Roleplaying Game Sites
We’ve mentioned several RPG websites in the various articles on our site. This is the page where you can find and visit those roleplayine game sites.
Our linking policy is simple. If we like your site, and if we think it offers a lot of value to our visitors, then we’ll list it here. Otherwise, we don’t link to it.
Alibris – They specialize in rare, collectible, and used books. You can find good prices on a surprising number of RPG books here.
Amazon – You’ll find a surprising number of rare, out of print, and collectible RPG books on Amazon, but be careful of the pricing there.
Chaosium – The original publishers of Runequest and Call of Cthulhu, Chaosium is still in business after all these years. I think it might be the oldest RPG publisher still in business.
Classic Marvel Forever – The best fan site for the original Marvel Superheroes game that I’ve ever seen.
eBay – The world’s largest online auction house is a great place to find out of print roleplaying games and books, but buyer beware.
Eden Studios – They published the Buffy and Angel RPGs, and they still publish gems like All Flesh Must Be Eaten.
Fantasy Flight Games – They publish a lot of uber-cool boardgames, but visitors on our site will mostly be interested in them because they publish Warhammer Roleplay.
Fantasy Football Tips – I content that fantasy football is geekery on a scale way beyond that of RPGs. In fact, playing fantasy football is a lot like playing an RPG based on the NFL.
Far Future Enterprises – Marc Miller’s own Traveller site. (He designed the game.)
Flying Buffalo – The publishers of Tunnels and Trolls as well as Mercenaries, Spies, and Private Eyes.
The Forge – Discussion forum for indie RPG designers.
Goodman Games – Publishers of the Dungeon Crawl Classics line, among other fine gaming products.
Greg Stafford’s Pendragon Page – Learn about Pendragon from the creator of the game himself, Greg Stafford.
Green Ronin – Publishers of Mutants and Masterminds, True20, and DC Adventures.
Hero Games – Publishers of The Hero System and Champions. Another game company that’s older than dirt.
Iron Crown Enterprises – The publishers of Rolemaster and Middle Earth Roleplaying.
Judges Guild – Old school publisher of RPG supplements for multiple games.
Kenzer & Company – The publishers of Hackmaster and Aces & Eights.
MERP – A community fansite for the Middle Earth Roleplaying game. I especially enjoyed the essays there from Michael Martinez, and if you like what he’s written there, you should check out more of his recent Middle Earth and JRR Tolkien articles.
Mongoose Publishing – They’re the current publishers of the latest line of Runequest, Traveller, Paranoia, and Judge Dredd RPGs, among others.
Mutants and Masterminds – The official site for the game of the same name.
Noble Knight – They specialize in out of print roleplaying games and other gaming products. They offer one of the better selections on the Internet for the gaming collector.
No Credit Check – A blog for people with credit challenges and financial issues. Hey, you can’t very well collect RPGs if you can’t pay your mortgage or your other bills, can you?
Odd Films – A friend of mine writes about weird and unusual movies here. I thought some of these might make for good inspiration for your gaming sessions.
Only Good Movies – You won’t find much here about playing RPGs, but you’ll find lots of lists of good movies which you can draw inspiration from for the games you play.
Pagan Publishing – Publishers of high quality Call of Cthulhu publications like Delta Green and The Unspeakable Oath.
Palladium Books – The publishers of Rifts, among many other fine RPG products.
Scholarship Programs – All of the RPG’ers I know have been young and intelligent, so they should go to college, and when they do, they should get as much help paying for it as they can.
Steve Jackson Games – The publishers of GURPS, Munchkin, and Illuminati.
Steve Kenson – The creator of Mutants and Masterminds and Icons.
Superhero Roleplaying Games – Another site of mine that focuses more on playing various roleplaying games than on collecting them. Features reviews of over 35 different superhero-themed RPGs and a few articles offering tips on how to get more out of your superhero RPG experience.
Troll and Toad – Like Noble Knight, they also specialize in out of print roleplaying books and games.
Trollgod’s Trollhalla – Ken St. Andre authored Tunnels and Trolls and Chaosium’s original Stormbringer RPG. This is his site about the setting for Tunnels and Trolls.
Waynes Books – Much of his site is reference material, but he does offer items for sale via links to his Amazon pages. An excellent resource that we consulted several times when we were writing this website.
White Wolf Publishing – The makers of the World of Darkness games, including Vampire: The Masquerade.
Wizards of the Coast – The publishers of Dungeons and Dragons and Magic the Gathering.