Palladium Books Presents: Palladium Fantasy Role-Playing Game

Palladium Books Presents Palladium Fantasy Role Playing Game None

  • Title: Palladium Books Presents: Palladium Fantasy Role-Playing Game
  • Author: Kevin Siembieda Palladium Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9780916211912
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Kevin Siembieda Palladium Fantasy"

    1. Kevin Siembieda Palladium Fantasy

      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.

    375 thoughts on “Palladium Books Presents: Palladium Fantasy Role-Playing Game”

    1. The latest version of my favorite fantasy game. No Tombs of Gersidi but still nice. =) The original version of this book inspired me to write my own stories now for many years. =)

    2. best pen papaer RPG ever like D&D but simpler3rd edition D&D copied palladium d20 for most stuffpalladium way ahead in different magic stuffthe monsters and animals pisser tooif you can get the red letters on black book first edition it was even better, thats the one I haveThey tried to merge RIFTS into this and jacked the whole system trying to unify itmind mage and witch awesome summoner and diabolist and circle dude whatever hell call that one.e tooOnly house rule I did was triple agi [...]

    3. This is my favorite fantasy setting rpg. The world building/history is complex and wonderful. This system focuses and rewards characters for roleplaying rather than having the focus on killing and looting. I found this system brought a much larger variety of characters into our games. I switched to this system after playing AD&D because the rules in this system were simplified and more streamlined in comparison. In rereading this book to get a campaign going again after a decade hiatus, I re [...]

    4. Palladium RPG systems are the best compatible with TSR (part of WoTC since the mid-90s,) but read their weapons, armour, castles (etc.) non-fiction first.

    5. 3rd edition D&D stole the simple d20 plus adds system from palladium rpg.D&D owes palladium lots of $$*****1st edition**** is awesome with tomb of gersidi and the whole pencil artwork collection.or 1st edition revised!!!2nd edition INFERIORMagic has a lot of vrey conan robert e howard stuff in it with summonsers circle magics witch pacts with evil beingsSome of it is goofy liek wolfen but hey if you ever plqayed AD&D from the 80s and used combat CHARTS you will see how this is far fa [...]

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