In the RPG news this week we've a review roundup of Tasha's Cauldron of Everything, a legal fight between Wizards of the Coast and a partner, Kickstarter projects to look at a website from Google that makes monsters.
The quickstart is for the Adventure Game Engine (AGE) version of Blue Rose and contains enough of the rules to get to know the system and play through The Rhy-Wolf's Woe, the included adventure.
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The original Blue Rose was published by Green Ronin in 2005, used a modified version of the D&D system at the time and won a Silver ENnie for Best Rules.
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It’s a little strange to think that Green Ronin’s Blue Rose is 10 years old – but it is. The game dates back to the days where publishers wanted to do something different with the Open Game License after a slew of d20 products and Green Ronin had found success with Mutants & Masterminds.…
Fantasy AGE (Adventure Game Engine) is a new RPG system from Green Ronin. Chris Pramas (who’s worked on D&D and Warhammer FRP) has helmed the project. The 144-paged full colour hardcover has art from Svetoslav Petrov, rules for character advancement up to level 20, three different character classes and magic.…