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


217 votes were cast by total voters.


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Starfaring
1
0%
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Sunder the Stars
1
0%
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Sizzling Starships
1
0%
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Terminus V
4
2%
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SpaceQuest
1
0%
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Sabot and Laser
1
0%
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FASA Renegade Legion grav tanks
15
7%
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Battletech
33
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Defiance: Vital Ground
1
0%
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Quad-S
0
0%
 
Space Marine
20
9%
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Striker II
9
4%
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Warp War Microgame
14
6%
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Blasters & Bulkheads
3
1%
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Laserburn
15
7%
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Star Frontiers: Knight Hawks,
7
3%
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Glacta
3
1%
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G-Cav
0
0%
 
Distant World Battles
1
0%
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Fantastic Worlds
3
1%
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Star Fleet Battles
25
12%
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Vesuvius Incident
0
0%
 
Command Horizon
2
1%
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Warhammer 40K
19
9%
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No opinion
38
18%
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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