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]
Le long de routes délaissées ou derrière des portes secrètes, se trouvent des endroits qu’il vaut mieux ignorer.
Ces lieux étranges, ces décors impurs et ces sites corrompus portent la marque d’un crime innommable ou d’un péché atroce.
Les gens ordinaires ignorent l’existence des ces lieux, pour le salut de leur fragile... [click here for more]
Though the Great Houses and their vassals play the eternal Game of Thrones, there are some who do not. The men of the Night's Watch guard the immense and icy Wall, built in the ancient days of Westeros to hold back the terrible things of the Long Night. Once a mighty cohort of brave knights and lords who gave up everything to protect the Seven Kingdoms from the predators of the Far North, the Night's... [click here for more]
Hearts of Ice
Their anger is not hot, but cold as the frozen North. They have endured pain enough to kill a thousand nations, but they refuse to die. They are the chosen of the cannibal spirit, the tribe of winter, the last of the Pure Ones. They are the Wendigo, and woe to anyone who crosses these warriors' path.
The Wolves of Winter
The Revised Tribebook series closes not with... [click here for more]
Realms Foul and Forgotten Down neglected roads or beyond hidden doors lie places in the World of Darkness that are best left unknown. These mysterious locales, tainted sites and corrupt settings all bear the mark of some unmentionable crime or horrific transgression. Ordinary people go ignorant to the existence of these places, all the better to preserve their mortal, fragile minds.... [click here for more]