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Offline Shroudeye

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Worlds Of Wonder/Older editions of RQ/CoC
« on: November 25, 2010, 04:12:50 PM »
I purchased the boxed set when it was new. I was curious to see if anyone else every owned this set? I thoroughly enjoyed this product and spent many hours pouring over the pages.

I also liked RQ2, CoC, and Super World before they made changes to the system and it turned me away from Chaosium after that. I really liked the old D100 system and actually tried using it with a D&D home-brew.
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Re: Worlds Of Wonder/Older editions of RQ/CoC
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2012, 03:39:08 PM »
I picked up the WoW boxset at a gaming auction during a convention back in 1991 or so.  Futureworld was cool, but I really liked the simpler version of Superworld (compared to the Superworld boxed set which felt like it complicated things too much) along with several pages of designer notes from Different Worlds #23. 

The WoW boxed set was so very close to being one of, if not the very first, universal RPG on the market.  I would have loved to have seen a second WoW boxed set with Post Apocalypse/Wild West/Pirate settings. 


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