vs. Monsters Deluxe Edition PDF
In early 2003, Philip Reed put together vs. Monsters, a 20-page roleplaying game created in twenty-four hours. The game, considered a failure by Reed, quickly attracted a loyal following and, after much discussion and contemplation, Reed made the decision to create an expanded, improved edition of the game.
After months of on-again, off-again work vs. Monsters Deluxe Edition, the system has been revised and expanded and this edition includes many more options for characters, new monsters, a look at the world of vs. Monsters, and more . . . all keeping the same look and feel of the original release.
Created as an 80-page 5.5" x 8.5" book, this PDF places pages side-by-side on a landscape 8.5" x 11" page making it 40-pages long and easy to read on screen.
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