Blue Rose: The AGE RPG of Romantic Fantasy (Pre-Order)
Blue Rose: The AGE RPG of Romantic Fantasy
Authors: Jeremy Crawford, Steve Kenson, Jack Norris, Chris Pramas, and John Snead
Cover Artist: Stephanie Law
Format: 384-page full-color hardback
Note: This is a pre-order! Once the books are printed, this product will ship to arrive as closely as possible to when it appears on store shelves.
You will be charged the total amount at the time of purchase. Pre-order is refundable if canceled before the ship date. (PDF products are non-refundable.) Your entire order (except for electronic products) will be held until this product becomes available.
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A decade ago Blue Rose shook up the RPG scene with its vision of romantic fantasy and inclusive gaming. Now the world of Aldea returns in a new edition using the Adventure Game Engine (AGE), the popular rules that power the Fantasy AGE and Dragon Age RPGs. This beautiful, full-color book contains everything needed to create and tell stories of heroic envoys of the Sovereign’s Finest as they protect their homeland of Aldis from threats like the shadowy Kingdom of Kern and the fanatical Theocracy of Jarzon, as well as monsters and artifacts from the cruel reign of the Sorcerer Kings. Aided by the rhydan—their psychic animal allies—the champions of the Kingdom of the Blue Rose safeguard the light of the world against the power of Shadow.
Will you answer the Sovereign’s call?
Gaming Trend: A Lot to Love 95/100
"Blue Rose paints a vivid picture and reinforces it with all of its mechanics. The world is deeply engaging, the art evocative, and the mechanics as intuitive as they are exhilarating in practice. Green Ronin has created a game that walks the difficult line of accepting diversity without forcing it, and more importantly used its message to enhance the game rather than the other way around. In some ways Blue Rose remained firmly grounded in fantasy roleplaying, but the package it delivers is stylish, satisfying, and engrossing."