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  1. Just a note that I've updated the links for Planeshift:Equestria and Ponies for D&D4e.
  2. Hello there! I'm a long time Tabletop/Traditional/Pen & Paper Role-Playing Gamer as well as My Little Pony fan. I've been keeping a list of the Poly-related TRPGs for the Pony discussion threads in the Giant in the Playground forum; when EqD put up their game lists I sent in the then-current version of the list (I emailed an update a few weeks back, but I'm not sure it made it in), but now that these forums have started up and have a place for the topic I though it made sense to post the latest on here as well. If you have any corrections or updates, please post a reply! LIST OF MY LITTLE PONY FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC TABLETOP ROLE PLAYING GAMES (Updated 29 April 2018) Hasbro's Officially Licensed My Little Pony Friendship is Magic TRPG -- Tails of Equestria, from River Horse PDF via DriveThruRPG (Facebook Page) Stand-alone Games -- D20 Based: Courage is Magic (2.2 The Moon Sets Edition!) (Very Heavily Modified D&D4 based) Heroes of Equestria (D&D-ish) Pony Tales: Aspirations of Harmony (d20 meets Final Fantasy style) D6 Based: Magic of Equestria (a system in progress designed for play-by-post) My Little Pony: Roleplaying is Magic, Season Four Pony Tales the RPG (Open d6 based) My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, The Roleplaying Game (Older game using a D6 dice pool) Puzzles and Ponies (Simple 1d6 game) D10 based: Sereg's Pony RPG (D10 dice pool) D100 (percentile dice) based: Fallout: Equestria RPG Older, different Fallout:Equestria RPG Fallout: Equestria PNP Multiple die type based: My Little Heroes AKA Hooves of Heroes (Original ODT file) (PDF version) Ponies: The Roleplaying Game Dice Pool Based (Ubiquity System): Roan – Pulp Adventure RPG (Commercial "Equine Action Adventure in a world of Pulp Fiction") Playing card based: Friendship is Magic, the Tabletop RPG (GitP forum) Commercial Card-based Dungeon Adventure Game: Buck: Legacy Supplements for existing systems -- Ponyfinder, a commercial Pony-based Campaign Setting for Pathfinder (Main book, has many supplements) Pony Races for Pathfinder (Old) 2012 Fan Pony-Pathfinder thread on Paizo forum Ponyfinder Setting Book is also available in a version for D&D 5th Edition Planeshift:Equestria, a Pony sourcebook for D&D 5e (New version 1.10) Roleplaying in Equestria for D&D Fifth Edition and associated Bestiary and Artifact book Digo's Pony Races for D&D 5e (Discussion on GitP) Ponies for D&D 4e Dungeons & Dragons: Friendship is Magic (Ponies for D&D 3.5) Pony Races for D&D 3.5 (GitP forum) Ponies! My Little Pony: D20 adaptation The Conversion Bureau (uses Microlite 20) Rarity's Marvelous Wish-Granting Chapeaux (RPGnet forum, FiM using The Chuubo's Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine RPG.) The Savage World of My Little Pony (uses Savage Worlds) My Little Pony meets Exalted tumblr Shadowtrot by Digo Dragon (uses Shadowrun 4e) (Original Nightmare Run) The Mane Six for FATE Accelerated (RPGnet forum) MLP:FiM for Burning Engine/Mouse Guard (Discussion on RPGnet) Unknown Ponies: Failure is Awesome (uses Unknown Armies) Don't Rest Your Hooves (uses Don't Rest Your Head) Don't Hate Your Friends (Don't Rest Your Head hack, RPGnet forum) My Little Legend (uses the Legend RPG from Rule of Cool RPGs) Ponies for Oz (uses Adventures in Oz: Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road)
  3. I've added Planeshift:Equestria, Ponies for D&D Fifth Edition to the list.
  4. Another update, as I was informed of Magic of Equestria, a new game being designed mainly for play-by-post use, but as far as I can tell still suitable for tabletop play.
  5. Tabletop Gaming News did a nice review of Tails of Equestria, with a lot of information about how the game works. Worth a read if you're at all interested in ToE.
  6. Topaz

    Seeds of Harmony [PnP RPG]

    This looks pretty cool! I always welcome more Pony RPGs for people to try.
  7. Just a bump to let folks know that the list has been updated - not a lot of changes, but some updated links and a few dead links purged.
  8. This looks like an awesome start to the game! Thanks for posting it.
  9. Well, you're certainly welcome, but really it's just an hour or so every month or so, or when I run across or am told of a new project. The size of the list is primarily due to the creativity of the brony community and that it's been accumulating links for three and a half years now.
  10. I do have to warn you that the list is pretty much Everything I Could Find, so it ranges from projects still in reasonably active development to stuff that got put up in Seasons One/Two and never revised since, as well as everything from complete games to brief discussions of "how I would do Pony in X". On the other hoof, the P&P RPG community has a long history of latching onto something and using it as a beginning for their own further ideas, so I figured I would put it all up and let the interested parties sort it out. I do go through it every so often for new versions and broken links, and I add other projects as I come across them.