16 books — 1 voter
Role Playing Games
A role-playing game (RPG) is a game in which players assume the roles of characters in a fictional setting. Players take responsibility for acting out these roles within a narrative, either through literal acting, or through a process of structured decision-making or character development.
Role-playing is sometimes called gaming. ...more
Role-playing is sometimes called gaming. ...more
Demon: The Fallen
Cthulhu Mythos Horror From Lovecraft And Beyond
95 books — 2 voters
LitRPG: the books set in virtual reality online MMORPG games
645 books — 970 voters
The GM's Bookshelf
12 books — 4 voters
For those who like roleplaying, reading, and the paranormal world of Lockwood & Co, in this role…more
[close] For those who like roleplaying, reading, and the paranormal world of Lockwood & Co, in this roleplaying group you take the role of agents fighting the ghosts that are London, and all of England's, greatest problem. Only the youth can see, hear, or otherwise sense ghosts, adults only feel a slight chill at the ghosts presence, or swell up and die at the touch. Through your courage and Talent, you keep London safe, and allow the ordinary adults to go about their normal (ish) lives. Its not all fun and congratulations though, the problem is steadily getting worse, and as every good agent knows, fighting ghosts is dangerous and deadly. Whether as a teenage agent or an adult supervisor, the ghost fighting business is fraught with peril, and if you fail, well, its one more ghost for your companions to fight. Join us in fighting the deadliest problem the world has yet to face, in the wonderful world of Lockwood & Co.
4 members, last active 6 months ago
An academy deep in a heavily wooded forest, secluded from all humankind and humanity itself. The…more
[close] An academy deep in a heavily wooded forest, secluded from all humankind and humanity itself. The walls of this huge school is made entirely of bricks, some cracked, shingles broken on the rooftops. A certain fixer-upper- as the humans see it. A great illusion surrounds this school, one that prevents it from prying eyes, except to those that reside within its borders. In this roleplay, if you don't know what lycanthropy is, it's pretty much the idea of werewolves, except, in this academy, there are many other versions of animal shape shifters. You can create any type of lycanthropy animal, or you can play as a clueless human (not saying that that has to be one of it's traits). You can also play as mythical shape shifters, but those types are rare. (Depending on how many people this group has, there will be about 10% of the students here playing as dragons, unicorns, Pegasi, etc. Please do not create your own type of animal and call it mythical.) (There will be many more topics to come, please be patient. I will create a topic where you can suggest others. WARNING: This WILL TAKE TIME. BE PAITIENT. :> ) -Principal Luck (Philimena Luck & Lilliana Luck)
6 members, last active 18 minutes ago
Community for fans of LitRPG and the LitRPG Forum. 🎮 +📖 = 👍 If you want to hang out and chat wi…more
[close] Community for fans of LitRPG and the LitRPG Forum. 🎮 +📖 = 👍 If you want to hang out and chat with other LitRPG fans, be sure to check out our "Discord" forum post!
1,270 members, last active 2 days ago
Welcome to the Multiverse. A place people called world-hoppers can stay and rest in. It is a poc…more
[close] Welcome to the Multiverse. A place people called world-hoppers can stay and rest in. It is a pocket dimension that is easily accessible throughout all the AUs, and contains everything you might need. In multiple, countless worlds with endless possibilities, there is no such thing as too much or too little. Whether you knew about the AUs or not, many people are somehow prodded into this place through the portal station and sealed in. A vast town with androids working in shops instead of people, the ground and sky a pitch black void. As you near the outskirts of the town, you feel a tug at your gut telling you to turn back around, and you decide to edge closer, bit by bit. Sure enough, you feel an edge with your feet, and you peer down. More black. It blends in. As you learn more about the town, other people who know where they are begin explaining it to you and many others. The Multiverse. You come from a universe among billions. But the problem is, the people who were aware of this have no idea why all these people were thrown in randomly, and the portals won't reopen. They're trapped, and they suspect some god or goddess or creator is keeping them there, possibly for entertainment. You're directed to the ID center, where you get an ID card, and an Asuri card. Droids will scan you and find who you are and what world you come from, and then print out an ID card. This just puts you into their system as a world hopper. With an ID card, you can then get an Asuri card; droids will take your money in exchange for a card with points, and with it you can buy what you'd like — a hotel room, food and drink, clothes... And, you can't die here. Through any means. World-hoppers explain that you could possibly fall past that edge and fall into the void, where you're trapped as a single existing soul forever. If you fall in, everyone who knew you forgets you existed. But some people here have varying morals, and so, murderous intent is possible. You're warned to be careful...
8 members, last active 6 months ago
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