Tabletop Games (Common Content)

Games that you play face-to-face with others.

This page shows all shareable games. For a list that only contains free, libre and open works, see Tabletop Games (Libre)

For more details on the laws surrounding tabletop gaming copyright, see Protection from Chaos.

Tabletop Games

  • Destiny System ● A universal RPG.
  • Diaspora ● Singularity FATE-based role-playing.
  • Djinnbusters ● Hunt ghosts in a land of sultans and deserts.
  • Dominion Rules ● Medieval classless fantasy role-playing.
  • Donjon ● A fantasy dungeoncrawl game with significant player narrative control.
  • Doodles & Dragons ● 'n celebration of finishing my year-long effort to draw a cartoon of every single monster in the 2nd Edition AD&D Monstrous Manual, I made a PDF containing a one page World of Dungeons hack along with every one of my cartoons.'
  • Draft ● A generic RPG with rules for magic and hit locations.
  • DragonNet RPG ● A classless fantasy RPG.
  • DramaSystem SRD ● The basic system of the Hillfolk RPG.
  • Dread ● A diceless horror game that uses a Jenga tower.
  • Dread House ● Spend the night in a haunted house.
  • Dresden Files RPG ● A FATE RPG about modern magic.
  • Drowning & Falling ● The Fantasy Role-Playing Game of Adventure and Death from Drowning and Falling
  • Drupal: The Card Game"In this quick card game 2-4 players compete to earn the most reputation by developing new Drupal modules and building complex websites!"
  • Dulse ● A game about relationships, ideals, and the choices we make to preserve or destroy them.
  • Dungeon Crawl - Risus ● Dungeoncrawling in Risus.
  • Dungeon Squad ● A simple dungeon-crawl game.
  • Dungeon Squad 2 ● A fantasy RPG designed for quick play and no fuss.
  • Dungeon Squad (Jim Adams) ● A hack of Dungeon Squad by Jim Adams.
  • Dungeon World ● An RPG based on Apocalypse World for dungeoncrawling adventure.
  • Dungeons & Dragons 3E ● The third edition of the world's most popular roleplaying game.
  • Dungeons Daring ● A fantasy RPG designed by a committee.
  • Dungeonslayers 3X ● A fun and rules-lite dungeoncrawl game (editions 3 and 3.5).
  • Dungeonslayers 4 ● A fun and rules-lite dungeoncrawl game (4th edition).
  • E6 ● The game inside Dungeons & Dragons.
  • Eclipse Phase"Humanity stands on the cusp of a new age, with accelerated technological growth converging toward a singularity point, promising an undreamt-of future."
  • Edition Thirteen ● A new take on the 4C System
  • El Rey Muerto ● A Spanish RPG.
  • Elevation of Privilege ● 'The EoP card game helps clarify the details of threat modeling and examines possible threats to software and computer systems.'
  • Enchanted Realms ● Role-playing with cards.
  • Engine Heart ● An RPG in a post-human world.
  • Enter the Avenger ● A short and simple swords & sorcery RPG.
  • Epées & Sorcellerie ● A game inspired by Original Dungeons & Dragons with some modern changes.
  • Epitome ● A free, universal RPG.
  • Errant RPG ● A fantasy role-playing game.
  • Escape from Thanatos ● A Space Opera where one takes on the roles of Captain Talia Mercury, Merchant Prince Marcus Dunn, ageing Space Knight Sir Lux Angelo, Francisco - Talia's stalwart companion, and Mona - a mysterious stowaway as they crash land on the planet Thanatos after escaping the Omegan Empire!
  • Evil Wizards in a Cave ● 'Evil Wizards in a Cave is a short adventure module compatible with both the Dungeon World and Labyrinth Lord fantasy role-playing games.'
  • Executive Decision ● Compete for the trust of the President of the United States.
  • Exploding Kingdoms ● Inspired by 4th edition D&D.
  • Explosions & Escapes ● A simple, clean RPG for emulating action movies.
  • Fantastic Heroes & Witchery ● An extensive tabletop RPG.
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  • Fantasy Craft ● A fantasy RPG based on the MasterCraft engine.
  • FAST ● A light and simple skill-based RPG.
  • FATE 2E ● A universal game based on the FATE engine.
  • Fate Accelerated Edition ● A lite version of the fractal role-playing game Fate.
  • Fate Core System ● An extended version of the fractal role-playing game Fate.
  • Fate Game ● 'The game is set in a floating island and there the inhabitants have their own struggles with life. '
  • Fate System Toolkit ● A toolkit for the Fate tabletop RPG.
  • Final Decrees ● 'Final Decrees is a board game based on a monstrous incompetent bureaucracy.'

Tabletop Game Resources

  • You All Meet In A Tavern ● 'As a fledgling adventurer you have decided that the best way to get into the business is by attending the monthly Adventurer-Nite at the local White Griffon Tavern.'
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