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What Game Systems Do You Have?

Micah Sweet

Level Up & OSR Enthusiast
I'm maintaining a list of different systems I have - partly to discourage me from buying more (Yeah, right!) and partly to know what I have available as options. I'm keeping this organized by listing the same game in the same line (since 1st edition AD&D and OSRIC are pretty much the same) and also organizing by genre (if applicable).

What games do you have?
  1. B/X (Rules Cyclopedia, OSE, etc.) D&D Editions
  2. 1st Edition AD&D (OSRIC)
  3. 2nd Edition AD&D (For Gold and Glory)
  4. 3rd Edition (3.5, Pathfinder)
  5. 4th Edition D&D
  6. 5th Edition D&D
  7. Level Up: Advanced 5e
  8. Pathfinder 2e
  9. Swords & Wizardry OSR
  10. Basic Fantasy
  11. Castles & Crusades
  12. Hyperborea 3e
  13. Mork Borg Other Fantasy
  14. Warhammer Fantasy 2e
  15. Warhammer Fantasy 4e
  16. Warhammer Age of Sigmar
  17. Zweihander
  18. Forbidden Lands
  19. RuneQuest
  20. Dungeon Crawl Classics
  21. Shadow of the Demon Lord
  22. 13th Age
  23. Dungeon World
  24. Savage Pathfinder
  25. The Fantasy Trip
  26. Warlock!
  27. Star Wars (WEG) Sci-Fi
  28. Star Wars SAGA
  29. Star Wars (Fantasy Flight)
  30. Coriolis
  31. Starfinder
  32. Gamma World 1e
  33. Gamma World 7e
  34. After the Bomb
  35. Savage Rifts
  36. Deadlands Lost Colony
  37. Esper Genesis
  38. Mothership
  39. Vast Grimm
  40. Hollow Earth Expedition
  41. Call of Cthulhu (Chaosium) Modern
  42. Call of Cthulhu (d20)
  43. Deadlands
  44. Holler
  45. TMNT & Other Strangeness
  46. Mutants in the Now/Next
  47. Twilight 2000
  48. Kids on Bikes
  49. Monster of the Week
  50. Vaesen
  51. Mutants and Masterminds
  52. Marvel (FASERIP)
  53. D20 Modern
  54. Savage Worlds Generic Systems
  55. Byte
  56. Index Card RPG
D&D (1e, 2e, RC, Metzer Basic, 3e/3.5, 5e), and various 3pp for same.

Mutants & Masterminds 3e


Cyberpunk (all versions but the new one)

L5R (all AEG & WotC versions)

Star Wars FFG

Star Trek Adventures

Traveler (classic & D20)

Hackmaster (both versions)



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That's all I can think of, but I'm sure there's more. And that's just in physical format.

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On my physical gaming shelves, somewhat sorted by genre:

(A)D&D 1e, 2e, 3e, 3.5e, 4e, 5e
Iron Claw/Jade Claw
World Tree
Fifth Cycle
Palladium RPG
Bunnies and Burrows (GURPS version)
Star Wars WEG, Star Wars d20
Dune (Last Unicorn Games' version)
Robotech (Palladium version)
Mekton Zeta
Renegade Legion: Legionnaire (+ RL tactical games)
Battletech: Mechwarrior (+ BT tactical games)
Heavy Gear 1e, 2e, 3e
Jovian Chronicles 1e, 2e
Core Command
Spacemaster (+ Armored Assault & Starstrike tactical)
Albedo 1e, 2e
Tribe 8
Cyberpunk, Cyberpunk
Car Wars (ok, not an RPG :p)
Ninjas & Superspies
Spycraft 1e, 2e
Top Secret, Top Secret SI, Top Secret NWO
Phoenix Command (again, arguably not an RPG)
Fantasy Hero, Star Hero

(Digital there are a tonne, I'll have to do those later! :) )
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aramis erak

just as a clear indicator of my obsessive game hording, my total game collection stacked up is 3-4 cubic meters, between RPGs and boardgames. Just added a new boardgame and an RPG book yesterday.

bedir than

Full Moon Storyteller
I had a lot back in 1994 when I dreamed of being a game designer, but then joined the Army and my bookshelves were purged for me.

