:

  • Stonetop- feels a bit weird to vote for a game I've been playing for more than a year, but at the same time, how can I not vote for it?
  • Eat The Reich- because the premise is amazing and because Rowan, Rook, & Decard have yet to disappoint.
  • Mothership 1E- Again, a bit odd to vote for a game I've had for a while, but I've only played a handful of games, and have been waiting for 1E to run a proper campaign.

Mothership took the place of Death Match Island, which would have been my original third choice. That's a good looking game, but I have to go with the three above.

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Everything's Fine
for me, voted for Stonetop, Deathmatch Island, and Urban Shadows 2e. It was close between DMI and Cairn 2e, but I think it more likely that I will play Deathmatch Island as a one shot con game or with my indy game group for 2-3 sessions, than Cairn.
I'm hoping to actually get a longer term (10+ sessions) campaign going for Stonetop H2 2024 and then followed by same size campaign of Urban Shadows inH1 2025 (what?!? planning 2025 already?!)


My most anticipated rpg is definitely D&D One, but since the biggest RPG did not get nominated, I am choosing 13th age 2nd edition, Daggerhart and Knave 2E.

Cohors Cthulhu got one of my 3 votes too, which I wasn't even aware of until I read the nomination thread. Having homebrewed a series of adventures for Cthulhu Dark Ages 3e, I'm glad to see the mythos being adapted to another era. TBH though, while I'm a big fan of 2d20 Star Trek Adventures, I'm not so keen on the system for other settings and genres - have Dishonored and Infinity and they both fizzled for my group. I would have prefered an adaption of ancient Rome which used the CoC7 rules. I'll at least buy the PDF and get it to the table for a try.

Cthulhu Invictus is right there, ready to download.

I went for

Deathmatch Island, though I doubt I'll have a chance to run it. It's just very neat and beautifully presented.

Eat the Reich, which looks like a blast, and I'd love to take that system out for a spin.

Mythic Bastionland, the first McDowall game I'm really excited about. I like how it layers some complexity onto his previous games' super-light chassis.

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