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This page contains a list of rulesets for Fantasy Grounds II. Many of the rulesets are published under a license from a the original copyright holder of the game systems, which allows inclusion of reference material in the products. Others collect game rule information in different sheets and utility windows but are devoid of copyright material.


Ruleset summariesEdit

Known rulesets for Fantasy Grounds II
Name Game Free Developer Link
The name of the ruleset inside FG.

The name of the game the ruleset makes playable with FG.

of charge. Who created the ruleset (not the Game). To more information
3.5E Dungeons & Dragons v3.5 No* SmiteWorks [FG Web Site]
4E_JPG 4th ed. Dungeons & Dragons Yes moon_wizard [FUM 4E Group]
Arcana Evolved No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]
Ars Magica Yes Oberoten [Oberoten's Web Site]
CallOfCthulhu Call of Cthulhu No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]
Castles & Crusades No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]
d20 d20 No* SmiteWorks [FG Web Site]
d20_JPG d20 Yes moon_wizard [FUM 3.5E Group]
d20 Modern No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]
GURPS_4e GURPS Yes Spyke [Spyke's web site]
Iron Heroes No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]
Rolemaster classic No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]
SavageWorlds Savage Worlds No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]
Shaintar Shaintar No Digital Adventures [DA Web Site]


  • The d20 and 3.5E rulesets are included with the purchase of the Fantasy Grounds software.

Detailed descriptions of the rulesetsEdit

3.5EEdit

The 3.5E ruleset, developed by SmiteWorks Ltd., appears to be a more recent incarnation of the d20 ruleset released with FG v2.5. Any reference material created for the d20 ruleset can also be used in this ruleset.

Arcana EvolvedEdit

The Castles & Crusades ruleset was developed by Digital Adventures.

Ars MagicaEdit

There is a FGII ruleset for Ars Magica. The ruleset has been created by a user known as Oberoten on the Fantasy Grounds message boards with permission from Atlas Games. The Ars Magica ruleset non-commercial, and available free of charge.

Call of CthulhuEdit

The Call of Cthulhu ruleset, commercially available for download, was developed by Digital Adventures under a license from Chaosium.

Castles & CrusadesEdit

The Castles & Crusades ruleset was developed by Digital Adventures.

d20Edit

The d20 ruleset, developed by SmiteWorks Ltd., is commonly referred to as the default ruleset. It is included in the install package of FGII and most other rulesets borrow from it in one way or another. The definition files of the d20 ruleset are provided for use under the [OGL]. The Dungeons & Dragons v3.5 can be played with this ruleset.

d20_JPGEdit

This ruleset, available at Four Ugly Monsters, provides the means to play Dungeons & Dragons v3.5 using Fantasy Grounds II. This ruleset is very detailed, but does not contain any reference material. Any modules created for the d20 ruleset are compatible with this ruleset.

d20 ModernEdit

The d20 Modern ruleset was developed by Digital Adventures.

GURPSEdit

The Generic Universal RolePlaying System by Steve Jackson Games was converted in a FGII ruleset by a person known as Spyke on the Fantasy Grounds messageboards. It is a non-commercial ruleset available for download free of charge.

Iron HeroesEdit

The Iron Heroes ruleset was developed by Digital Adventures under license.

Rolemaster classicEdit

The Rolemaster Classic ruleset, commercially available for download, was developed by Digital Adventures under a license from Iron Crown Enterprises.

Savage WorldsEdit

A ruleset for the Savage Worlds RPG system was developed by Digital Adventures and is commercially available for download. There are also a number of Savage Worlds supplements for FGII. This ruleset was built in accordance with Steve Jackson Games online policy.

ShaintarEdit

Digital Adventures and Talisman Studios present this epic high fantasy setting of Shaintar with Savage Worlds rules as a separate ruleset.

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