Pulp City Guide
Pulp City Guide is the core rulebook required to play Pulp City. This lavishly illustrated, full-color, hard-cover book contains the basic rules, easy to master by new and experienced players alike. The mechanics revolve around the idea of recreating the super-powered combat between Supremes Pulp City Heroes and Villains in a truly cinematic way.
Advanced rules allow the player to interact with the environment throw cars, defend the city, recreate their favorite comic book moments.
The last chapter is fully dedicated to the city itself, highlighting Pulp City's neighborhoods and their super-powered denizens.
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