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Ninjas and Superspies (Palladium Megaverse)

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Forty-one (41) forms of martial arts combat as you have never seen them in any other role-playing game.

Oriental combat skills accurately portrayed, each with its own unique fighting style, methods of attack and defense presented on an epic scale, complete with legendary mystic powers. But that's not all! The superspy section includes spies of all kinds, cyber agents, gadge
Paperback, 176 pages
Published September 1st 1994 by Palladium Books (first published 1990)
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Mar 01, 2016 M rated it really liked it
Shelves: roleplaying
This is a surprisingly fun, if slightly incomplete, game. You get exactly what the title says - rules for playing martial artists and James Bond style superspies. Which means that there are rules for a wide variety of martial art forms, as well as various gadgets, including super vehicles and cybernetics in addition to the classic big list of guns and neat devices. The book does suffer from some organization issues, such as having the combat section that defines all the special terms used in the ...more
Mar 24, 2010 Bradley rated it really liked it
Martial arts are definitely fun. I have gotten lots of ninjas and swordsmen from this book. Great material!
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Erick Wujcik (January 26, 1951 – June 7, 2008) was an American designer of both role-playing games and computer role-playing games, and co-founder of Palladium Books.

Wujcik started off as head of the gaming society at Wayne State University, and then as a computer columnist for The Detroit News from 1979 to 1981, where he wrote their weekly Computer Column. That served to be a springboard for him
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