Websites featuring rules, campaigns, variants and expansions for Risus: The Anything RPG, a free "universal comedy system" suitable for late-night brain-tired gaming.
An adapton of David Edding's popular fantasy epics to Risus: The Anything RPG
A large collection of Risus tidbits and optional rules - the archived-and-edited versions of material the webmaster has proposed on the Risus Mailing List.
Carl Hewett's collection of alternate methods for handling bonus-die gear, with other rules-notes.
David Masad's page for Risus (with other brain-lite gaming) includes his "Risus Illuminati" rules and a Risus adaption of The Matrix.
The home of "Hurrah" - a Risus WWI Flying Ace sourcebook, and "Die like a Liao," for Risus-ized giant robot battles.
Campaign notes (characters and creatures) for a space-opera Risus PBEM by Liz Rich.
Quick adventures in "recipe" form for one-on-one Risus play.
A large collection of Superhero clichés, with expanded rules for comic-book style action, and super-wealthy characters. Written and Illustrated (via photomanipulated portraits) by Stacy Allston
Expands Risus for use as a tactical wargame, and provides a setting based in Normandy in the wake of D-Day. The site also includes a translation of Risus to Danish. By Lars Erik Larsen.
The official homepage. A free, simple game for late nights when the eyes are bloodshot and the pizza is cold. The game is available in Rich Text, HTML, Plain Text and Adobe Acrobat formats (and commercially as a print-on-demand softcover). By popular game designer S. John Ross, author of the Pokethulhu RPG.
A wiki-based Risus fanzine.
A role-playing game of magic, mystery, and guns in 1960s Europe, using Risus as the engine. By Brandon Blackmoor.
What happens when Lovecraft goes post-apocalyptic? Kenneth Coble lets us know with this mini-worldbook.
David Prokopetz explores Risus probabilities, complete with graphic charts and lots of alternate file formats.
A strategy guide/companion for Risus, available as a commercial PDF from Risus publisher Cumberland Games and Diversions. Each copy comes with a signed and stick-figured membership card.
A Risus weblog and growing set of resources by Tim Ballew, including Silverlode 1908 (set in the "last days of the Weird West") and Dragonspire (a fantasy campaign). This is also the web-home of Dan Suptic's popular "Risus Mariachi" setting.
Christopher Thrash brings Risus together with Marc Miller's space-adventure classic in this example of "Recast Risus."
A briefly-described but compelling hard-SF space-adventure setting for Risus, with house rules and more, by Aaron Breland.
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