Your Fae Magic Won't Work On Me, Chummer!
New Shadowrun RPG releases!
Court of Shadows, the newest Shadowrun RPG release takes the award-winning rules of Shadowrun, 5th Edition to a setting that has always been part of the Sixth World but never fully detailed. The mysterious Seelie Court has long shaped the elven nation of Tr na nog and parts beyond, and this book dives into its secrets and the powers who lead it. Full of high fantasy and intrigue, Court of Shadows presents a new way to play for veteran Shadowrun players and newcomers alike, pitting them against the tricky, manipulative fae of the courts to see who will decide the future of the Sixth World.
And for those of you that like to indulge in the fancier side of life, there's a Limited Edition Hardcover version as well!
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