Eldritch Role-Playing System
There is a realm where warriors brandish their swords to thwart evil, wizards bend reality to achieve the impossible, and rogues sneak past them both to claim the treasure for themselves! Eldritch Role-Playing System takes you to this realm. A complete yet simple system, this game lets your characters become powerful heroes with straightforward rules.
With no restrictive archetypes, character concept is king: cast any spell, wield any weapon desired, evoke any power imagined. Players can create detailed characters in minutes, fulfilling their destinies in a world of dreams known by sages as Áinereve. So sharpen your sword, gather your will, and summon your inner strength to prepare for a new game experience...
Created by Dan Cross and Randall Petras
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