Dungeons & Dragons is more popular now than ever before, but that doesn’t mean it’s for everyone. In fact, plenty of fantastic tabletop role-playing games (TTRPGs) from indie creators are ready and waiting for you to have a go at them. Whether you’ve played TTRPGs before, or you’re looking for your first foray into the world of tabletop gaming, the quiz below will tell you which TTRPG you should play next.
Finding the TTRPG that’s right for you can be challenging. It’s not as cut and dry as seating fantasy fans at the D&D table and giving the sci-fi readers over to Cyberpunk. Everyone has their own tastes, values, and — sorry — traumas. This quiz only uses your reading habits to determine the TTRPG you should play next.
That’s all to say that, unfortunately, your results may vary. If your result doesn’t work for you, I’m sorry. I’m also confident that one of the TTRPGs on the list below will be perfect for you and your friends. Once you’ve finished taking the quiz — and I won’t tell if you want to take it multiple times — be sure to check out all the possible results below.
Above all else, remember to stay safe and have fun. That’s what gaming is all about, after all.
The TTRPG You Should Play Next, Based On Your Reading Habits
Want to check out more great TTRPGs to play this year? Here’s the full list of possible recommendations:
Armour Astir: Advent by Briar Sovereign
Brindlewood Bay by Jason Cordova
Dream Askew / Dream Apart by Avery Alder and Benjamin Rosenbaum
Jiangshi: Blood in the Banquet Hall by Banana Chan and Sen-Foong Lim
Magical Kitties Save the Day by Matthew J. Hanson
MYTHIC D6 by Khepera Publishing
Ryuutama: Natural Fantasy Role Play by Atsuhiro Okada and Daniel Solis
Sleepaway by Jay Dragon
Songs for the Dusk by Kavita Poduri and Quinn Vega
Urban Shadows by Andrew Medeiros and Mark Diaz Truman
And here are all the books mentioned in the quiz! If you’re looking for a series, please keep in mind that series are listed by their first installment:
The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha ChristieThe Odyssey by HomerDracula by Bram StokerFrankenstein by Mary ShelleyIf Beale Street Could Talk by James BaldwinOld Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by T.S. EliotTripmaster Monkey: His Fake Book by Maxine Hong KingstonParable of the Sower by Octavia ButlerI, Robot by Isaac AsimovRedwall by Brian JacquesThe Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. LewisWelcome to Dead House by R.L. StineA Jar of Dreams by Yoshiko UchidaSong of the Trees by Mildred D. TaylorThe Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler WarnerDinosaurs Before Dark by Mary Pope OsborneHow Tía Lola Came to (Visit) Stay by Julia AlvarezKiki’s Delivery Service by Eiko KadonoEncyclopedia Brown, Boy Detective by Donald J. SobolIron Widow by Xiran Jay ZhaoThe Unbroken by C.L. ClarkLast Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda LoGearbreakers by Zoe Hana MikutaMy Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham JonesArsenic and Adobo by Mia P. ManansalaThe Chosen and the Beautiful by Nghi VoThe Comfort Book by Matt HaigVictories Greater than Death by Charlie Jane AndersA Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers
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