10 Best Tabletop RPGs Everyone Should Play At Least Once

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As their popularity continues to grow, tabletop role-playing games are everywhere.  Players can find games for any play style and genre if they know where to look, and many have chosen to create their own games as development has become more accessible.

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When TTRPGs are brought up in conversation, many people immediately default to thinking of Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition.

Dungeons And Dragons: A Titan Of The Genre

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The best element of the Fate Core system is that it can be adapted to almost any setting.  The premise system works separately from the aspects.

FATE Core: Character-Driven With Unlimited Possibilities

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Call Of Cthulhu is the way to go for gamers whose tables want something a little more spooky.  It adopts HP's aesthetics and mythology.

Call Of Cthulhu: Classic Eldritch Horror

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Vampire: The Masquerade World of Darkness is the most famous of the universe of games.

Vampire: The Masquerade: Gateway To World Of Darkness

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For players who want to play a more morally gray campaign, but keep some of the fantasy elements that feature fantasy settings, they might want to try Blade in the Dark

Blades In The Dark: Gritty, Criminal Escapades

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Many gamers are unaware that the famous, or infamous, video game Cyberpunk 2077 was based on CD Projekt Red's cyberpunk TTRPG.

Cyberpunk: The TTRPG That Came Before The Game

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An icon among GM-less TTRPGs, Fiasco is a collaborative storytelling game about plans going horribly wrong.

Fiasco: No Preparation, Collaborative Misadventures

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Although the Monsterhearts game is a comparatively new addition to the world of tabletop role-playing games

Monsterhearts 2: The Monstrous Nature Of Adolescence

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Starfinder takes the established mechanics and elements of the famous fantasy TTRPG Pathfinder above the stratosphere.

Starfinder: A Well-Known System, But In Space!