The Numenera RPG is about exploration, including the eight worlds that came before and uses the excellent Cypher System.
Monte Cook Games now has a Cypher System-powered version of The Magnus Archives on the way, running the crowdfunding project on BackerKit.
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From a Warrior who Strikes With an Amethyst Fist, channelling power through a psionically resonant prosthetic, to a traveller character with a mysterious cosmic map imprinted on their skin, to a character with the Limbo Touched ability, who can change objects at will—characters with ties to the planes are just a bit different.
A successful Kickstarter in 2019 took the Numenera world and shaped it into the 5e-powered Arcana of the Ancients.
The update includes new rules, character options, cypher and fantasy creatures. The RPG Godforsaken provides most of the new additions.
I think EN World started this, and they’ve done it again with thousands of votes. It makes sense to share their results rather than reinvent the wheel.
The 212-page hardback collection compiles ten adventures for Numenera, the Cypher System and The Strange.
DriveThruRPG’s big Christmas in July sale has been on for a few days, with about two weeks left. That’s enough time to see which games are contenders for the best sellers.
One of this blogger’s favourite RPG systems – and I’ve seen a lot – now has an open license.