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POLL: Most Obscure Sci-Fi Rules You Play? - Round 1B


218 votes were cast by total voters.


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Personal logo brass1 Supporting Member of TMP writes:

Song of Blades and Heroes is a sci-fi game? Gee, my archers and men-at-arms are going to suffer a world-class case of genre shock.


LT


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Flash Point
2
1%
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MegaTraveller Referee's Companion
7
3%
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Hot Spot
3
1%
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Lasergrenadiers
3
1%
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Living Steel
6
3%
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Starguard
10
5%
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Cyborg Command
1
0%
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Rülerball
3
1%
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Dirtside
27
12%
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WarEngine/Shockforce
10
5%
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Full Thrust
35
16%
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In the Emperor's name
4
2%
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Tomorrow's War
29
13%
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Mech Attack
3
1%
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Wastelands
1
0%
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Future War Commander
22
10%
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Song of Blades and Heroes
12
6%
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Cobalt-1
3
1%
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No opinion
37
17%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian proposes:

What is the most obscure, unknown, no-one-has-ever-heard-of, published science-fiction ruleset that you actually play?

I don't mean "own" I mean that you play. More than once.

By "published," I mean something that regular gamers could have purchased or downloaded. Not your Uncle Gary's ruleset that only three people have ever played.

Poll set up by Editor Hebber Inactive Member