It's narrow now, which is fine.
  • 5e
  • Zweihander
  • Twilight: 2000 (Free League)
  • Tiny Libraries (there's 50ish single playing card RPGs)


Trust the Fungus
D&D: Rules Cyclopedia, AD&D 2e/Player's Option, 4e, 5e, Rokugan
Other TSR: Boot Hill, Gamma World 4e and Alternity, Star Frontiers, Alternity Science Fiction Role-Playing, Bullywinkle and Rocky Roleplaying Party Game, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (all the books, none of the boxes)
OSR: ACKS, Old School Essentials (Classic and Advanced), White Star, Overlords of Dimension 25
Pathfinder: 1e, 2e, Starfinder
Storyteller: Street Fighter: the Storytelling Game, Adventure!
Palladium: TMNT/After the Bomb, Heroes Unlimited, Ninjas & Superspies
Fate: Fate Core, Dresden Files Roleplaying, Spirit of the Century, Tianxia
Barbarians of Lemuria: Mythic edition, Honor + Intrigue, Everywhen
Other: Marvel Heroic Roleplaying

I'm sure I'm forgetting a couple of games I only have the core rules for.


Aspiring Trickster Mentor
I'm not the only one?!?! Fun books.

Does it count if we have adventures or splat books, but not the core rules? Because then add AD&D 1 & 2 and SAGA to the list below. (I purged Cyberpunk 2020, and most of 1, 2, 3/3.5, and SAGA in a "downsize" years ago, about halfway through the lifespan of 4E. But I kept Waterdeep & the North, Dragonlance Adventures, and the SAGA Bestiary, and have added some Lahnkmar in the interim.)

And, I just reorganized my shelves, so I can look over and they're all lined up all pretty now:
Coyote & Crow (Core Rule Book)
Cyberpunk RED (Jumpstart Kit)
Pathfinder 1E (Beginner Box & CRB)
Pathfinder 2E (Beginner Box)
Shadowrun 1E
Star Wars WEG (The Fantasy Flight slipcase from a few year ago)
Star Wars d20 (Invasion of Theed Starter Set)
Starfinder 1E (Beginner Box & CRB)
RuneQuest (2020 Starter Set)
D&D 4E (Starter Set Box, PHB, DMG, MM)
D&D 5E (PHB and all of the Starter Set Boxes)
Brancalonia (D&D 5E)
The Lord of the Rings RPG (D&D 5E, CRB only. So Far...)
The One Ring (With Tales from the Lone Lands on preorder, & kickstarted Moria. I have a Free League problem)
Alien (Starter Set only)
Tales from the Loop (CRB)
Vassen (CRB, Mythic Britain & Ireland London map pack)
(Seriously. Between me and Free League and my wife and IKEA for organization, it's more of a "Let's throw money at the Swedes" problem.)


Probably around 15 - 20 physical copies of games. I got rid of most of mine years ago and the only reason that I have that many is because since trimming my collection down to around five or so I will occasionally pick up a new game to read the rules. In PDF I have far more than I am willing to count.


About 5 years ago I made a concerted effort to pare down the physical number of RPG systems/rulebooks I have on my shelves. So In alphabetical order these are those that I still have print copies for:
  • Call of Cthulhu 7e
  • Cepheus Deluxe (Cepheus Engine)
  • D&D 5e
  • FATE Core
  • Mongoose Traveller 2
  • Mythras
  • Pathfinder 1e
  • 13th Age
  • True20
  • Savage Worlds
  • Shadowrun 3e
I'd vowed to have less than 10 and got below that, but in the last 2 years I've added print copies of Call of Cthulhu 7, Cepheus Deluxe, Mongoose Traveller 2 and 13th Age. I'm big on homebrewing and find I can usually brew anything I want with Cepheus, FATE, Mythras, True20 or Savage Worlds. And can use more niche rulesets like Call of Cthulhu, Traveller or Shadowrun when I want to create something for specific subgenres. In my last round of paring down, I traded away soft/hardcovers for Dragon Age, A time of War (Battletech), D20 Modern and WeG Star Wars 2e. I don't often play 5e any more, so I only held on to my Players Handbook and gifted my MM, DMG and a whole series of orther 5e companions to my sons.

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