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RPG Systems pt 2: Poll!

I decided to collate all the systems mentioned in a more-or-less positive light for their mechanics in the last post, and make a poll of them.

 

Poll #1809728 RPG Systems!

Which of the following pen-and-paper RPGs have you played?

+Terrible Butterflies+
4(3.8%)
Champions
10(9.5%)
World Tree
6(5.7%)
Ars Magica
8(7.6%)
Savage Worlds
6(5.7%)
D&D 4e
7(6.7%)
D&D 3:5
13(12.4%)
GURPS
13(12.4%)
Legend
0(0.0%)
Heroes Unlimited
3(2.9%)
Marvel Superheroes
5(4.8%)
Cyberpunk 2020
7(6.7%)
ElfQuest
2(1.9%)
Star Wars (West End Games 1st ed.)
8(7.6%)
Vampire: the Masquerade
13(12.4%)

Which of the following pen-and-paper RPGs has mechanics that you particularly like? (As opposed to liking the setting but finding the rules clumsy or difficult).

+Terrible Butterflies+
4(7.4%)
Champions
5(9.3%)
World Tree
5(9.3%)
Ars Magica
5(9.3%)
Savage Worlds
4(7.4%)
D&D 4e
3(5.6%)
D&D 3:5
5(9.3%)
GURPS
6(11.1%)
Legend
1(1.9%)
Heroes Unlimited
1(1.9%)
Marvel Superheroes
3(5.6%)
Cyberpunk 2020
3(5.6%)
ElfQuest
1(1.9%)
Star Wars (West End Games 1st ed.)
3(5.6%)
Vampire: the Masquerade
5(9.3%)

Which of these pen-and-paper RPGs has your favorite mechanics?

+Terrible Butterflies+
1(5.3%)
Champions
2(10.5%)
World Tree
2(10.5%)
Ars Magica
0(0.0%)
Savage Worlds
2(10.5%)
D&D 4e
0(0.0%)
D&D 3:5
2(10.5%)
GURPS
3(15.8%)
Legend
1(5.3%)
Heroes Unlimited
0(0.0%)
Marvel Superheroes
3(15.8%)
Cyberpunk 2020
0(0.0%)
ElfQuest
0(0.0%)
Star Wars (West End Games 1st ed.)
0(0.0%)
Vampire: the Masquerade
3(15.8%)

What other RPG systems do you particularly like?

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