Shadow, Sword & Spell: Basic
Rogue Games(based on 2 ratings)
You hail from a world awash in conflict, danger, and threats. You might be a thief due to your knack for picking the pockets of rich merchants in Gravinia while evading the blades of the competition. You might be a raider selling your sword to the highest bidder and fight for any or all as long as the silver flows. You might even hail from mysterious Cal’athar and have an affinity for arcane forces, using them to work spells outside the realm of Man.
Written by Richard Iorio II (Colonial Gothic) powered by 12°, Shadow, Sword & Spell has everything you need to run games inspired by the greatest pulp writers of our time.
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