The Ayes Have It!
Popular Roleplaying Game Gets English-Language Release!
The Dark Eye, Germany's most popular fantasy roleplaying game, is now available in English! Enter Aventuria, a land of high fantasy, medieval intrigue, barbaric adventures in the wilderness, and classic pirate tales, just to name a few.
The Dark Eye Core Rules Hardcover is a 400-page tome that introduces the latest edition in The Dark Eye roleplaying game in English for the first time in it's 30-plus year history. The Dark Eye Quick-Start Rules are available on paizo.com as a free PDF. Players can dig deeper into the world of Aventuria through products such as Aventuria Bestiary, including the Revelations from Heaven and Vampire of Havena adventures.
Also available are The Dark Eye accessories like The Dark Eye: Fate Point Set and the Dark Eye: Dice Cup, that contains 8 differently colored d20 dice that match the dice colors suggested in the Dark Eye Core Rules Hardcover.
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