Robotech The Rpg: Shadow Chronicles Deluxe Edition

Robotech The Rpg Shadow Chronicles Deluxe Edition PAL HC Robotech Shadow Chronicles RPG Hardcover by Palladium booksA deluxe expanded x inch Hardcover Edition of Robotech The Shadow Chronicles RPG The role playing game will pick up where t

  • Title: Robotech The Rpg: Shadow Chronicles Deluxe Edition
  • Author: Kevin Siembieda
  • ISBN: 9781574571370
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Hardcover
  • PAL0550HC Robotech Shadow Chronicles RPG Hardcover by Palladium booksA deluxe, expanded, 8 x 11 inch, Hardcover Edition of Robotech The Shadow Chronicles RPG.The role playing game will pick up where the DVD movie begins The return of the Robotech Expeditionary Force, the separation of Rick Hunter and the SDF 3 from the rest of the fleet, and everything else that is partPAL0550HC Robotech Shadow Chronicles RPG Hardcover by Palladium booksA deluxe, expanded, 8 x 11 inch, Hardcover Edition of Robotech The Shadow Chronicles RPG.The role playing game will pick up where the DVD movie begins The return of the Robotech Expeditionary Force, the separation of Rick Hunter and the SDF 3 from the rest of the fleet, and everything else that is part of the universe of Robotech The Shadow Chronicles.Written by Robotech RPG creator Kevin Siembieda Cover by veteran artist Apollo Okamura Packed with detailed illustrations throughout Comprehensive character, mecha, spacecraft, and vessel statistics and images Mecha pilots and other fleet personnel Occupational Character Classes O.C.C Additional background information and detail as space permits Fast playing RPG rules Mega Damage setting.

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    2 thoughts on “Robotech The Rpg: Shadow Chronicles Deluxe Edition

    1. Kevin Siembieda born April 2, 1956 is an American artist, writer, designer, and publisher of role playing games, as well as being the founder and president of Palladium Books.Palladium Books, founded in southeast Michigan, claims to be the first to implement a role playing system intended to work for all genres and to introduce the perfect bound trade paperback format to the RPG industry.Some of the role playing games Siembieda helped produce include Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Other Strangeness 1985 , Robotech RPG 1986 , After The Bomb 1986 , and Rifts 1990.Siembieda is also an artist, best known for occasionally illustrating Palladium Books products In 1978, he started the now defunct Megaton Publications in Detroit, publishing a digest style title called A Plus and several other titles He also contributed art and cartography to several early Judges Guild products for both their Traveller and Dungeons Dragons lines.

    2. I feel like it's a little hard to give an exact rating for this book, because it's really two things in one. On the one hand, it's a sort of technical guide to the mecha, characters, and setting of the Shadow Chronicles movie, and on the other hand it's a roleplaying game. As an RPG it's kinda a mess, even compared to Palladium's usual fare. The biggest issue is that it's rather poorly organized, with the usual "what is roleplaying" and "how do I actually make a character" stuff largely not comi [...]

    3. The wait for new Robotech RPG materiel from Palladium books is over! This introductory book gives some of the basics for the system and how they relate to the "Shadow Chronicles" movie but has a few chinks in the armor.The book's small (anime) format is something that I liked a lot. I am ableto carry it and nearly flip it with a single hand or browse quickly for what I need. My cover is staying together but Palladium books have had troubles with their covers in the past. I have many laminated co [...]

    4. I've something of a long history with Palladium's system, especially in regards to Robotech. I picked up this game out of nostalgia for the original game (of which I am only a handful of books away from a complete set), a nostalgia ruined by powergamers back in the day.The first thing that helped is the $17 price point, very good for an RPG these days. The next thing to help was that most of the complaints I had from the old days, the things my powergaming players latched onto to run roughshod o [...]

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