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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 Personal logo Editor Hebber The Editor of TMP