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ZWEIHANDER Grim & Perilous RPG - Revised Core Rulebook - cover

ZWEIHANDER Grim & Perilous RPG - Revised Core Rulebook

Daniel D. Fox

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Powered by HTML, this Zweihander eBook edition is published with a nuanced reflowable document layout. It includes:Reflowable text and imagesSidebar navigation via device contentsHyperlinked Table of Contents and Index for fast, easy searchesHyperlinked cross-references throughout the bookTap and zoom illustrationsThis digital format differs from standard fixed layouts and PDFs. We highly suggest users download a sample before purchasing.WELCOME TO GRIM & PERILOUS GAMING Featured on Forbes.com, ranked one of the best-selling fantasy tabletop role-playing games at DriveThruRPG, and having sold over 90,000 copies worldwide, ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG is a bloodier, grimmer, and grittier version of classical tabletop role-playing games. This revised edition is published in celebration with Andrews McMeel Publishing and features a refreshed layout, new artwork, rules clarifications, color plates by Dejan Mandic, and errata. ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG is a game where your characters will:Live in a gritty, "realistic" fantasy worldMake morally grey decisions & enact vicious reprisalsUncover insidious plots & political intrigueTake part in heart-pumping chase scenesVenture into the wilderness & survive its perilsDesperately fight in clandestine & open field combatDefend themselves from injuries, madness, & mutationsEncounter sanity-blasting creatures & their minionsUsing the Powered By ZWEIHÄNDER d100 game engine, you will create grim characters, write perilous adventures, and build your own low fantasy & dark fantasy campaigns. These rules are a perfect fit for Renaissance and medieval-styled adventures, too. You can also use this book to create your own home-brewed worlds, whether inspired by the works of Andrzej Sapkowski’s  The Witcher, George R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones, Glen Cook’s Black Company, Myke Cole’s The Armored Saint, Robert E. Howard’s Solomon Kane, Scott Lynch’s Gentlemen Bastard series, or other "grimdark"-inspired media. This all-in-one game includes most of what you need to play: a character creation guide, game mastery rules, and a bestiary brimming with creatures both fair & foul. All that’s left are a few friends, pencils, and a handful of dice. ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG awaits, and the fate of your grim & perilous tale hangs in the balance!

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