Cortex System RPG
Margaret Weis Productions
The Cortex System exploded onto the scene with the best-selling and award winning Serenity Role Playing Game, and is also the game system used for the Battlestar Galactica Role Playing Game, Supernatural Role Playing Game, Demon Hunters, and more. For years the fans have been asking if there would be a core rules set to allow gamers to easily make use of the game system for whatever genre, setting, or story they chose. The Cortex System Role Playing Game is the answer.
Featuring an easy-to-learn, fast-playing engine that focuses more on stories and characters rather than numbers and rules, the Cortex System RPG offers option for playing everything from high fantasy to gritty science-fiction to fathomless horror without having to learn a new set of rules.
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