Space: 1889 PDF
Role-Playing In A More Civilized Time.
Everything Jules Verne should have written. Everything H. G. Wells could have written. Everything A. Conan Doyle thought of, but never published because it was too fantastic. Everything you need for adventures of the century!
This rulebook contains the complete role-playing rules with the Victorian science fiction elements, including ether flyers and Martian cloudships, the canals and civilizations of the red planet, Venus' swamps and dinosaurs, the honeycombed interior of Luna, and the thrills of inventions and inventors—the driving force behind Victoria's multiworld empire! It also includes the errata and additional rules from the Space:1889 Referee's Screen.
This PDF includes the color pages from the original GDW printing.
Written by Frank Chadwick 225-page PDF (26.3 MB)
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