Monday, 1 August 2011

The Age Of Shadow - New Releases!

The Age Of Shadow: Role-playing Game (v1.01) - FREE

The main rule book has had a very minor update (so there's no need to print it out again if you've already done so), with only things like the names of example characters, the map in the back of the book, and a few grammatical errors, being altered/corrected.

RPGNow LINK - - - DriveThruRPG LINK


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The Age Of Shadow: Campaign Guide - $2.99

A short campaign guide is also available to go along with the main rule book (for $2.99 ...which is a little under £2 in GBP), which is intended to be an easily digestible primer than can be read in a single sitting (rather than a fully fledged campaign setting that might be hard getting some players to read).

The book itself includes a brief history of the land and its people, a description of all the major settlements and fortifications, a colour map of the land itself, new items and special materials, additional/variant rules, and a statistics for several different NPC types.

RPGNow LINK - - - DriveThruRPG LINK


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Website Update

In addition to the above, the Age of Shadow website has also had a bit of an update - mainly to include the new links to both of the new books, but also to include a couple of new articles that might be of interest.

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Oh... and of course the latest Map-a-Monday dungeon is posted below :)

3 comments:

  1. Great news Kris, I've added the Campaign Guide to my shopping cart and look forward to having a look. Could you please tell me if the RPG is now in its final version, set in stone? I don't like to print stuff out until it's "finished" and I've had a yearning to have a hard copy of tAoS for a long time. Thanks - Dave.

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  2. While I'm a little wary about saying that it is definitely set in stone, it is the 'final' version so to speak (and, in all honesty, the real reason for this 'final' update was because of the name-changing that has been taking place ...so if anyone has already printed out V1, then there's no real reason to do so again - apart from the map in the back of the book).

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