The Dark Eye—Quick-Start Rules PDF
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The Dark Eye (TDE) has enthralled players across Europe, and soon you will have a chance to see why. The world of Aventuria allows you to play every style of fantasy: epic high fantasy, medieval intrigue, barbaric adventures in the wilderness, or a classic pirate’s tale, just to name a few. Aventuria is the perfect setting for your stories and visions. Soon the world of Aventuria and the latest edition of the fantasy roleplaying game The Dark Eye will be published in English—and you can get a preview of what awaits in the Quick-Start Rules!
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