Jason Mical made the original fan-made Fallout tabletop RPG. That was good enough for Glutton Creeper Games to commission him to do an official one, sadly legal issues between Glutton Creeper and Bethesda got in the way, and the roleplaying game became Exodus instead. Exodus, though, is highly rated and currently has a 4 star ranking at DTRPG.
The fan-made project continued, maintained by Hank The Tank who estimates they’ve put about 300 hours into formatting and testing the now heavily modified game.
The game is currently available via Google Drive link (not maintained by Geek Native), and you can browse the 74-page embed above, or click the download link if you like what you see.
The Overseer’s Manual 6th edition brings together all the Fallout games into a single world and couples it with tabletop mechanics, illustrations, introductions, equipment and even stats.
This year, Modiphius is working on the official Fallout TRPG and the playtest was recruiting in January.
It’s not wrong to start your fantasy adventure with your to-be-heroes in a tavern but it is a cliche. What if you want to do something different? An accessible and wise approach is to have your players work together to build some reason to care for the other PCs into their own character’s background. ‘Session […]
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