BloodQuest (RuneQuest) PDF
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BloodQuest is a "rules sketch" for Mongoose Publishing's RuneQuest, allowing you to use the RuneQuest rules for a modern horror setting designed to be semi-compatible with Blood! and allowing you to more easily incorporate Blood!'s upcoming monster products (which will include statistics for Blood! and both leading OGL systems).
This is NOT a complete rules set and you will need RuneQuest in order to use these rules changes. You may also be interested in Blood! for a complete, self-contained horror rules set.
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