This book is crammed full of stuff. It has all you could need in the core, and then some. And even with all of the wonderful ideas, it is still written as to not be overly done. A GM has lots of room to play with the setting and system.
Crimson Exodus has a review up on RPGNet by Steven Lindsey. This is the second review of Crimson Exodus after David Vershaw’s review on RPGNow, and Steven has written a comprehensive review that touches on each chapter of the book.
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The Fantasy Dice roleplaying game system used by Crimson Exodus is being edited for release as a stand-alone game system. Fantasy Dice is quite unlike any other system I have come across, and by releasing it as a separate book I hope it will encourage people to try it for their favourite setting. Also, if you have written your own setting or adventure, and you are looking for a game engine then Fantasy Dice might be for you.
As part of the new Fantasy Dice book I wanted to see if I could improve on the character . . . → Read More: Redesigned Fantasy Dice Character Sheet
Since dawn of time the Mahada have hunted. Beast and orc alike.
Now they clash with men as the last of their kind flee north to the Heartlands.
Presenting the Panthermen.
A new Fantasy Dice race for Crimson Exodus the roleplaying game, or use in your own setting.
Mahada is available now from RPGNow and DriveThruRPG in full colour both as electronic PDF and dead tree saddle stitch binding. The PDF version also contains a white background version for those who prefer that and for easy printing.
The wonderful cover is by the talented Marie Tary.
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