Question 5: Which RPG cover best captures the spirit of the game.
Setting aside all the tv/movie tie-in games where they can’t really go wrong with the covers (Doctor Who, James Bond, Star Trek), most covers haven’t made much of an impression over the years.
I guess the following would be high on any list:
Call of Cthulhu 1st edition. There’s a spooky house, it’s night, you’re woefully ill-equipped for the task at hand.
Cyberpunk 2020. Rain. Neon. Sleaze. All it really needs is someone with a digital clock in the side of their neck.
Runequest 1st edition. A giant lizard thing will attack you.
Special mention: Dragonroar. Not sure if I actually played this game but there’s an enormous hedgehog with a battle axe on the cover.