Before Green Ronin had the AGE system and back in the D&D 3 era of d20, there was also True20. Steve Kenson built on the d20 system, streamlining it and tweaking it.
True20 was also launched with a permissive license so that other publishers could write for it. Some did, such as Expeditious Retreat, RPGObjects and High Rock Press.
Now there’s a new True20 catch-up offer good to Monday, September 19.
Core Collection – $7.95
The retail value is $40 for the rules in this tier.
- True20 Revised Corebook
- True20 Bestiary
Meet the movable threshold price, which started at $17.95 and unlock a further $61 worth of downloads.
- 3 True20 role handbooks
- Fantasy Paths
- True Sorcery
The Bundle of Holding is again stepping heroically up to the mark for the pandemic fighting Direct Relief charity. Purchases of True20 help support this partner.
Green Ronin’s True20.
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