List of Hero System books

List of Hero System books

List of Hero System books is a listing of the publications from Steve Jackson Games and other licensed publishers for the GURPS role-playing game.



  • Champions [1]
  • Champions Gamemaster's Screen


  • Champions II by Bruce Harlick


  • The Circle and M.E.T.E. by Aaron Allston. An organization book for Champions.



  • The Blood and Dr. McQuark


  • Gadgets by Andrew M. Robinson. A suppliment for Champions. ISBN 0915795647




  • Atlas Unleashed
  • C.L.O.W.N.
  • Challenges for Champions


  • Alien Enemies - A suppliment for Champions 4th edition by Scott Heine. [2] ISBN 1558061126
  • Champions in 3-D
  • Champions Presents #1
  • Day of the Destroyer by Scott Bennie [3]
  • Kingdom of Champions - A suppliment for Champions 4th edition set in the United Kingdom by Phil Masters. [4] ISBN 1-55806-104-5


  • Champions of the North
  • Champions Universe


  • Allies
  • Champions Presents #2


  • An Eye for an Eye


  • Blood Fury





  • Champions Of The North


  • Book Of The Destroyer


  • Book of the Machine


  • Champions Powers


  1. ^ Scott Bennie (1982). "Champions". Dragon Magazine (57): p. 69. ""...excellent game balance..."" 
  2. ^ "Review: Alien Enemies". White Wolf (27): p. 34. 1991. ""...full of good ideas."" 
  3. ^ "Review: Day of the Destroyer". White Wolf (24): p. 36. Feb./March, 1991. ""If you enjoy grand, world-saving adventures or confrontations with the most dangerous supervillain around, this adventure is just right for you."" 
  4. ^ "Review: Kingdom of Champions". White Wolf (24): p. 34. 1990. ""...highly useful for any game set in the UK."" 

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