TORG RPG: The Character Collection
West End Games
A Storm Knight party is only as good as its members. Now the mysterious Guildmaster has assembled the files on some of the most experienced heroes and most dangerous villains of the Possibility Wars into one volume.
Within these pages, you'll find Ayslish sorcerers, Nile heroes, Orrorshan shapechangers and countless others who might aid - or destroy - your team of adventurers. Each comes complete with a list of accomplishments, an evaluation by the Storm Guild, and a full template. Storm Knights in need of allies, or potential foes, need look no further.
This supplement to Torg: Roleplaying the Possibility Wars features 60 pregenerated character templates, suitable for use as advanced player characters or gamemaster characters. Also included are rules for generating your own advanced characters.
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