A Song Of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide: A RPG Sourcebook

A Song Of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide A RPG Sourcebook With the fall of House Targaryen an uneasy peace has settled over the land but it stands on a razor s edge King Robert rules but his reign is haunted by the dark deeds of the past and imperiled by

  • Title: A Song Of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide: A RPG Sourcebook
  • Author: David Chart Brian E. Kirby
  • ISBN: 9781934547137
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Hardcover
  • With the fall of House Targaryen, an uneasy peace has settled over the land, but it stands on a razor s edge King Robert rules, but his reign is haunted by the dark deeds of the past and imperiled by the corruption of the halls of power The A Song of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide describes George R R Martin s Westeros in lavish detail, providing full details on all theWith the fall of House Targaryen, an uneasy peace has settled over the land, but it stands on a razor s edge King Robert rules, but his reign is haunted by the dark deeds of the past and imperiled by the corruption of the halls of power The A Song of Ice and Fire Campaign Guide describes George R R Martin s Westeros in lavish detail, providing full details on all the major regions and principal players of the game of thrones.

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    1. Probably more a 4.5 rating but as GoodReads doesn't allow for that Nice resource for the RPG, doesn't give any more than the books but in a more handy reference format. Alongside the RPG and tv series this would give anyone a good shot at a campaign.


    2. A fairly complicated system that might turn off casual role-players, but which effectively captures the complexities of George R.R. Martin's world, with some clever mechanics and detailed character development and gaming tools, not to mention great source material.Particularly worthy of note are chapter 6, the house creation system, wherein the players create their own noble house, and chapter 8, the intrigue chapter, which gives a very cool system for using intrigue, diplomacy, blackmail and ot [...]


    3. And I thought I was nerdy :).So this book was written by the folks who created the (excellent) RPG, with input from the people who set up arguably two of the most comprehensive ASoIaF websites to date. As such, the amount of information contained in this volume is exhaustive, and covers pretty much everything you need to know about the hundred-odd most important characters in the first four books. There are notable exceptions, as it tries hard not to be too spoiler-tastic. The book accomplishes [...]


    4. I proofread the polish edition of this book.It's a pretty cool resource for the fans of the book and TV series as well as ASOIF RPG players. The illustrations are mostly good, but some are odd or just plain poorly done. It's a bit of a shame that the book only describes the status quo from the Game of Thrones book, as info on some of the places and characters is much scarcer then it could've been. Still, a great book to have if you're a fan of the setting. Helps organize much of the book's backs [...]


    5. Useful as purely a reference to the novels even though it's meant to be a sourcebook for an RPG- I read as a refresher in the lead up to the second season of the Tv show since it has been a couple of years since I read the first books, and had lots of "Aha!" moments as I had probably skim read most of the dense passages in the novels about history, names of houses and the various characters, including geography. I'm now officially a GoT nerd, I think


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