Blue Rose Green Ronin’s romantic fantasy RPG is now available for D&D’s 5th edition.
Previously, Blue Rose has been available for both True 20 and AGE systems.
The conversion was originally planned as a PDF only, but Green Ronin staff thought it looked too good not to offer in print.
As a result, this week The Blue Rose Adventurer’s Guide is available as a colour hardcover on DriveThruRPG.
Until Valentine’s Day, there’s $10 off print purchases too.
In an unlisted but shared video on YouTube, Green Ronin’s Production Director, Hal Mangold, provides a page flick-through.
The Blue Rose Adventurer’s Guide is based on Green Ronin’s original romantic fantasy RPG, an award-winning tabletop game set in the world of Aldea.
Aldis, the Sovereignty of the Blue Rose, shines as a new light in the world after the dark age of the Shadow Lords. Envoys of the Sovereign’s Finest strive to protect Aldis from threats like the Shadow-dominated land of Kern and the fanatical Theocracy of Jarzon, as well as corrupt monsters and artifacts left over from the devastating Shadow Wars. The peoples of Aldis—human, sea-folk, arcane vata, the doughty night people, and psychic, intelligent beasts known as the rhydan—unite in common cause.
Written by Steve Kenson and illustrated by Stephaine Pui-Min Law, the 5e conversion is part of Green Ronin’s response to the pandemic, the logistic troubles that have come with it and the lack of gaming conventions.
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