And if you’re interested in diceless roleplaying:
- The 5-part series of blog posts that started the the Free Kriegsspiel Revolution and the Landshut Rules, in a way: https://darkwormcolt.wordpress.com/2018/10/play-worlds-not-rules-juggling-ideas.html
- Play Apocalypse World with the Landshut rules
- An interview with my friend Bob Meyer, one of Dave Arneson’s original players
- Bloodstone (and Bloodstone Redux) was one of my first FKR games
- Play Bound for Glory, my FKR hack of Dungeon World
- Play Car Wars Classic Chapter 4 (the rpg rules) with the Landshut Rules
- Play Cyberpunk 2020 with the Landshut Rules
- Play in the wild, true/untrue world/unworld of Discordianism!
- Play my latest version of FKR-style Original Dungeons&Dragons, with hit points and variable damage. You might also want to play this version here: D&D whitebox edition.
- Play The Dark Eye (Das Schwarze Auge) FKR style.
- Create a Freeway Warrior character and his/her vehicle; you know how to play Mad Max, don’t you?
- Play Futurepunk with the Landshut rules
- Play the GLOG with the Landshut rules.
- Play Fairy Tales with the Landshut rules.
- Play Hong Kong Action Theatre! with the Landshut rules.
- Play Into the Odd with the Landshut Rules
- Add mixed successes to your Landshut game
- Play Rifts with the Landshut Rules.
- Play Risus with the Landshut Rules.
- Play the the Rules Cyclopedia with the Landshut Rules.
- Play Shadowrun 1e with the Landshut Rules. Or use my DOSPunk rules here.
- Play Simple Feng, my Landshut Feng Shui hack.
- Play the Transmetropolitan comic here.
- Play my Traveller-like game “FKR-Trav“
- Play Troika! with the Landshut rules.
- Play Twilight:2000 and similar games with my United We Stand rules.
- Use Active Armor Rolls for more tension in your FKR fights.
- Play Veil 2020 with the Landshut rules
- Play Warhammer with the Landshut Rules (click here for the latest incarnation of the rules)
- Play Whitehack with the Landshut Rules
Some of you know of my brave forays into the primeval ages of roleplaying. As a result of these beautiful journeys, I finally formulated our homebrew rules. I call them free kriegsspiel rules because that’s what they are, effectively.
Still, I feel they deserve at least some kind of reference, a name that tells others where they originated from. So, I decided to stay traditional and name our rules after the place they come from: Landshut, the Lower Bavarian town I was born in. The Twin Cities had and still have their Twin Cities gamers and several variants of Twin City rules, and now Landshut has its Landshut rules, and I think it’s fitting.