To get the full experience of A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying, you must play a chronicle and engage in the Game of Thrones. With a setting as rich as Westeros though, where do you begin? The answer is the Chronicle Starter. This useful sourcebook details six sample houses, any of which can be run by the Player Characters. Choose your house and allegiance (Arryn, Baratheon, Frey, Lannister... [click here for more]
Reality is glass, is gingerbread and sugar, is chalk. We break pieces away. We take pieces apart. We reassemble them to suit ourselves. The seams are there for those with the eyes to see. The flaws are there for those with the hands to split them. The configurations are born from those with the minds and wills to create them. This is how it has always been. This is how it will aways be. ... [click here for more]
I used to be so foolish. I used to think that the world was too small for me, that I was always destined to break through the invisible doors that kept me enclosed among the mundane. Oh, and I was right about that — and I was terribly wrong, too.Oh yes, I was always destined to break through those doors. I’ve done it. But I was wrong when I thought the world was... [click here for more]
Der Kontinent Westeros verfügt über eine reiche Historie, viele verschiedene Kulturen und nahezu unzählige Adelshäuser. Eine der denkwürdigen Eigenschaften der Welt von Das Lied von Eis und Feuer sind die Details, die man über die Adelsfamilien erfährt, denn jede besitzt ihr eigenes, einzigartiges Wappen und hintergründiges Motto. Von den brüllenden Riesen... [click here for more]
In Gamemastering Secrets, Aaron Rosenberg and guest contributors cover everything about running a roleplaying game, from choosing a game system to closing out a long-running campaign. They give tips on how to handle various situations, pointers on potential dangers and how to avoid them, and advice on how to get the best gaming experience for everyone involved.
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