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Triniton the prequel
by Dillard R. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/29/2016 20:33:21

Imaginative and very fun. Really sets the stage for the game. Basic version for kids and very big words for adults. Both really great!



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Triniton the Roleplaying Game
by Ava M. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/25/2016 10:34:35

I'm new to tabletop RPGs but I found that I was able to enjoy Triniton immensely with my friends. First off, it was very easy to understand the mechanics and create characters. I was especially surprised that I could Game Master for us, and it went great (for a first attempt). The quests and challenges were fun and easy to understand. What I loved about Triniton is the moral choices one should make. It addresses real-life issues and is very appropriate for all ages. The level of detail in the story and the world of Arbes is astounding and immersive. Some tasks required us to work together as a team. The card game included was also really fun as well as the musical soundtracks. Overall, Triniton was a great first table top RPG for me, it was easy to learn the rules, faction relationships and progress through the story. What other fun RPGs are there on this site?



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Triniton the Roleplaying Game
by Eliot L. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 12/10/2016 09:37:34

In a word: Wow.  This is a pitch perfect introduction to the roleplaying hobby. It is (very) rules light, but comprehensive on gaming technique. It holds your hand and guides you through everything about the system and setting, including a segment on talking your friends into playing with you. (See "how to sell it." on page 9!) The section covering game mastering is also meant for the new GM, but it will teach even the oldest grognard a couple of tricks. Further than just telling the fledgling GM how to run the game, it also addresses some of the finer details, with clever insights on handling players based on how they speak for their characters. (See page 211 for the Advanced Game Mastering segment.) On top of all of this, is a lavishly illustrated campaign setting with each new chapter representing another element of nature and some new complications that the party must overcome to progress the story. If I said much about the campaign world I'd be spoiling it, but the author himself compared it to the best parts of Game of Thrones and the Mass Effect series, and I think it's a pretty accurate description.  Honestly, I cannot think of any other independantly written RPG that has this level of production value. The author hired a very talented magazine designer to do the layouts and it shows. All of the art, sidebars and handouts are well thought out, drawing your eye and attention.  If you have the opportunity to foster the roleplaying spirit in a young person's life, this would be the perfect place to start.  Even if you don't have anyone new to induct into the hobby, it is a colorful and inspiring refresher that'll point out aspects of your game that might be neglected. 



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