Ultimate Fantasy: Dozens of optional rules to simulate the classic fantasy RPG. Includes 48 races and another 48 classes, as well as a customized character sheet. Here’s a rules guide for those first-time gamers in your group, answering questions like, “What are hit points?” and “Which die do I roll?” Here’s a simple Microlite 20 Fantasy Modern-Day Template to calculate the statistics for fantasy and modern Domino Writing-style Microlite 20 games.
Ultimate Modern-Day: Tell stories of wizard schoolboys, secret agents and alien hunters. Includes a very simple yet comprehensive system to add cars, space fighters and warships to your game. 100 percent compatible with all other Domino Writing-style Microlite 20 games.
Ultimate Costumes: Possibly my most popular game, the familiar Microlite 20 rules with a comic book superhero spin. No other superhero RPG offers the “Oblivious” power! Includes a character sheet and random roll rules, hearkening back to the classic FASERIP system. I also created a simple Microlite 20 Costumes Template to calculate your character’s Power Points.
Ultimate Mecha: Bring mechs and shape-changing robots to your game table (anime-style too).
Ultimate Ultramicrolite: Want Microlite 20 action in one page? Includes rules for fantasy, modern-day and even social combat.
I don’t get to play with other gamers as often as I would like. When I still want to play, I turn to my solitaire role playing rules — there are a few other options in there too.
Physical, Subterfuge, Knowledge, Communication: there are only a few skills in Microlite 20. How do other game systems compare? Check out this skills guide to make translating between game systems easier.
What does a 16 Strength really mean? How good are you if you have 5 skill ranks? Answer your questions with the standards I use for my RPG blog.