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What game do you own the most books for...

...that you never actually play? Whether it's a 'just collecting', 'haven't played in ages', 'can't find a group', whatever.

Me, it's Modiphius' Star Trek Adventures. After I posted the last thread about Trek games, I was able to get a good deal on most of the books; I think the only things I'm missing are the Player's/GM's Guides, the Klingon core book, and the Disco sourcebook; and I'm not too broken up about missing those. Even scored the tricorder collector's set!

Got to thinking about it because Modiphius announced STA 2E recently, supposedly back-compatible with all the 1E books, but they've already previewed a couple pretty significant mechanical changes and I'm wondering how the conversion is meant to work. Surely they'll get to that in later previews.

Posted on 2024-04-21 at 18:37:11.

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For me...'s probably Shadowrun. Had a good run playing back in the "good ol' days," and have books out the wazoo as a result. Group fell apart and stopped playing, though, and other than a few online romps in the late 90's early 00's, haven't played since. Gamma World and Gurps come in at the top 3 as well.

Posted on 2024-05-09 at 19:22:22.

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