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Review: ZWEIHÄNDER On Vorpal Mace – Part 3

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Tamás Illés of the blog Vorpal Mace continues his web series for ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG, reviewing the game chapter by chapter. Read Part 3: Bring Out Your Dead here. Read Part 2: Beauty Is In The Eye Of Terror here Read Part 1: My History Of Hammers & Swords here

Review: ZWEIHÄNDER On Vorpal Mace – Part 2

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Tamás Illés of the blog Vorpal Mace continues his web series for ZWEIHÄNDER Grim & Perilous RPG, reviewing the game chapter by chapter. Read Part 2: Beauty is in the Eye of Terror here. Read Part 1: My History Of Hammers & Swords here

Review: ZWEIHÄNDER at Grit & Filth

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From Grit & Filth: Over the last weeks, several versions of the final illustrated PDF has been hailing down on us backers from Grim and Perilous Studios. Today, I downloaded the final final version (I think). And with a cool GM screen as well! (Note to self – must get that 4-pane insert screen now) What can I say? This turned out even better than I anticipated and I will be back with a review…

Review: ZWEIHÄNDER At Cannibal Halfling Gaming

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From Cannibal Halfling Gaming Are you a Butt-Kicker, a Specialist, or a Story-Teller? There is a huge world of games out there to satisfy every player’s and group’s style. And while there are academic discussions in every corner of the internet, sometimes it’s best to start at level one. Join the Level One Wonk in exploring the possibilities that RPGs have to offer, from Aberrant to Zorcerer of Zo. Today we go to the end…

Review: ZWEIHÄNDER from Die Alt Welt (German)

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From Die Alt Welt: “ZWEIHÄNDER Grim&Perilous RPG” ist ein Rollenspielsystem der alten Schule. Der sehr alten Schule. So erinnert das Artwork bzw. die Illustrationen alleine schon an die glorreiche Vergangenheit der Pen&Paper-Rollenspiele, speziell aber ans “Warhammer-Fantasy-Roleplay” von Games Workshop aus dem Jahre 1986. Daniel Fox aus Kansas City, samt Team, hat sich nun die Arbeit gemacht, einen würdigen, inoffiziellen Nachfolger zu Warhammer ins Leben zu rufen. Über Kickstarter war das damalige Ziel schon nach wenigen…