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Askin for suggestion: the simplest medieval fantasy rpg system for childre Anonymous 17/04/11(Tue)01:37 No. 120704

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As per title.
I wanted to introduce a group of 6 to 8 yo kids to classic medieval fantasy rpg, but I need a system that is very, very rule-light.
Pathfinder Beginner Box is already far over the top, I'd like something that gives them a minimum of customization and just requires them to add simple bonuses to their rolls.
Any suggestion?
And of course, if anyone knows of any system that is not only rule-light, but specifically designed for children, that would be even better.

HERO KIDS Anonymous 17/04/11(Tue)03:14 No. 120710




Anonymous 17/04/11(Tue)03:16 No. 120711



Anonymous 17/04/11(Tue)05:04 No. 120714

From what I can see (don't have time to check thoroughly, atm), Hero Kids is closer to my personal tastes.
It isn't free like First Fable, though.
Any idea if Hero Kids was ever shared in the (now buried) request thread? Got any link to it?

Anonymous 17/04/11(Tue)08:40 No. 120716

You might like Ryuutama, I know I did a lot.

Anonymous 17/04/11(Tue)13:37 No. 120722

Fall of Magic

Anonymous 18/01/01(Mon)11:07 No. 131140

The BESM game Big Ears, Small Mouse, its Tristat and pretty straightforward.

Also, Faery's Tale Deluxe. Again, only 3 character stats, but different system than BESM.

Honestly, I've found that children 10 and under seem to enjoy making a story up as much as any other part of an rpg. This makes Storycubes a serious contender as an intro to roleplaying of any type.

Admittedly, from about the age of 10 or 11, depending on the child, the rules and numbers can become quite enjoyable. At least they did for me.

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