Genesys

By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Flight Games
Dec 1st, 2017
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Most RPG systems are very specific to a time or place. Medieval fantasy. Interstellar sci-fi. Pulp-noir Earth. The Genesys system isn’t like that. This new set of rules gives you the ability to play anywhere, anytime, anytheme. It’s now available from Fantasy Flight....
By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Flight Games
Nov 22nd, 2017
1 Comment
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No, the headline doesn’t mean that we’re taking a look at the different bardic classes in the game. Here, tone refers to how the game comes across for players. Is it light-hearted and comedic? Is it dark and brooding? Is it gritty? When a system says that it’s universal, it should b...
By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Flight Games
Nov 8th, 2017
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The Genesys RPG coming from Fantasy Flight Games can be used for any realm, any setting, any era, any location, any… anything, really. But with that blank canvass to start out with, it can be a bit to try and start with that first brush stroke. So… where do you begin? How does world-build...
By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Flight Games
Oct 25th, 2017
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The Genesys system looks to be truly universal. Using it, you can play a medieval fantasy, a modern thriller, or a sci-fi campaign. So it needs to cover a lot of ground, such as magic. But how will this system handle such a wild and broad topic while still making it universal? That’s what you [...
By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Flight Games
Oct 2nd, 2017
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1018 Views
Sure, when many people think of playing in an RPG, they think of heading down into the dungeon and smacking around some goblins or kobolds, grabbing the loot, and heading back to town, but what about when you do make it back to town? Or when you’ve got to get papers from the local nobility [&he...
By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Flight Games
Sep 18th, 2017
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The first thing you do when playing in an RPG is create your character (unless you’re the GM, in which case you’re creating everything else in the world, but that’s getting ahead of ourselves). Not much of an RPG if you don’t have a character to role (roll) as. It’s a pr...
By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Flight Games
Jun 28th, 2017
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Versatility is good. Having one thing be able to do multiple things is just efficient. That’s where the Genesys Role Playing Game comes in. Fantasy Flight Games has announced this new system, which utilizes their Narrative Dice mechanic. It’s realm-free, meaning you can use it in your fan...