To reiterate, a system is an organization used to get things done. At least that's how I understand it.
Role Playing Systems
A role playing system -RPS- is an organization of tools used in playing a role in an imaginary world. As far as I can see, an RPS consists of the following elements:
It can go into further detail, but that should suffice for now.
Dangerous Journeys RPS
The Dangerous Journeys role playing system is one designed around the emulation or simulation of adventure stories of old. Modern day examples of this would be Duck Tales from Disney, and Star Trek: Discovery from CBS. At least that's what it looks like to me. Other role playing systems include the D20 System and Basic Role Playing. Unfortunately I'm spacing the names of others right now, but there are more.
In general an RPS is a basic system and rarely goes into great detail. Not all are all that generic, but for the most part they are. When you have an RPS to deal with you want to keep it basic and to save the finagling for a role playing engine -RPE-. We'll be dealing with role playing engines later.
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