Series: Godlike RPG

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Godlike: Superhero Roleplaying in a World on Fire, 1936-1946 by Dennis DetwillerGodlike Core Rules
Saipan (Combat Orders No.2) by Matthew HobbsCampaign
Will to Power by Dennis DetwillerSupplement
Black Devils Brigade by Allan GoodallCampaign

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  1. Delta Green: Countdown by Dennis Detwiller (1999)
  2. Wild Talents (Second Edition) by Dennis Detwiller (2010)
  3. Tribe 8: Rulebook by Philippe R. Boulle (1998)
  4. Talent Operations Command Intelligence Bulletin, No. 2: Talent Operations Groups by Dennis Detwiller (2003)
  5. To Go (Unknown Armies) by Greg Stolze (2003)
  6. Merchants of the Jumpweb (Fading Suns) by Bill Bridges (1997)
  7. Mutants & Masterminds: RPG - 2nd Edition by Steve Kenson (2005)
  8. Darkness Revealed: Descent in to Darkness by Richard Dansky (1998)
  9. Nobilis by Jenna K. Moran (2002)
  10. Over the Edge: The Role Playing Game of Surreal Danger by Jonathan Tweet (1992)
  11. Donar's Hammer by Shane Ivey (2003)
  12. Little Fears: The Role-playing Game of Childhood Terror by Jason L. Blair (2001)
  13. Trail of Cthulhu: Player's Guide by Kenneth Hite (2008)
  14. The Resurrected 3: Out of the Vault by John Tynes (2002)
  15. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Other Strangeness by Erick Wujcik (1985)

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