#RPGaDay2017 Which RPG do you enjoy adapting the most?

I’m not sure I adapt RPGs very often. I once used D&D 3e to run a Harry Potter one-shot, which was a hilarious disaster ​and taught me that you don’t adapt D&D to things, you adapt things to D&D.

Beyond that, “adapting” is basically what you do with HERO, and that’s always been fun for me.

Hmm… I guess my Sunday crew also “adapted” Marvel Heroic to use homebrewed PCs, and that turned out great, so I’ll throw Cortex Plus/Prime in there as well.

22 thoughts on “#RPGaDay2017 Which RPG do you enjoy adapting the most?

  1. < ![CDATA[Michael Miller But I've only done it once! Dave Michalak I think MHR assumes you'll use those guidelines to stat Marvel characters not covered in the books, so I'm counting it.]]>

  2. We were not allowed to create new characters. That didn’t mean the people who played the game couldn’t. The guidelines for making new data files were framed as “make data files for other Marvel characters” for that reason.

  3. < ![CDATA[We were not allowed to create new characters. That didn't mean the people who played the game couldn't. The guidelines for making new data files were framed as "make data files for other Marvel characters" for that reason.]]>