You can read Dark Souls: The Tabletop RPG for free on Google Drive.
The unofficial RPG takes inspiration from D&D and Warhammer Quest.
It’s a class system with the following from the game;
21-pages in all, this first edition of the fan project has GM loot tables containing firebombs, life rings and homeward bones. Future editions aspire to add items from the computer game’s sequel.
It assumes you know plenty about the original, and this blogger’s knowledge falls short. For example, there are bullet points on Soul Carving, but no description of what it is does and why you care about it.
There is more support for Nightmare Realms, those pockets that whole groups can enter together.
There are no illustrations either, but that also means no art ripped without permission from illustrator’s portfolios that hasn’t been marked creative commons.
This unofficial Dark Souls RPG isn’t the only one. Two years ago, Emanuelle Galletto also shared one, and it stretches to twice the page count.
For this latest project, there is a basic character sheet also available.
Creative Commons credit: Festigame – Dark Souls by 000Fesbra000.
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