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This is traditional Dice and Paper roleplaying. The players pretend to be characters acting in a purely imaginary world that they all imagine together.

In this style of Roleplaying one player becomes the referee, Games Master or Dungeonmaster. They control the world and everything in it, apart from the other player's Characters.

The players use the Games Master as a conduit to the imaginary world in question, everything that takes place must be passed through the Game Master so he can incorporate the players actions into the universe.

Tabletop Roleplaying is over thirty years old now, and has come a long way from the early days of Gary Gygax's Fantasy roleplaying game Dungeons and Dragons. These days you can play in any thematic genre that takes your fancy, and there are TV and movie tie ins galore.

 

 
 

These are the Top Ten Tabletop Games in combined popularity and ratings.

  1. d20: Dungeons and Dragons
  2. d20: Call of Cthulhu
  3. Vampire: The Masquerade
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Sorted Games
No.Players Media Thematic Genre Publisher/System Rating Game Name
Many Table Comic Fantasy White Wolf/Story Teller 98% Vampire: The Masquerade
Many Table Comic Fantasy Wizards of the Coast/d20 98% Dungeons and Dragons 3rd Edition
One Digital Comic Fantasy BullFrog 98% Dungeon Keeper II
Two Cards Dice & Tiles Fantasy Wizards Of The Coast 78% Magic: The Gathering
Two Cards Dice & Tiles Fantasy Wizards Of The Coast 78% Magic: The Gathering
Many Board Historic Parker Brothers 59% Monopoly
Lots Digital Crime Web-games.co.uk 100% Crime Wars
No.Players Media Thematic Genre Publisher/System Rating Game Name

 

 
 

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